A US judge approved the $4.3 billion penalty for Binance on Friday.
The Biden administration is reportedly preparing to announce new sanctions on Iran in retaliation for its arms sales that have fortified Russia's defenses amid war with Ukraine.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new drug called Xolair that could be life-changing for those with severe food allergies.
The United States (US) is reportedly considering imposing sanctions on Chinese companies suspected of helping Russia in its war in Ukraine.
China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi urged the United States to lift sanctions on Chinese companies and individuals and emphasized that efforts to decouple from China would ultimately hurt the US.
If former President Donald Trump returns to office again, he will reportedly embark on a course to reverse many of the initiatives undertaken by the Biden administration in combating climate change.
The US Department of Justice plans to investigate the new streaming venture between Walt Disney Co., Fox Corp., and Warner Bros. Discovery Inc. amid concerns of potential harm to consumers, media competitors, and sports leagues.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has given the green light for former President Donald Trump's media and technology firm to merge with the blank-check acquisition company Digital World Acquisition Corp.
FedEx founder Fred Smith warned that the U.S. national debt is no longer sustainable.
The Biden administration wants to require investment advisers to detect and report suspected money laundering to the government.
Credit card balances in the US reached a new record high of $1.13 trillion, according to data released by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
The Iranian-backed Houthi rebels fired missiles at two commercial vessels in the Red Sea on Tuesday, the first attacks since the US and UK launched strikes against dozens of Houthi targets in Yemen over the weekend.
A team of five officials from the US Treasury Department is heading to China this week for economic talks.
Companies purchasing back more of their own shares are expected to boost US stocks this year.
Inmates are part of a covert workforce in the US that is associated with several famous food firms.
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