A collaboration launched four years ago between the state, the health care industry and colleges to educate more nurses appears to be paying off, according to state Higher Education Department figures.
Analysts at Credit Suisse on Monday cut Tesla Motors Inc.'s 2014 earnings per share outlook by a dime on warranty charges.
Independence Party candidate Hannah Nicollet calls her exclusion from a governor's race debate "a violation of trust with the state of Minnesota."
A North Carolina judge says Charlotte will maintain control of one of the nation's busiest airports instead of a commission pushed by state Republican lawmakers.
The U.S. stock market staged a modest recovery Monday afternoon, bouncing off session lows.
The Federal Reserve should err on the side of caution in its coming decision about when to raise interest rates for fear of upending the recovery in a weak world economy, Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans said on Monday.
Concerned about potential security risks, the U.S. government is taking a close look at the sale of New York's iconic Waldorf Astoria hotel to a Chinese insurance company.
Small-town discount retailer ALCO Stores filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Sunday, but says it plans to stay in business while it reorganizes.
Health workers reported for duty at Liberia's hospitals on Monday, largely defying calls for a strike that could have further hampered the country's ability to respond to the worst Ebola outbreak in history.
Pledges of $2.7 billion for reconstructing the Gaza Strip may seem impressive, but huge challenges lie ahead as the Palestinian government had asked for more and its prime minister questioned Monday whether all of the money would actually arrive.
GoPro Inc. shares slid almost 7% in midday trade Monday, after a French journalist said Michael Schumacher's brain injury in a skiing accident last year was caused by the mounting of a camera on his helmet.
Frigid lakes bombarded by UV radiation and boiling, acidic springs are some of the otherworldly Earth environments where scientists plan to hunt for clues to life on Mars
U.S. stocks are edging lower in midday trading as the market comes off its worst week in more than two years.
Just as their economies had begun to recover from the man-made horror of coups and civil war, the West African nations of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone have been knocked back down by a terrifying force of nature: the Ebola virus.