Federal regulators have released their plan for how General Electric will dismantle the facility that treats contaminated sediment from the Hudson River.
Canada has posted a budget surplus after six straight years of deficits.
When murder charges were dropped last month against Irish nanny Aisling Brady McCarthy—who cared for a 1-year-old baby in Cambridge, Mass., who died of what looked like shaken baby syndrome in 2013—it was only the second time since 2006 that the state medical examiner changed the manner of death on an autopsy.
Thirty-three lions who lived under awful conditions in South American traveling circuses have only one more trip to make, and it will easily be the best one of their lives.
Crews working round-the-clock have begun deepening the waterway cargo ships use to reach the busy Port of Savannah, which spent 16 years waiting for studies and funding before dredging could start.
If you're a fan of noshing on pistachios, news out of California might be more than a little depressing.
Health authorities quarantined hundreds of people in northern Sierra Leone on Monday after a 16-year-old girl died of Ebola in an apparent case of sexual transmission, the first confirmed death from the virus in the district for nearly six months.
A wirelessly powered implant the size of a grain of rice can electrically stimulate the brains of mice as the rodents do what they please. The new gadget could help scientists better understand and treat mental health disorders such as depression, according to a new study.
A new undercover video shows extreme abuse at a Tyson Foods plant in Texas.
The University at Buffalo has received a $30 million donation from the family of the Boston Bruins owner and will name its medical school after them.
The Mediterranean diet may be able to add "reduces risk of breast cancer" to its long list of health benefits, according to a new study from Spain.
There are many conditions that, although extremely rare, can cause blindness in a child if not caught on time. One such condition is pediatric glaucoma, which occurs when the pressure in the eye is elevated, causing damage to the optic nerve.
The talent management company WME/IMG says it has acquired The Miss Universe Organization from Donald Trump.
The NFL's Dallas Cowboys are the world's most valuable sports franchise, according to a Forbes poll released on Monday that said new broadcasting deals helped boost the league's average team value by 38 percent from last year.
Federal officials are trying once more to sell properties formerly owned by a pair of tax militants that include a 100-acre parcel that might be booby-trapped.
New York financial regulators have reached agreements with Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and Bank of New York Mellon that require them to retain electronic records with a new cloud-based communications service for seven years.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has banned imports from another India-based drug manufacturing plant over quality control concerns, making it the 10th site in the country this year to face such action.