Playing team sports, especially soccer, at the elite level may lead to a higher risk for osteoarthritis, but the existing research is of such low quality it's hard to say for sure, according to a recent review.
The federal government is accusing an air bag parts maker of stonewalling an investigation into a fatal car crash, and is threatening a large fine over the lack of cooperation.
The e-tailer introduces a new on-demand streaming service.
The decision to let Hillary Clinton off the hook for mishandling classified information has roiled the FBI and Department of Justice, with one person closely involved in the year-long probe telling FoxNews.com that career agents and attorneys on the case unanimously believed the Democratic presidential nominee should have been charged.
Travel website TripAdvisor will no longer sell bookings to attractions where travelers can come in contact with captive wild animals or endangered species.
Oklahoma Natural Gas must pay more than $1 million in fines after a gas explosion destroyed one home and damaged about 50 others in Oklahoma City.
Bass Pro Shops' CEO has told Cabela's employees that he won't plant false hopes about their jobs after his company completes its purchase of Cabela's but repeated earlier statements that some operations will stay in the Nebraska town where Cabela's was founded.
The Latest on the protest over construction of the Dakota Access pipeline (all times local): 11:35 a.m.
Immunomedics' shares bolted higher in September. Can this small-cap biopharma push even higher?
The tick hunter was hopeful he had found the cause of the disabling illness, recently named Lyme disease, that was spreading anxiety through leafy communities east of New York City.
The suggestion that Republicans are abandoning Trump's bid en masse overstates the defections. But the split is significant.
United Continental CEO Oscar Munoz has made some splashy hires in the last few months. Will new leadership get United's unit revenue back on track?
The cybersecurity specialist's preliminary third-quarter results left a lot to be desired.
Deutsche Bank will pay a $9.5 million penalty to settle civil charges that it failed to properly safeguard material non-public information generated by its research analysts and publishing an improper research report, U.S. regulators said Wednesday.