The U.S. budget deficit narrowed further in May as revenue continued to rise faster than expenses have over the past year.
H&R Block Inc.'s stock slumped 3.9% in active afternoon trade Wednesday, making it the biggest decliner among S&P 500 components, after the tax preparer was downgraded by Credit Suisse on concerns over valuation and uncertainty over potential catalysts.
One in every 14 Americans uses a proton pump inhibitor (PPI)— the most common type of heartburn drug— in any given year, but new research that links them to an increased risk of heart attack has prompted scientists to re-evaluate their safety.
The federal government ran a budget deficit of $82 billion in May, the Treasury Department reported Wednesday.
The Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday called for regulating U.S. aircraft emissions, expanding the government's effort to crack down on industries officials say are contributing to global warming.
Some researchers are warning not all states in the U.S. will be ready for the threat of solar storms. Will your state survive a mega-blast from the sun?
Federal health advisers on Tuesday recommended approval for a highly anticipated cholesterol drug from Sanofi and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, but with the caveat that more data is needed about its long-term ability to reduce heart attacks.
What’s the purpose of the New York Times article attacking Senator Marco Rubio on the front page of today’s paper? It seems to be about how a decent, family loving, first-generation American has struggled with financial challenges. As I read the story, I thought I was reading about my own life.
A Secret Service agent has been placed on administrative leave amid an investigation into allegedly lewd texts sent to a woman following an event with first lady Michelle Obama, FoxNews.com confirms.