President Barack Obama on Tuesday sought to downplay dueling court rulings over the validity of a key provision of the Affordable Care Act, but Republicans on Capitol Hill seized on the latest news as another reason the federal health care law should be scrapped.
The Tribune Co. confirmed Tuesday that it will spin off its newspaper division, Tribune Publishing, on Aug. 4, setting the stage for a possible acquisition. The spinoff will separate the Tribune newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times and The Chicago Tribune, into their own publicly traded company, trading under the symbol TPUB on the New York...
President Obama 's healthcare law has reduced the number of uninsured adults by 8 million to 11 million in its first year, according to three new studies, and the vast majority report satisfaction with their new health plans.
The big broadcast TV networks are moving to get paid for commercials that viewers see even if it is a week after they originally air, a development with major implications for the roughly $70 billion TV advertising marketplace.
In a move that has sharply divided technology giants over how to keep the Internet open, the FCC voted Thursday to advance rules that would let broadband providers charge companies for preferential handling of Web traffic.
By Diane Bartz WASHINGTON, April 24 (Reuters) - In an unusual move, three top officials with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission on Thursday voiced their opposition to laws that ban automakers such as Tesla Motors Inc from selling their cars directly to consumers.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx pushed lawmakers to begin working on renewing the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) funding, which is expiring next year, even as he continues to express unhappiness with a temp
On first glance, today's jobs report looks like a little bit of a letdown. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the U.S. added 209,000 jobs in July, compared with 298,000 in June. The unemployment rate ticked higher, just barely. Not seemingly a ton to write home about. But, as...
In a substantial blow to the Obama administration's implementation of its signature health-care law, a federal appeals court struck down the subsidies available to consumers in states where health coverage is purchased on insurance exchanges established by the federal government.
In restructuring its television operations, 21st Century Fox is hoping to create one big happy family that will put more hits on the Fox network while continuing to make shows for rival networks as well.
When you read your Kindle before bed it probably seems like a benign activity. An e-reader doesn't exactly have a dignified air. But be careful, because you could unintentionally take the ambassador's oath on that thing. OK, maybe it couldn't happen by accident, but it can apparently happen these days....
SEATTLE (Reuters) - Business aircraft are taking to the skies again as many economies around the world improve, but a surplus of jets delivered just before the recession means the equivalent of 2,750 jets