Jefferson City issued 25 building permits during January 2015.
The government is readying rules largely favorable to companies that want to use small drones for commercial purposes, according to a federal analysis, potentially leading to the widespread flights by unmanned aircraft performing aerial photography, crop monitoring, inspections of cell towers and bridges and other work.
Anthem Inc. is offering several levels of free identity theft protection to current and former customers after hackers broke into a database storing information for about 80 million people.
Those days of calling your bank to let them know that, yes, you really are in Thailand, and yes, you really did use your credit card to buy $200 in sarongs, may be coming to an end.
A network outage disrupted some services late Thursday and through Friday at the U.S. Postal Service, including package handling at some local post offices, the agency said.
Regulators have closed a small lender in Georgia, making it the third U.S. bank failure of 2015 following 18 closures last year.
A key U.S. stock index is back at a record high as the energy sector recovers along with the price of oil.
Imagine being able to identify who is likely to develop a particular disease — and then stop the disorder before it starts.
The world's biggest online social network said Thursday that it will now let users pick someone who can manage their account after they die. Previously, the accounts were "memorialized" after death, or locked so that no one could log in.
A wave of deals in the online travel industry has increasingly put some familiar names under two corporate umbrellas: Expedia and Priceline.
U.S. stocks climbed back close to record levels on Thursday as technology, materials and energy companies all notched big gains.
Missouri senators have approved legislation to require the state to notify businesses of changes in sales tax policies.
The Missouri House approved a full 'right-to-work' measure Thursday that would bar unions statewide from collecting fees from non-members.
Pressured by Congress, the IRS said Wednesday it is changing its policies and apologizing for seizing banks accounts from otherwise law-abiding business owners simply because they structured bank transactions to avoid federal reporting requirements.
As Kayla White slowed her SUV behind two other cars to exit a suburban Detroit freeway on Veterans Day, it was rammed from behind by a Cadillac STS. Her red 2003 Jeep Liberty bounced off a Nissan in front of it, rolled onto its side and exploded in flames.
Debt talks between Greece and its creditors in the 19-country eurozone broke down Thursday without agreement or even a plan of action before next week's follow-up meeting.
The Republican-controlled Congress cleared a bill Wednesday to construct the Keystone XL oil pipeline, setting up a confrontation with President Barack Obama, who has threatened to veto the measure.
U.S. stocks closed effectively flat in quiet trading Wednesday as investors waited to see what the outcome would be of an emergency meeting between Greece and the rest of the eurozone to discuss the country's finances.
A dresser that fell on two toddler sisters, killing them, had been sold without a strap designed to keep it from tipping over, according to a lawsuit filed against the retailer that sold it and the company that manufactured it.
Hackers have stolen personal information from tens of millions of people with Anthem health insurance.