The U.S. government's point man who guided policy on the bailout of General Motors said the government might be selling out too quickly.
A Washington panel said it would hold a hearing to investigate how General Motors Co. handled pension plans for employees at automotive parts company Delphi.
The Republican primary in Virginia is an anomaly on Super Tuesday because only Mitt Romney and Ron Paul are on the ballot.
An attorney representing General Motors Corp. bondholders told U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Robert Gerber the government was bluffing with a July 10 deadline.
A lawyer for General Motors Corp. told U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Robert Gerber a quick sale of the automaker is needed to preserve the "fragile" company.
The U.S. Justice Department objected to a $17.9 million consulting fee General Motors Corp. is expected to pay when it emerges from bankruptcy.
A U.S. federal abstinence program has had little effect on its young participants.
Abstinence-only sex education has no effect on the sexual behavior of U.S. teenagers, a new study found.
British explorer Sterling Energy said Tuesday it signed an agreement with Exxon Mobil for licenses on the Ambilobe and Ampasindava fields offshore Madagascar.
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