The Latest on a widespread cyberattack in Europe (all times local): 5:45 p.m. Ukraine's prime minister says that a cyberattack affecting his country is "unprecedented," but "vital systems haven't been affected."
A House panel is considering legislation that would split off management of the nation's skies from the Federal Aviation Administration and give that responsibility to an independent, nonprofit company.
The Food and Drug Administration is taking steps to boost the number of generic prescription drugs in an effort to make medicines more affordable and to prevent price gouging.
Workers at a Chinese factory used by Ivanka Trump and other fashion brands tell The Associated Press of overtime that stretches past midnight, steep production quotas and crude verbal abuse.
With the speed and force of a Jedi Starfighter, Los Angeles officials have cleared the way for "Star Wars" creator George Lucas to build a $1.5 billion Museum of Narrative Art just down the road from his alma mater.
Sin City will launch its latest legal vice by week's end.
Computers around the world were locked up and users' files held for ransom in a cyberattack Tuesday that paralyzed some hospitals, government offices and major multinational corporations.
The competition for a multibillion-dollar contract to manage the troubled Los Alamos National Laboratory is beginning after a week in which the northern New Mexico facility was hit with criticism for its record of safety lapses.
Records show the Trump administration's top environmental official met privately with the chief executive of Dow Chemical shortly before reversing his agency's push to ban a widely-used pesticide after health studies showed it can harm children's brains.
The European Union's competition watchdog has slapped a record 2.42 billion euro ($2.72 billion) fine on internet giant Google for breaching antitrust rules with its online shopping service.
___ 'Like bombs': Bankrupt company's air bags still out there Takata Corp. has filed for bankruptcy, brought down by a scandal involving defective air bags blamed for at least 16 deaths.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday: Darden Restaurants Inc., up $2.61 to $92.69
U.S. stock indexes edged lower in early trading Tuesday, led by declines in phone and utilities companies.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says banking reforms now in place have made the financial system safer, and the world should be able to avoid the type of devastating crisis that struck the global economy in 2008.
A plan to build a new ballpark for the Pawtucket Red Sox could bring legislators back to the State House for a special fall session.
Lawyers for Universal Music Group have renewed their request that a Minnesota judge cancel the company's music rights deal with Prince's estate, saying UMG will otherwise have to sue in litigation that could keep fans from hearing new music from Prince's vault for years.
Customers of the telephone and broadband services provider FairPoint Communications in northern New England won't notice much difference after it merges with an Illinois-based telecommunications provider, officials with the company merging with FairPoint said.
Hackers have caused widespread disruption across Europe, hitting Ukraine especially hard.
Matt Salo, National Association of Medicaid Directors, weighs in on possibility of Americans losing Medicaid coverage under new health care bill.
FBN's Charlie Gasparino on Uber's unusual pitch to entice potential candidates for CEO.