A new study finds that more than 50 million "quite healthy" Americans have been mislabeled as obese or overweight thanks to an over-reliance on BMI as a measurement of health, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The price of gold jumped 2 percent to a 7-1/2-month high on Monday, briefly nudging above the psychological level of $1,200 an ounce, as sliding stock markets and worries over global economic growth prompted investors to seek safety.
First it was the kids of Flint found to have been tainted by lead, attributed by many to the area's toxic water.
Investors flocked to U.S. government bonds Monday as global markets fell into another risk-off funk, with European and U.S. stocks in a sharp selloff and oil prices falling once again.
After a weekend of relentless attacks against Marco Rubio during and after Saturday night’s Republican debate — led by Chris Christie and picked up on by Jeb Bush — the big question going into Tuesday's New Hampshire primary is whether it was enough to bring the surging freshman Florida senator back to the pack in the race for second place.
Chesapeake Energy Corp. said Monday that it "has no plans to pursue bankruptcy" after reports intensified such fears, cutting its stock in half in early trading.
U.S. stocks opened sharply lower on Monday, led by losses in technology and consumer discretionary sectors.