NEW YORK - U.S. stocks fell Tuesday as President Barack Obama announced new sanctions against Russia and warned its actions in Ukraine are "setting back decades of progress," snuffing out earlier gains led by telephone stocks.
Fast-food workers outside a McDonald's in Detroit in May, part of a wave of strikes and protests across the United States. Credit Paul Sancya/Associated Press.
Prices for preowned homes in the Dallas area rose at the slowest rate in 10 months in the latest nationwide survey. Dallas prices were up 8.6 percent in May from a year ago in the Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller Home Price Index.
Most of the U.S. stocks in the market were low at close Tuesday. A strategy by a telecommunications group spurred a rise in telecom stocks.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A broken water main near the UCLA campus spewed water some 30 feet in the air Tuesday, stranding cars and people in underground parking structures and covering parts of campus in ankle-deep water, including the athletic field ...