Wall Street's short winning streak came to a brutal end Friday as a disappointing jobs report sent stocks skidding and the Nasdaq composite to its lowest level in more than 15 months.
The nation's unemployment rate dropped to 4.9 percent in January, hitting its lowest point in eight years, since February 2008.
The willingness of U.S. stock investors to abide price-earnings ratios stretching into three and four digits came under pressure Friday as the Nasdaq Composite Index fell to its lowest since October 2014.
It's obvious that a $10-a-barrel tax on oil would translate into higher prices for gasoline at the pump. But how much higher? The White House on Thursday said President Barack Obama will propose a $10-a-barrel tax on each barrel of oil to pay for clean ...
Groundwater at the Indian Point nuclear plant has tested for "alarming" levels of radioactive contamination, spurring Governor Cuomo to call for a new investigation.