The Obama administration says some people trying to sign up for health insurance ahead of a looming deadline are getting snagged by technical difficulties.
A government analysis of the economic and safety impact of small commercial drones appears to clear the way for proposed federal rules that would favor companies wanting to use the unmanned aircraft.
Within a few decades, a significant chunk of the US could be in for the worst drought in more than a millennium.
The son of Chilean President Michelle Bachelet has resigned as head of her charitable foundation following criticism that he and his wife profited from privileged access to a bank loan.
The simmering debate about ObamaCare reemerged in Washington this week amid questions about the plaintiffs in the upcoming Supreme Court case on the health law and Republicans sounding more urgent about preparing for the ruling.
The owner of a South Dakota-based dietary supplement business has been charged with allegedly rebranding and selling Mexico-manufactured pills that were the subject of a U.S. recall.
Enrollment drives are being held across the country to help people beat Sunday's deadline to sign up for health insurance through the federal marketplace.
Apple is reportedly working on an electric vehicle that would resemble a minivan.
President Barack Obama is sending his labor secretary to California to meet with both sides in a contract dispute that has affected the flow of goods from Asia into West Coast ports.
New England is waist-deep in the white stuff and neck-deep in the red.
Don't expect to see them soon, but they could be coming to your local grocery store — two types of apples genetically modified to resist turning brown after they're bruised or sliced.
The National Park Service asked a major concessionaire on Friday to abandon efforts to trademark names of the Grand Canyon's most popular properties.
General Motors is recalling more than 81,000 vehicles because of problems that can cause power steering to fail.