West Texas Intermediate oil dropped the most in more than three months, widening the discount to Brent, on projections that a government report tomorrow will show that U.S. crude stockpiles climbed last week.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren accuses former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson of lying to the American people and recounts Larry Summers urging her to be an insider in her new book, “A Fighting Chance.”
The New York Knicks began what one National Basketball Association analyst called the “second step” in trying to re-sign leading scorer Carmelo Anthony by firing coach Mike Woodson after two full seasons.
Pastor Bob McCartney of First Baptist Church tries to love his neighbor as himself. He’s just not thrilled that Wichita Falls will soon have him drinking water that once swirled down his neighbor’s toilet.
A Pennsylvania judge should decide the merits of the state’s ban on same-sex marriage from written arguments in a lawsuit brought on behalf of 11 gay couples, making a scheduled June trial unnecessary, lawyers for the American Civil Liberties Union said.
To those who were expecting rising bond yields by now, you’re in good company. The fits and starts in economic growth has primary dealers grasping at straws for the moment, as Lisa Abramowicz and Daniel Kruger report today.