UK watchdog cracking down on ads with 'harmful' gender stereotypes

(NEW YORK) -- The United Kingdom advertising industry's self-regulatory group is cracking down on ads that feature stereotypical gender roles, after releasing a report this week that found such ads ma... Read More

Report: Canadians buying more homes in U.S.

(NEW YORK) -- More Canadians have been buying homes in the United States, according to a new report.

The National Association of Realtors reported that Canadians spent $19 billion -- more than double the previous year -- on homes in the U.... Read More

American Airlines dedicates Boeing 777 to 91-year-old mechanic for 75 years of service

(NEW YORK) -- After 75 years with American Airlines, Azreil “Al” Blackman says he isn't thinking about retirement.

"That's not my style," he told ABC News.

Based out of New York City his entire career, the 91-year-ol... Read More

Nasdaq continues win streak as Wall Street closes mixed

(NEW YORK) -- The Nasdaq Composite and S&P 500 led Wall Street with new records as the Dow lagged behind on Tuesday.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average slid 54.99 (-0.25 percent) to finish at 21,574.73.

The Nasdaq gained 29.87... Read More

House Republicans release their 2018 budget blueprint that targets social programs

(WASHINGTON) -- House Republicans are proposing a $4 trillion budget for 2018 that includes deep cuts to social programs such as Medicaid and food stamps, which they say have ballooned to unsustainable levels.

The bill also calls for a fun... Read More

Netflix tops 100 million subscribers, company announces

(NEW YORK) -- It's official, Netflix has crossed the 100-million-subscriber mark.

In a letter to the company's shareholders on Monday, Netflix announced that it finished June with 104 million subscribers.

The company reported th... Read More

On 'Made in America week,' White House defends imported Trump products

(WASHINGTON) -- As the White House kicks off its self-proclaimed "Made in America week," shining a spotlight on products manufactured domestically, President Donald Trump's spokesman was forced Monday to defend the fact that goods bearing the Trump n... Read More

Girl Scout troop for the homeless in New York will expand to reach 500 girls and women

(NEW YORK) -- The nation's first Girl Scouts troop dedicated to serving homeless girls and women is getting a huge boost.

Girl Scouts Troop 6000 in New York City will expand from about two dozen girls at one shelter to serve at least 500 i... Read More

Tech stocks lead a lagging Wall Street

(NEW YORK) -- Wall Street closed mixed on Monday ahead of several key earnings reports this week.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average slid 8.02 (-0.04 percent) to finish at 21,629.72.

The Nasdaq gained 1.97 (+0.03 percent) to close... Read More

What is net neutrality?

(NEW YORK) -- Net neutrality rules put in place under the Obama administration are at risk of being overturned.

Monday marked the last day the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is accepting general comments on net neutrality followin... Read More

Popular bridal dress chain abruptly closes stores, leaving some brides-to-be stranded

(NEW YORK) -- Brides-to-be across the U.S. are feeling jilted after a nationwide bridal dress chain suddenly closed its stores after nearly 80 years in business.

On some of its shuttered storefronts, Alfred Angelo Bridal advised brides-to-... Read More