The U.S. economy grew faster than originally estimated during the third quarter, according to government data released Thursday, but analysts say that pace is unlikely to be sustained through the end of the year.
MEXICO CITY - Mexico's public-health scare turned into a logistical hurdle Thursday as authorities sought to safely put a stolen load of radioactive material back into its container.
As Bitcoin grabs headlines and soars to stratospheric prices, two major financial powers, China's central bank and Bank of America, reached opposite conclusions about whether the popular cybercurrency has a legitimate place in world commerce.
California residents who have signed up for health insurance on the state's exchange to make sure they are covered on Jan.1 could still find themselves uninsured in the new year by no fault of their own.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks fell on Thursday, with the Dow and S&P 500 dropping for a fifth straight session after a round of mixed economic data left traders guessing as to when the Federal Reserve would begin to slow its stimulus program.