President Obama drew a sharp rebuke from senior Republicans on Capitol Hill for pushing broad regulation of Internet broadband service, with lawmakers warning that such a move would imperil the “thriving Internet economy and the American jobs it creates.”
Investors and analysts appear confident that consumer demand isn’t a problem for Tesla Motors, which has promised to drastically increase production in the coming years.
The message is clear that OPEC is going to pump oil until hell freezes over. Of course with the weather forecast being what it is, that might be sooner rather than later.
When 15-year-old Jon Dase told his mom he was having trouble seeing his math homework about a year ago, she thought he was making up excuses.
A Utah man's leukemia is in remission after facing an unusual enemy: HIV.
Chiropractors have come under fire for increasing young people's risk of stroke before, but the recent death of a 30-year-old in Oklahoma has left physicians angry, chiropractors in a defensive crouch, and a family in mourning.
America's best-selling drug is ... Viagra? Prozac?
U.S. stocks opened near unchanged as investors weighed corporate results and kept an eye on a a rising dollar.
The U.S. Medicare program is proposing to add lung cancer screening tests for beneficiaries with a history of heavy smoking, the federal government announced on Monday.
The gold trade's current pricing appears overly correlated to the sensory surrounding us while the far distant chaos isn’t being properly discerned.
U.S. stock indexes are little changed in early trading as the market comes off a string of record closes.
Landing a probe on a comet whizzing through deep space isn't easy, but this week, the European Space Agency (ESA) will attempt to do just that.