A stronger economy makes it more likely that graduates will be able to find jobs and meet their loan payments, but there are reasons to be cautious.
Japan is considering filing a complaint with the W.T.O. against the United States for tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, a sign it could be readying for a trade war.
America’s premier luxury car brand has parted ways with its president and finds itself reckoning with an uncomfortable truth: Most people don’t want cars anymore.
The F.D.A. has approved the first drug designed to prevent migraines, a persistent cause of misery worldwide.
Squeezing the two oil producers could increase demand for Russian crude and offer China and Russia a chance to deepen their ties to the Iranians.
The Silicon Valley digital payments company reached a deal for iZettle, which is Europe’s answer to the mobile payments company Square.
The New Jersey attorney general says federal education officials have stopped cooperating with the state on fraudulent activities at for-profits.
Federal health officials say the tainted lettuce is no longer on the shelves or on restaurant menus, because the harvesting season in the Yuma, Ariz., region ended more than a month ago.
Following reports in The Times that investigators and officials had solicited funding for the trial from the alcohol industry, the N.I.H. has launched two internal investigations.
The appointment of Ms. Scott by the Murdoch family also marked the elevation of an executive closely tied with the Roger Ailes regime that became mired in a sexual harassment scandal.