The U.S. Treasury Department has banned the importation of Russian gold as part of sanctions agreed upon by President Biden and other leaders at the G7.
A growing number of companies announced they will cover travel expenses for employees who seek out-of-state abortions now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned.
The Food and Drug Administration dealt a crippling blow to Juul vaping products on Thursday amid growing concern about the health risks from e-cigarette usage.
More than 4.8 million cans of Kosher baby formula will be shipped from the United Kingdom in an effort to ease pain felt by parents and caregivers around the U.S.
Energy Sec. Granholm advised that projections indicate the gas price will drop to $4.27 a gallon in the third quarter, but global events could raise it again.
The National Labor Relations Board wants Starbucks to rehire seven Buffalo-area workers who it says were "unlawfully fired for exercising their right to form a union."
The U.S. Census Bureau says it needs at least $10 million in funding to craft, test, and implement new questions about citizen's orientation and sexual identity.
The meeting comes as the airline industry has been contending with a wave of flight cancellations and delays amid labor shortages, supply chain issues and other pandemic-related challenges.
Inflation has hit a 41-year-high after climbing to 8.6% in June compared to 8.3% in the previous month as compared to the same time period in the previous year.
The new bill expands the scope of exceptions and simplifies language that was used in its Senate counterpart, which Sen. Mitt Romney introduced last month.
A couple from Long Island, New York, collected thousands to help donate baby formula to parents. Sheharyar Ali and wife Hina Ghani had trouble finding formula after the birth of their child.
A government watchdog found that more than 1,800 government scientists collected 27,244 royalty payments in recent years, even after at least two of them died.
The pharmacy benefit managers will have 90 days to respond to the FTC's request for records and other information about their business practices.
Investors would still be allowed to sell or transfer securities as long as they do so to a non-U.S counterparty, according to the Treasury, and they can also continue to hold debt.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise executive Glenn Leon has been tapped to lead the Justice Department's criminal fraud section at the department's Washington, D.C., headquarters.
The U.S. has provided Ukraine with at least 5,500 Javelin missiles, with plans to provide an additional 1,000 missiles in the newest assistance package approved this week.
Chevron CEO Mike Wirth says he doubts a new oil refinery will ever be built in the U.S. again, given the federal government's policies.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is calling on consumers to "immediately stop using" 285,000 Mobility Transfer Systems adult portable bed rails that have been linked to three deaths.
Lifeguards for the City of Los Angeles are raking in big bucks, with the highest-paid earning more than $500,000 in pay and benefits last year.
Disgraced Theranos health care tech founder Elizabeth Holmes is asking a judge to overturn a jury's "guilty" verdict convicting her on four counts..