LOS ANGELES -- Ready or not, Hollywood may be thrust into another writers' strike in less than a week.
A decade after the previous walkout that lasted 100 days, film and TV executives are once again bracing for a strike ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Chicago's Trump Tower has an unusually large number of condominiums for sale and for rent, and real estate agents predict that a glut of available units in the building may pressure owners to drop their prices. ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Trump administration is slapping hefty duties on billions of dollars of lumber imported from Canada, marking an escalation of trade tensions ahead of the president's promised effort to overhaul the North ...Read more
All Wells Fargo & Co. board members were re-elected Tuesday at the company's annual meeting, though with markedly lower support than in previous years.
At least one member scraped by with 53 percent of the vote. Other ...Read more
OTTAWA, Ontario -- Justin Trudeau has always played nice with Donald Trump. The refugee-hugging liberal bit his tongue, flooded Washington with envoys, feted Ivanka Trump on Broadway and relentlessly talked up Canada-U.S. ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- When Hollywood writers went on strike in 1973, they agitated for something new -- a health plan that would offer comprehensive coverage for its guild members.
Since then, the writers' insurance plan has ...Read more
NEW YORK -- The Trump administration's proposal to cut the tax rate on partnerships and limited liability companies could set off a stampede of individual taxpayers trying to reclassify themselves as so-called pass-through...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Pistachios now pose the latest flashpoint between Iran and the United States.
As the two countries struggle to redefine their relationship over weighty matters such as nuclear policy, California pistachio ...Read more
You Shall Know Our Names (The Judah Halevi Journals) (Volume 1)Ezekiel Nieto Benzion
When Ezekiel Benzion's grandfather handed him the dusty journals written by Doctor Judah Halevi Nieto, he begged, "Before I die, tell me why our family protected these for two hundred years. Who were these men? And why were they revered?" The search for answers led to ...
CHICAGO -- The U.S. economy's growth has been "terrible" and President Donald Trump's proposed tax reforms are not likely to give the nation the boost that investors are expecting, the head of the world's largest money ...Read more
SpaceX is set to launch a payload Sunday morning for the National Reconnaissance Office in one of the company's earliest tests as a national security launch provider.
The spy satellite, known as NROL-76, will launch on a ...Read more
DETROIT -- General Motors CEO Mary Barra said Friday the automaker's first-quarter results show the company's strategy of focusing on profitable areas and pulling back on others is making a difference.
The automaker's ...Read more
SAN RAMON, Calif. -- Chevron on Friday reported first-quarter earnings that exceeded Wall Street's expectations as the oil and gas industry giant turned around from a loss a year ago and said business improved due to ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Thomas Demetrio, the Chicago personal injury lawyer who negotiated an undisclosed settlement with United Airlines in its passenger-dragging incident, is no stranger to holding airlines accountable.
Well-known ...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- Qualcomm slashed it financial forecast for the current quarter early Friday, blaming Apple for further withholding patent royalties payments in a fierce legal fight over intellectual property licensing.
The ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The economy stumbled at the start of 2017, expanding at its slowest pace in two years in a demonstration of the difficulty President Donald Trump will have in boosting growth to a much stronger sustained ...Read more
Q: I own a 1995 Mazda MPV with an automatic transmission and 225,000 miles on it. The transmission will not consistently shift to drive. Some times -- if I'm lucky -- I can shift to drive. But then I can't shift to park or...Read more
Automakers and oil companies are quietly developing a new generation of fuels and engines that together will generate more power from less gasoline, reducing emissions and boosting fuel economy.
But industry executives ...Read more
The Federal Reserve has made no secret of its desire to tighten credit. OK, no one at the Fed would claim it wants to make borrowing more expensive. Instead, central bankers talk about removing accommodation. Over the past...Read more
MILWAUKEE -- Just days before they might have had to close, most of the Wisconsin dairy farms caught up in a trade dispute with Canada have found buyers for their milk, enabling them to stay in business.
At risk had been ...Read more
SEATTLE -- Microsoft reported a jump in quarterly earnings on Thursday, reflecting continued progress in the company's shift toward web-based business software.
Revenue during the three months that ended March 31 was up 8...Read more
- Trump tax plan seen turning 'everyone and their dog' into an LLC
- Apple blocks more patent payments to Qualcomm, escalating feud
- Demetrio, lawyer for dragged United passenger, is highflying aviation attorney
- Economic growth stumbles to worst rate in 2 years, underscoring Trump's challenge
- California and Iran pistachio producers pitch shells at one another in tariff fight