Much of the attention in the measles outbreak has focused on student vaccination requirements, but less attention has been paid to another group in the nation's classrooms: teachers and staff members, who in general are not required to be vaccinated.
AT&T is planning a new faster broadband service in parts of the Kansas City metro area that will put it in competition with Google Fiber.
The end of Target's Canadian operations is having a financial impact on businesses in Minnesota that supplied the retailer.
The lessons of Libya loom over the President's crafting the 'right-sized' war to fight ISIS.
A New York state senator has proposed a bill that would force "convicted" terrorists to register in a state database, similar to the existing registry for sex offenders.
Scientists have found an aggressive strain of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in Cuba that they say can progress to AIDS so rapidly that patients may not even know they are infected before symptoms appear, Medical News Today reported.
As the Islamic State seeks to export its brand of barbaric terror to would-be affiliates, the U.S. faces a growing challenge to find the sources of ISIS funding and blunt its flow to allied militants.
Eurozone finance ministers said little progress has been made toward finding common ground on a bridge funding deal for Greece and its creditors.
New York lawmakers complain that Gov. Andrew Cuomo is linking too many big policy discussions like the Dream Act and education reforms to the state budget.
U.S. power companies are watching closely as two state-of-the-art nuclear power plants are delayed in China.
A Maine science center is targeting colleges and universities to carry its label that promises seafood dishes are harvested locally and sustainably.
Lawyers for the world's largest pork producer say it is bad enough being told your product stinks, but it's going too far to mention that a Chinese company is behind it.