America Inc. warns of turbulence ahead

After an avalanche of earnings results in recent weeks, one thing is clear: Corporate America is worried about 2015. The red flags: many companies warned that oil prices and the strong U.S. dollar could hurt sales this year.

Workers at nation's largest oil refinery join growing strike

Workers at the nation's largest oil refinery have joined a strike that now includes more than 6,500 workers.

'Duck Dynasty' star hits the runway at New York Fashion Week

"Duck Dynasty" member Sadie Robertson left small-town Louisiana this week for New York Fashion Week -- and, she can't wait to do it again.

Artist's statue spoof shows Oscar snorting cocaine

The Oscar statuette, seen by many as the film industry's highest honor, has been given a new and biting spin by a Los Angeles street artist.

Daytona International Speedway undergoing $400 million project

The Daytona International Speedway is in the middle of a $400 million renovation project. Like all other major sports venues, they're trying to enhance the experience for the fans.

U.S. defense chief: Mosul assault should be launched at right time to succeed

New U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter said Saturday that success is more important than timing in any attempt to retake Iraq's second city, Mosul, from ISIS militants.

Half-ton haul: Teen hooks massive blue marlin off Hawaii coast

A New York City teenager made the biggest catch of his life when he reeled in a 1,058-pound blue marlin off the coast of Hawaii.

'Please come home to us,' family tells girl believed going to Syria

The family of a girl who UK police say may be headed to Syria with two friends have a message for her: We're not mad at you, and please come home.

Chief: Minneapolis police officer shot in patrol car clearly was 'intended target'

A Minneapolis police officer sitting in his patrol car was shot Saturday morning, with that Minnesota city's police chief saying "there is little doubt that an officer was the intended target."

Kurt Cobain's credit card is up for sale

Even the grungiest rock stars have owned credit cards. Now, fans of Nirvana have the chance to have the gold-colored Visa that belonged to deceased front man Kurt Cobain.