After seven months in Ebola-stricken Liberia, Vijay Kumar was getting his temperature scanned Thursday at the airport by medical crews in blue gowns and masks — one of dozens who relied on Royal Air Maroc's continuing flights to West Africa.
The sheriff’s deputy who went into the apartment where an Ebola victim was living tested negative for the virus, the Texas Department of State Health Services confirmed Thursday afternoon.
Grain futures were mostly higher Thursday on the Chicago Board of Trade.
Electric carmaker Tesla Motors is expected to unveil its first all-wheel-drive system Thursday night.
The Federal Reserve could scrap its forward guidance once monetary policy is more normal, said John Williams, the president of the San Francisco Fed, on Thursday.
The field of medicine has made great strides over the last century, but it seems for every deadly virus we learn to control and prevent, there's another waiting in the wings
It has been said that the sport utility vehicles of today can trace their roots to the Jeep military vehicle that was first made for use during World War II.
Until earlier this week, I had 20/20 vision, but thanks to a rare side effect from a necessary medical procedure, that’s no longer true.
In less than three weeks, a big change is nearly certain for investors.
Oshkosh Corp. said Thursday that it plans to lay off about 370 workers from its unit that makes military vehicles.
As selling on Wall Street intensified, the implied volatility on the S&P 500 as measured by the CBOE Vix index jumped 25% to 18.8, the level last seen in February.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has testified in federal court that insurance giant American Group Inc. had to be rescued by the government in 2008 to avert global catastrophe.
While government investigators interviewed hundreds of personnel to get to the bottom of the Secret Service prostitution scandal in Colombia in 2012, congressional Republicans suggest the White House barely lifted a finger to investigate similar allegations involving one of their own.
The ex-wife of Gaston Glock, founder of the firearms company, accuses him and his associates in a lawsuit of conspiring to cheat her out of millions of dollars.
HealthCare.gov has fixed a conspicuous translation error on its Spanish-language website that had puzzled native speakers.