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Global stocks fell, echoing a steep decline on Wall Street after the yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury yield hit 3% and industrial giants struck a cautious note on the months ahead.
Stocks fell Tuesday on a series of mixed earnings reports, while the benchmark U.S. government bond yield topped 3% for the first time in more than four years.
A cherished American gymnast suffered a heavy toll from years of sexual abuse by U.S. team doctor Larry Nassar. Powerful institutions failed to protect her. “It was almost like watching somebody get crushed.”
Arizona teachers voted late Thursday to go on strike next week, making the state the fourth this year to host teacher protests in support of increased pay.
The State Department issued 393,573 student visas in the year ended Sept. 30, 2017, down 17% from the previous year as a result of a stricter approval process, increased competition from schools overseas and less support for foreign study by some governments.
The banking industry’s main lobbying group is pressing for the federal government to instate caps on how much individual graduate students and parents of undergraduates can borrow from the government to cover tuition.
New FDA regulations raise the standard for rapid flu tests, with the aim of creating more accurate results and limiting misdiagnoses.
A sense of entitlement is a big problem among young people today, but it’s possible to teach gratitude—not least by expressing it more often yourself.
Eight days into the Winter Olympics the U.S. is fifth in the medal count with nine medals over all—tied, along with Austria and Japan, with the Olympic Athletes from Russia, a team stripped of its flag and devoid of many of its stars due to doping sanctions.
Whole Foods, which earned its cachet by offering new brands and niche products, now is asking suppliers for higher shelving fees and deeper discounts as it looks to enhance profitability.
Toyota Motor said it was on course for a record profit this fiscal year, but its executives weren’t celebrating because the gains came mostly from currency movements and one-time U.S. tax changes.
From the discord between NFL owners to the national anthem protests, Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie has been a quiet force looking forward.
A new WSJ/NBC News poll depicts a developing nightmare for the National Football League: Its core audience is losing interest rapidly.
The Dow was on track for its worst week in more than two years, as a selloff in government bonds and disappointing earnings reports sent stocks lower.
A weak dollar continued to drag down stocks in Europe and Asia on Thursday a few hours ahead of the European Central Bank’s first meeting of the year.
World stocks showed signs of steadying after a sudden rise in government bond yields triggered the first market setback of 2018.
Social media giants hire legions of contractors to hunt for pornography, racism and violence in a torrent of posts and videos. This is one of the fastest-growing jobs in the technology world—and perhaps the most grueling.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross failed to disclose business connections to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s family and inner circle on a financial-disclosure form this year, according to documents.
General Motors and Fiat Chrysler reported sales declines in the U.S. for October, while Ford’s U.S. sales increased 6.4%.