The health commissioner of the European Union has called for an emergency summit over millions of potentially pesticide-tainted eggs in at least 15 member nations -- which have spawned criminal investigations and led to the arrests of two people.
A U.S. decision to take emergency measures to offset energy market strains from Tropical Depression Harvey in part helped boost crude oil prices early Thursday.
Two senior executives at Equifax are exiting the company following the announcement earlier this month that the personal information of 143 million U.S. consumers may have been compromised by a data breach on the company's servers.
Mayor Jackie Biskupski has selected Bill Wyatt as her choice for the Executive Director of the Salt Lake City Department of Airports.
California legalized marijuana, but the taxes could be so high that illegal purchases will be more attractive to buyers, according to a report released Monday.
A Spanish court ruled a British insurer should pay a $1 billion fine for its role in the 2002 Prestige oil spill.
After years of getting paid less that straight men, gay men in the United States now earn more, according to a recent study.
Unemployment rates in 13 states hit their lowest points in 40 years this year, data released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed.
Canada filed a far-reaching complaint with the World Trade Organization, accusing the United States of wrongdoing in its use of anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties.
The U.S. International Trade Commission on Friday foiled Boeing's attempts to get trade relief against Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier.