First Hawaiian Inc's shares rose as much as 6.5 percent in their debut on Thursday, valuing the lender at $3.41 billion in the biggest initial public offering by a U.S. bank in nearly two years.
Iran might have a video of America's $400 million cash payment to the regime after all -- even though Donald Trump backed off such claims early Friday amid intense criticism.
A Washington, D.C.-area mayor, who moonlights as a substitute public school teacher, was arrested Thursday in an undercover meth-for-sex sting operation.
Guys on Tinder may have more in common than an apparent love of shirtless selfies — a new study suggests that they may also have low self-esteem
Toys that are made out of tiny beads that expand when they get wet can be a hazard for children, in some cases getting stuck in kids' ears and causing permanent hearing loss, according to a new report
Eye injuries caused by chemical burns send tens of thousands of people in the U.S.
Disappointed physicists from the Large Hadron Collider report that what initially could have been an intriguing new particle has turned out just to a statistical burp.
While acupuncture is often associated with relieving stress or muscle pain, researchers now believe it may also help improve symptoms of dementia.
Modern technology has recreated one of the Wonders of the Ancient World in the form of a 3D-printed statue of Zeus, the god that the original Olympic Games honored.
A strange light that hovered over the St. Louis Gateway Arch this week is sparking plenty of debate on the internet.
A 17-month-old girl was brought to a Spartanburg, SC, hospital Sunday suffering from seizures; she died Wednesday—and authorities say the baby's mother killed her by feeding her a teaspoon of salt.
Add another problem to the catastrophe gripping Venezuela: women opting to sterilize themselves rather than bring a new life into the chaos.
The pace of Syrian refugees entering the U.S. has surged in recent weeks, government figures show, putting the Obama administration on track to meet its target of admitting 10,000 Syrian refugees before the end of September -– and reviving Republican concerns about the security implications.