Reading the Federal Reserve's new Beige Book, one thing jumps out of the 65 pages of mostly beige prose: The word "strong" is showing up a lot, and in places where it counts most.
A truck carrying dangerous radioactive material used in medical treatments was stolen in central Mexico, the United Nations nuclear watchdog agency said Wednesday.
The average debt for four-year college graduates in the US is creeping up to the $30,000 mark, and in some states has already surpassed it.
WASHINGTON�American exports rose in October for the first time since early summer, a sign that stabilizing overseas economies could support U.S.
Businesses added 215,000 jobs in November, payroll processor ADP said Wednesday, fueling hopes that the government's closely watched employment report this week will continue a recent string of solid gains.