In the wake of the CNBC debacle, journalism itself is under attack.
After being warned by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) in 2013 to “immediately discontinue” their services, 23andMe is back in business.
Reading food labels to make healthy, informed selections can often feel like navigating a landmine.
Amazon.com is delivering a long-awaited benefit for new fathers: paternity leave. Amazon joins a host of companies that have recently expanded family-leave policies.
The Canadian company behind the proposed Keystone XL pipeline asked the U.S. government to suspend review of the $8 billion project.
Royal Dutch Shell PLC said on Tuesday it expected synergies from its planned $70 billion takeover of BG Group PLC to be 40% higher than previously announced.
Video game maker Activision Blizzard said it will buy "Candy Crush Saga" creator King Digital Entertainment for $5.9 billion to strengthen its mobile games portfolio.
Newly released emails conflict with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's 11-hour testimony before the Benghazi Select Committee, according to a review of the transcripts and public records.
President Obama mocked Republican presidential candidates for demanding a series of changes to the format of their televised debates, saying they would not be able to deal with Russia or China if "they can't handle a bunch of CNBC moderators."
The U.S. death rate has been falling for decades, but researchers have detected one group in which the rates have been steadily ticking up — middle-aged white people. Suicides and deaths from drug overdose and alcohol abuse are being blamed.