U.S. and Russian fighter jets carried out a "communications test" over Syria on Tuesday, according to a Pentagon spokesman.
FOXBusiness.com has learned that Tissot on Wednesday will announce partnership deals with five NBA teams: the Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat, New York Knicks, and San Antonio Spurs.
Archaeologists have found one of the biggest raptors ever, one that used to roam what is now Hell Creek in South Dakota.
Snow that began piling up 10,000 years ago in Antarctica is adding enough ice to offset the increased losses due to thinning glaciers, according to a NASA study.
Yeah, that air you're breathing at the office?
Smoking pot could soon be legal in Ohio, with or without a prescription.
Federal regulators are investigating a U.S. radio broadcasting company that is reportedly majority-owned by a unit of a Chinese government broadcaster.
Preliminary testing of two long-acting injectable drugs indicates it might be possible to keep HIV at bay indefinitely with injections every month or two.
Why Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen are endorsing a candy brand called Unreal.
The Securities and Exchange Commission settled charges on Tuesday with Fenway Partners LLC, principals Peter Lamm and William Gregory Smart, former principal Timothy Mayhew Jr., and chief financial officer Walter Wiacek for allegedly failing to disclose conflicts of interest to a fund client and investors when fund and portfolio company assets were used to pay former firm employees and an affiliated firm for services.
Tonia Cox had no idea that a sweetener in sugarless chewing gum could nearly kill Murphy Jo, her family’s dog.
Federal regulators are preparing to hit Takata Corp. with a $70 million fine in connection with lapses with rupture-prone air bags.
A federal agency that regulates the U.S. financial services industry issued a warning Tuesday to U.S. banks of the growing threat of cyberattacks involving extortion.
Native American "twins" who died 11,500 years ago in the area that's now Alaska actually had different mothers, a new genetic analysis suggests
Automakers continued to see robust sales gains in October and inched closer to making 2015 their best year ever.