|Administrative assistant jobs helped propel many women into the middle class. Now theyâ€™re disappearing.|
As office support jobs go away, many women without college degrees find it hard to get another job paying more than $15 an hour.
|United CEO Oscar Munoz, who guided airline through turbulent times, will step down in May|
Munoz, 60, was thrust into the top job in 2015, after then-chief executive Jeff Smisek was forced to resign in the midst of a federal corruption probe.
|TikTok leader schedules Washington trip to meet with lawmakers as investigations loom|
The wildly popular appâ€™s chief is expected to visit Capitol Hill, sources say, as TikTok tries to convince lawmakers the Chinese-owned company is not a risk to Americans' privacy, national security or freedom of speech.
|Congressman accuses Fort Meade housing contractor of retaliating against military families|
Rep. Anthony Brown says Corvias retaliated against military families trying to leave substandard military housing.
|â€˜Parasiteâ€™ has already disrupted the film industry. Will it disrupt the Oscars too?|
How a Korean-language movie is bucking the odds.
|Walmart and Buy Buy Baby join Amazon and eBay in ending sales of inclined sleepers linked to infant deaths|
The announcement comes after millions of inclined sleepers were recalled for safety concerns and dozens of infant deaths were linked to the products.
|The one surprising thing the Trump administration got right on health care|
Letting patients in on the true cost of MRIs, hip replacements and other procedures has been shown to bring down costs â€” which is why hospitals and insurance companies have sworn to fight it.
|Gilead delayed safer HIV drug to extend monopoly profits, advocates allege|
The drug companyâ€™s request for a three-year patent extension faces challenge.
|Thereâ€™s big business in health supplements â€” for your pets|
RestoraPet CEO Brian Larsen expects his Maryland-based company to gross more than $2 million this year.
|Mortgage rates settle after an up-and-down week|
The 30-year fixed-rate average held steady at 3.68 percent.