The strange appearance of Uranus' moon Miranda may finally have an explanation.
A trio of big-hearted doctors is helping three-year-old Victoria Wilcher, the Mississippi girl who was mauled by her grandfather’s pitbulls and then thrust into the national spotlight when her family was accused of perpetrating a hoax at a local KFC.
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Alaska Airlines said Monday that it has ordered 10 planes from Boeing for $990 million.
Casinos and racetracks in New Jersey will have to wait a bit longer for a judge's ruling on the state's efforts to allow legal sports gambling.
I like to think of myself as relatively quick-witted, but I started having serious doubts about my cleverness as I stood handcuffed to my new Russian friend, trying get out of a prison cell.
The Supreme Court has declined to decide if same-sex marriage bans are constitutional.
Analysts at Raymond James on Monday downgraded car technology company Mobileye N.V. to "market perform" on valuation.
The Supreme Court on Monday turned away appeals from five states looking to prohibit gay marriage, effectively legalizing same-sex marriage in those states and likely others -- but also leaving the issue unresolved nationally.
SABMiller PLC said on Monday that it had approached Heineken NV last month as part of its normal expansion strategy, not as a defensive measure against a takeover bid from rival Anheuser-Busch InBev NV.
The NBA has extended its television deals with ESPN and TNT for nine years.
David Fincher's adaptation of the best-selling novel "Gone Girl" was the big box-office winner this weekend, taking in an estimated $38 million in the U.S., according to Benchmark Research.
Shares of medical equipment maker Becton, Dickinson and Co. and rival CareFusion both bounced above their 52-week highs Monday before markets opened and a day after the companies announced their $12.2 billion combination.
Hilton Worldwide is selling the Waldorf Astoria New York to Chinese insurance company Anbang Insurance Group Co. for $1.95 billion.
President Obama announced Monday, after meeting with top health and security officials about the Ebola outbreak in Africa, that the U.S. government is preparing additional measures to screen passengers in the U.S. and overseas as part of the expanding effort to contain the virus.
Former U.S. Homeland Security secretary Tom Ridge has launched a cyber crime insurance product in collaboration with syndicates operating at the Lloyd's of London insurance market, Ridge's new insurance firm said on Monday.