A Norwegian working for Doctors Without Borders in Sierra Leone was infected with Ebola virus and will be brought home for the treatment, the organization said on Monday.
The arrest of a Connecticut man for refusing to show his gun permit -- dismissed by a prosecutor as a “nothing case” -- now has two state agencies battling in court, with the individual's right to carry hanging in the balance.
Insiders at JPMorgan say the bank is preparing for a spear phishing campaign in which bank customers are targeted by a phony but official-looking email or get a phone call from a fake JPMorgan account executive.
The vice president has apologized twice now for suggesting last week that key U.S. allies inflamed the situation in Syria by sending arms and money to extremists opposed to Bashar Assad.
Republican Sen. Pat Roberts is bringing Texas Sen. Ted Cruz to campaign for him in Kansas, where polls show him trailing the independent candidate in a contest that could decide which party wins control of the U.S. Senate.
The University of Southern Maine will cut 50 faculty positions and two academic programs as it tries to close a $16 million budget gap, the school announced Monday.
Facebook has closed its acquisition of mobile messaging service WhatsApp in a deal that is now worth $21.8 billion, up from the original $19 billion deal struck, thanks in part to the social network giant's rising stock price since February.
General Electric Co (NYSE:GE) on Monday named its top deal-making executive as head of its healthcare business, saying that the unit's prior chief is leaving the company.
A team of international researchers investigated the possible link between breast implants and a form of lymphoma that may develop in tumors at a later stage.
GT Advanced Technologies Inc, Apple Inc's partner in a sapphire glass plant in Arizona, said it had filed for voluntary bankruptcy protection.
The multinational commodity trading and mining company is reportedly laying groundwork for a possible merger with Rio Tinto sometime next year.
Gov. Rick Snyder on Monday lauded the expansion of dental coverage for Medicaid-eligible children in Macomb and Kalamazoo counties, saying it's another step toward the goal of expanding access to dental care to all children across the state.
The Illinois Department of Public Health has received hundreds of public comments about regulations it is considering for the processing and sale of unpasteurized milk.