A Northern California community already is faced with losing its water supply after the drought-stricken state took the drastic step of suspending water-access rights established as far back as 1903.
A senior Senate Democrat is probing retailers and online companies about sales of dubious dietary supplements, especially those promising seniors protection from memory loss, dementia and other age-related problems.
Interstate fishing managers are withdrawing planned changes to the Atlantic herring fishery.
Pair of polls bring bad news for Hillary Clinton.
Experts weigh in on the FDA’s decision to ditch “partially hydrogenated oils” and how this will really affect consumers.
Borrowing a pizza delivery motto, online retail giant Amazon told Congress Wednesday it is developing the technology to use drones to deliver packages in 30 minutes or less, a broad expansion of unmanned flight that is raising concerns about safety, security and privacy.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter acknowledged Wednesday that the U.S. will fall far short of its goal of training 24,000 Iraqi recruits by this fall, telling Congress the effort has been slowed by a "lack of trainees."
The government is paving the way for up to about 1 million people covered by underfunded multiemployer pension plans to face benefit cuts over the next few years.
The head of Atlantic City's main casino workers' union says billionaire investor Carl Icahn is "a malignancy that needs to be cut out" from the city's casino industry.
Labels on sunscreen bottles— with their various numbers and “UV-A,”“UV-B” and “water-resistant”— are confusing and consumers don’t know what to make of the terminology, found a new study from Northwestern Medicine.
Emerson College in Boston will soon offer a degree in making people laugh.