Foreign policy crises mean no solace for weakened President's turn to Asia.
President Obama had a "brief encounter" with Russian President Vladimir Putin while in Beijing Monday evening, according to a senior Obama administration official, though they did not have enough time to cover any issues.
President Obama threw down the gauntlet Monday with cable companies and Internet providers by declaring they shouldn’t be allowed to cut deals with online services like YouTube to move their content faster.
The dollar fell for a second straight session on Monday in quiet trading as investors took more profits on earlier steep gains and as appetite for risk increased, with oil prices and many equities markets rising around the world.
Why shale producers should take OPEC’s advice.
The mummified brain of a well-preserved woolly mammoth found in the Siberian permafrost is the only mostly intact mammoth brain known to science, which has been described in a new study
A two-and-a-half-year-old Pennsylvania girl did something unremarkable while at a Walmart—and it almost killed her.
Kaiser Permanente hospitals aren't ready for Ebola, say its nurses, and tomorrow 18,000 of them are set to begin a two-day strike over that and other issues.
Shares of some top consumer companies are mixed at 10 a.m.: Clorox rose $.05 or percent, to $100.84.
Shares of some top telecom companies are down at 10 a.m.: AT&T Inc. fell $.11 or .3 percent, to $34.80.
Shares of some top department store retail companies are mixed at 10 a.m.: Kohl's Corp. rose $.05 or .1 percent, to $57.27.
Two boldface names — Rothko and Mellon — are getting prominent attention at an auction of post-war and contemporary art on Monday.
Shares of some top construction companies are up at 10 a.m.: Fluor rose $.50 or .8 percent, to $66.79.
US researchers have come across a virus that may make us dumber—and it's turning up in the throats of otherwise-healthy people, the Independent reports.
A 77-year-old woman in the UK died of cancer last week, but not before a memorable last wish was granted.
U.S. President Barack Obama asked the Federal Communications Commission on Monday to set the 'strongest possible rules' to protect net neutrality as agency writes new Internet traffic regulations.