Crude oil continues to come under pressure as one city is offering consumers gas prices not seen since 2010.
Starbucks Corp, aiming to give cooling U.S. traffic a jolt, on Thursday announced it will add beer, wine, and evening snacks to thousands of domestic cafes, widen lunch offerings and roll out mobile ordering.
GlaxoSmithKline said on Thursday it had decided not to sell a portfolio of older drugs marketed in North America and Europe after considering offers from potential buyers.
The amount of time people spend sleeping is linked with two regions of their DNA, a new study suggests
Oil fell in choppy trading on Thursday as the debate for a sustainable price level continued after Saudi Arabia announced deep discounts for the crude it sells to Asian and U.S. buyers in an apparent attempt to defend its market share.
North Dakota's Insurance Department has levied $60,000 in fines against the state's largest health insurer for what Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm calls "egregious" violations of state law.
Many HealthCare.gov customers will face higher costs next year, the Obama administration acknowledged Thursday in a report that shows average premiums rising modestly.
Pregnant women with a potentially deadly complication could be helped by a procedure that involves tiny balloons, new research suggests
Sen. John McCain is blocking the confirmation of President Barack Obama's nominee to be America's second-highest ranked diplomat.
The U.S. birth rate reached an all-time low in 2013, as the number of babies born in the country declined for the sixth straight year since the peak in 2007, a new report finds.
A 3-year-old Georgia girl in need of a life-saving heart transplant has been waiting nearly nine months for the fateful call to come.
Average U.S. long-term mortgage rates fell this week for the fourth straight week.
In July 1994, Sophie Serrano's newborn was put in a hospital incubator as part of the infant's treatment for jaundice.
U.S. stocks are lower in midday trading after Europe's central bank indicated that it won't act to stimulate the region's economy.
Instead of counting calories next time you want to lose weight, try keeping an eye on the clock.
Two women in Sweden gave birth to two healthy baby boys in November after receiving womb transplants from their own mothers, news.com.au reported.