Young children are much more likely to get cavities if they live in a household with smokers, a Japanese study suggests.
President Obama has authorized sending dozens of Special Operations Forces to Syria to help advise local ground troops and coalition efforts in the fight against the Islamic State, officials told Fox News.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, as he works to head off a possible revolt by presidential candidates frustrated with the debate process, announced Friday that the RNC is "suspending the partnership" with NBC News for an upcoming February debate.
Alphabet Inc. signaled more restraint on spending, in its first quarterly regulatory filing as the restructured Google.
Plenty of Middle East-flavored drama unfolded at the United Nations Thursday as Syria called for a vote to try to obstruct Israel’s acceptance to the U.N. Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS). COPUOS promotes and oversees exploration of space for peaceful purposes. After bitter debate, Israel secured enough votes, along with El Salvador, Oman, Qatar, Sri Lanka, and UAE, to join the committee.
Herbalife threw a jab at Bill Ackman as the hedge fund manager and Valeant Pharmaceuticals investor mounted a defense of the drug company.
Hundreds of U.S. hospitals will pay a total of more than $250 million stemming from allegations that they implanted cardiac devices in Medicare patients in violation of coverage requirements, the U.S. Justice Department said on Friday.
Health care workers are at higher than average risk of infection with the hepatitis C virus, a research review suggests.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton is using a Southern campaign swing to outline criminal justice proposals she says would treat black Americans more fairly.
The Chinese yuan recorded its largest one-day gain against the dollar in 10 years on Friday on rumors the government will soon take another step toward opening its capital account.
Retiring John Boehner, who handed the House speaker’s gavel to Paul Ryan on Thursday and is ending a nearly 25-year career in Congress, told Fox News he has one big regret: Being unable to secure a “grand bargain” deal to cut spending.