European Council President Donald Tusk warned on Wednesday that negotiations over Greece's bailout conditions will "be difficult".
The No. 1 U.S. office supplier agreed to buy nearest rival Office Depot in a $6.3 billion cash-and-stock deal to compete against booming e-retailers.
New allegations have emerged from the man described as the 20th 9/11 hijacker, alleging members of the Saudi royal family supported al Qaeda.
Passengers aboard a United Airlines flight from Chicago to Denver got sick from a cabin pressure issue that forced a quick landing, according to an airline spokeswoman.
In the aftermath of the brutal execution video showing a Jordanian pilot who was set on fire by ISIS, President Barack Obama's nominee for Defense Secretary will have to answer for the White House strategy for combating the terrorist group at his confirmation hearing Wednesday morning.
It's a bird ... It's a plane ... Nah, that's just an Alibaba drone.
From the feeling of clothes against the skin, to the sounds of cocktail party chatter, the human brain is constantly blocking out information that could be distracting.
The day after a CNN investigation found airport employees access planes and tarmacs without undergoing daily security screenings, officials admit another problem.
"About four hours before we took her off life-support," son Ryan Roberts says, his mom awoke from a 12-day coma.
An ISIS video showing the horrific killing of a Jordanian air force pilot has stoked anger in the Arab kingdom and left analysts wondering what impact it will have on the U.S.-led coalition fighting the militant group.
More than 100 people in 14 states were reported to have measles last month, and President Obama was right to urge parents to have their children vaccinated.
A Southern California day care has shut down because an infant there -- who's too young to get vaccinated -- contracted measles, another case in the re-emergence of the disease on the West Coast.
The UK Parliament is due to vote Tuesday on a draft law that could make the United Kingdom the first country in the world to allow a pioneering in vitro fertilization technique using DNA from three people.
Vending machines selling medical marijuana opened for business in Seattle on Tuesday, in what the company providing them billed as a first-in-the-state innovation that it expects to expand to other cities and states where pot is legal as medicine.
Regulators are likely to scrutinize TransAsia Airways and its fleet of ATR72 turboprop aircraft after its second fatal accident in seven months.
Celiac disease may be at the root of some women’s problems with infertility, Indian researchers say.
China is acting to prevent a slowdown in the world's second largest economy from getting out of hand.