A new anti-drug campaign targeting teens has taken a unique approach in trying to get through to them – with the use of emojis.
The union for San Francisco sheriff's deputies reportedly is taking on Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi over the release of an illegal immigrant now charged with the murder of a young woman -- filing a complaint that slams a department policy barring communication with federal agents.
Ferrari is recalling 814 sports cars in the U.S. to fix problems with driver's air bags made by Japanese parts supplier Takata Corp.
Cyprus' largest bank has sold off more than three quarters of its Russian operations to limit its exposure to risk and to concentrate on its core, domestic business.
Fragmented markets and the liquidity provided by high-frequency trading in those markets ensure that stocks trade smoothly despite occasional computer glitches like the one at the NYSE last week.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says Illinois-based Aspen Foods is recalling nearly 2 million pounds of raw, frozen chicken products over concerns they might be contaminated with salmonella.
‘Consumer Reports’ issued a statement on Friday, sharing their decision to no longer recommend laundry pods due to the health hazard to children.
It's time to call Guinness World Records: Researchers on an Antarctic expedition have uncovered sperm cells dating to a whopping 50 million years ago, making these the oldest known animal sperm cells, a new study finds
Federal authorities have suspended the license of a Miami-area blood bank for violations that include improperly notifying donors who may have been HIV-positive.
Ohio's unemployment rate held steady at 5.2 percent in June, unchanged from the previous two months.
In a new study published in the American Journal of Public Health, researchers found that obese people are highly unlikely to recover to a normal weight, the International Business Times reported.
Romania's president has refused to pass into law a series of tax cuts backed by the center-left governing coalition saying they could lead to "domestic and external risks," including unsustainable economic growth.
Honeywell International Inc. shares soared 4.5% in premarket trade, after the industrial conglomerate reported better-than-expected second-quarter earnings and raised its full-year outlook.
Consumer prices rose for the fifth-straight month in June as the cost of gasoline and a range of other goods increased, further signs of firming inflation that could strengthen the case for an interest rate hike later this year.
The Boeing Company said Friday it will book an after-tax charge of $536 million, or 77 cents a share, in the second quarter, due to higher-than-expected costs related to its KC-46 tanker aircraft.
Housing starts rebounded in June as building permits surged to a near eight-year high after a week month in May, pointing to a rapidly strengthening housing market, that could help give confidence to the Fed to raise rates.
Secretary of State John Kerry says there was "not one meeting that took place" during the recent Iranian nuclear talks at which the U.S. didn't raise the issue of four Americans still held captive by Tehran.
Walk into any preschool classroom and you’ll see that some 4-year-olds are always getting into fights—while others seldom do, no matter the provocation. Even siblings can differ dramatically—remember Cain and Abel. Is it nature or nurture that causes these deep differences in aggression?
A number of people around the United States have become sick with Salmonella after bringing backyard chickens indoors, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention