A leading drug candidate for low sexual desire in women hasn't gotten approved for use in the United States, but the company backing it isn't giving up.
If you doubt there's a dental health crisis in America, walk into any emergency room. Every day, thousands of people without access to a dentist are looking for dental care in our ERs, most of which cannot provide the care these patients need.
Tiny rocket-shaped metal particles might one day take a wild ride inside your body, killing cancer, delivering drugs or performing surgery.
Pity the guy who had to peel Joel out of his tight costume and nearly got slapped in the face with Joel Jr.
Police say a 17-year-old is facing charges after tricking three Oklahoma Walmart stores out of nearly $30,000.
It took 50 years for five brothers and sisters who were separately adopted at birth to find each other.
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal talks about what to expect with the ice storm forecast throughout the state.
Former NBC news anchor Tom Brokaw is being treated for cancer, but doctors are very encouraged with the progress he is making, NBC said Tuesday.
"Voices came in my head." I know he's telling me the truth, but it's hard to imagine terrifying demons in a child this small.
He was "Public Enemy Number One', with a penchant for violence. Now Al Capone's Miami Beach hideaway is for sale again for $8.5 million.
It won't share the flavor, but it will share the name.
Can you predict the results of three tests aimed at finding out whether babies can recognize good and evil?
The look on moguls skier Hannah Kearney's face said it all: A bronze medal felt like a loss to the defending Olympic champion. After posting the top score in the qualifying round, it seemed her quest to become the first freestyle skier to win two gold medals was secure. But a mistake on the top of the course in the final round left her with a 21.49, a bronze medal score.
Militants in northwestern Pakistan have killed nine members of the family of a pro-government militia leader, police said Wednesday.
Forecasters are calling it a storm of "historic proportions," with ice that will bring down power lines and leave much of the region dark. Plus, the roads will turn into virtual skating rinks.
Inspectors are looking into the cause of a coal slurry spill in West Virginia's eastern Kanawha County after it blackened six miles of a creek, officials with the state Department of Environmental Protection said Tuesday.