British nurse Pauline Cafferkey, who contracted Ebola in 2014 while caring for patients in Sierra Leone, has tested negative for the virus after she was readmitted to hospital in Scotland, Glasgow's health service said on Thursday.
The Republican presidential candidate wants to more than double the standard deduction, but it's not as big of a tax break as it seems.
Michigan health officials say there have been 19 Detroit-area deaths since July that could be related to carfentanil (kahr-FEHN'-tuh-nihl), a deadly painkiller used to tranquilize elephants.
Hundreds of flights have been cancelled, Florida airports are being shuttered and train services suspended as Hurricane Matthew heads towards the U.S. southeastern coast, with passengers and goods likely to be stranded or delayed through Saturday.
Emelie Eriksson has a bond with her son that hardly seems possible: She and her son were born from the same womb.
Interstellar dust that blocks astronomers' view of space is no match for the European Southern Observatory's "dustbuster" telescope, which just revealed this dazzling view of several stars that have hidden in the cosmic dust until now.
"Power laces — all right!" In "Back to the Future Part II," teenage time traveler Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) was understandably impressed by a pair of sneakers that conformed to his feet and laced themselves automatically.
It’s not too late for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to take free advice from a nationally recognized debate expert ahead of Sunday’s town hall-style rumble in St. Louis.
Albania's Tirana International Airport Mother Teresa says it has been taken over by Hong Kong-based investment firm China Everbright Ltd., or CEL.
Dutch insurer and financial services company Delta Lloyd NV has rejected a proposed 2.4 billion euro ($2.67 billion) takeover bid by local rival NN Group NV, saying it "substantially undervalues" the company.
The resignation of female CEOs in the past week at American Apparel and Lands' End inspired a look at InHerSight's retail ratings -- which revealed some interesting findings about the opportunities for women in the retail space.
Before appearing in global narcotics supply chains , fentanyl and substances like it were viewed as potential chemical weapons.
German factory production increased strongly in August, helping alleviate fears of a slowing economy in the third quarter.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos won the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday in a surprise after Colombians voted "No" to an agreement he signed with Marxist rebels to end 52 years of war.
You might think you're pretty knowledgeable about throwing up.
This just in: Donald Trump won’t go after Bill Clinton’s sex scandals at the next debate.
This summer, carfentanil — one of the most potent opioids on the planet — hit the streets of North America.
Two Motley Fool analysts discuss the wider economic significance of for-profit colleges and universities.
U.S. employment growth likely picked up in September, putting pressure on the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates and signaling that steam could be building in the economy ahead of America's presidential election.