Voters likely will hear a familiar refrain Tuesday night as the election returns stream in: "Too close to call."
The U.S. stock market opened slightly lower on Tuesday as EU's downgrade of domestic growth as well as plunging oil prices weighed on sentiment.
Burger King Worldwide Inc posted its strongest growth in quarterly same-restaurant sales in North America in two years, at a time larger rival McDonald's Corp is struggling in the highly competitive market.
Shares of Sprint fell 13% in premarket trade after the mobile carrier reported its second straight quarterly loss and sales that missed expectations.
A new application matches patients' travel and family history with medical symptoms.
Amgen Inc.'s stock dropped 1.6% in premarket trade Tuesday, after a late-stage study of the biotechnology company's treatment for ovarian cancer failed to meet its secondary endpoint.
Pittsburgh police say an Internal Revenue Service worker tried to bribe officers when they arrested him for being drunk and throwing steel crowd dividers, one of which knocked a woman unconscious, during a Steelers game.
Delta Air Lines said Tuesday that a key financial figure rose last month due to strong revenue from flights within the U.S. and across the Atlantic.
After acknowledging that it bungled the response to the biggest Ebola outbreak in history, the World Health Organization is electing a new regional director for its Africa office this week. Critics say it's about time.
A group of aid agencies says that thousands of people in Sierra Leone are being forced to violate Ebola quarantines to find food because deliveries are not reaching them.
More than 20,000 deaths might be prevented every year in the United States alone if naloxone, used to counter drug overdoses, was more widely available, the World Health Organization said on Tuesday.