A rash of UFO sightings in Texas is likely caused by certain cloud formations, unless you believe that UFOs disguise themselves as clouds.
A French company said Monday it will open a facility on the Alabama coast to support the new Airbus factory in Mobile, a move that area officials said could lead to additional growth in the area.
The state's highest court sided with the Senate in a constitutional dispute with the House over taxes.
A panel that advises Congress on Medicare policy says the government should make it easier for seniors to get covered for rehab after a short hospital stay.
A Georgia mother of two and former Marine is currently fighting for her life against a flesh-eating bacteria as doctors warn she may lose multiple limbs.
The dinosaurs are definitively back on top after "Jurassic World" had a Tyrannosaurus rex-sized opening that proved even bigger than expected.
Some 15 cities along a 200-mile stretch of the Pacific Northwest were coated in a mysterious, chalky substance on Feb. 6 after "milky rain" fell from the sky.
Police say a loaded gun was found in a New York man's carry-on bag as he prepared to board a flight at Newark Liberty International Airport.
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced on Monday that Helmut Anscheringer, a Swiss trader, will pay more than $2.8 million to settle insider trading charges.
Moviegoers watched bigger dinosaurs on bigger screens, sat in bigger seats, and forked over bigger bucks.
A disgruntled former aide who last year accused then-congressional candidate Carl DeMaio of sexual harassment has confessed to lying about a threatening email -- as part of a scheme to sabotage the Republican candidate's campaign.
Cigna Corp.'s stock shot up to a record high in midday trade Monday, after the Wall Street Journal reported that Anthem Inc. make a
The simmering dispute over media access to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign erupted again Monday when a reporter for DailyMail.com was told by the campaign he couldn’t attend her events in New Hampshire.
Constellation Brands said Monday that Bob Ryder stepped down from the chief financial officer position last week and plans to leave the alcoholic beverage maker next month.
Getting enough good quality sleep is essential for maintaining health and quality of life, and not getting enough is dangerous to individual health and public safety, according to a new policy statement by the American Thoracic Society (ATS).