Swedish wireless equipment maker Ericsson says broadband demand in North America has stabilized but remains low, with second-quarter net profit falling 20 percent to 2.1 billion kronor ($246 million).
German lawmakers will debate and vote on whether to approve the plan for a third bailout for Greece in the Bundestag Friday.
The latest Fox News national poll finds another reshuffling in the race for the 2016 Republican nomination, as Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker gets a post-announcement bump and businessman Donald Trump claims more of the spotlight.
The man authorities say killed four U.S. Marines when he attacked two military sites in Chattanooga, Tenn. was a practicing Muslim who grew up in a middle-class home, wrestled in high school, and kept a sparsely updated blog containing musings about his religion.
The fractured neck bone suffered by former President George H.W. Bush when he fell at his summer home will be allowed to heal on its own, a recovery that could take three to four months, officials said.
There's more green at Fenway Park than the infield or the monster wall.
Officials say crews are trying to determine if an oil train spilled any crude when it derailed in rural northeastern Montana, prompting the evacuation of some homes.
The Obama administration proposed new regulations Thursday meant to protect America's streams from coal-mining debris, but Republicans charged that the measures were yet another attack on coal country that would cost jobs.
A man who has spent almost 25 years searching for the elusive Loch Ness monster has concluded that the creature is, in fact, a very large catfish.
Most American voters don’t trust Iran -- and worry the Obama administration was willing to give too much to get a deal on Iran’s nuclear program.
If the original “Jurassic Park” film was made today, its velociraptors may have had feathers. A study from the the University of Edinburgh reveals that fossils of a new dinosaur dubbed Zhenyuanlong suni — a close cousin of the iconic raptor — were recently discovered in China. Unlike its movie star relative, this dinosaur had feathers and wings.
California water regulators ordered a group of farmers Thursday to stop pumping water from the a branch of the San Joaquin River amid the battle over how much power the state has to protect waterways that are going dry during the drought.