A Texas investor group is planning for a doomsday scenario by building a $300 million luxury community replete with underground homes and air-lock blast doors designed for people worried about a dirty bomb or other disaster.
The company's lone drug is approved to treat symptoms of chronic kidney disease, which a giant new study put back in the news.
President-elect Donald Trump said that, after conferring with President Barack Obama, he would consider leaving in place certain parts of the Affordable Care Act, an indication of possible compromise after a campaign in which he pledged repeatedly to repeal the 2010 health law.
The bloodbath in Mexican assets following Donald Trump's unexpected rise to the U.S. presidency has some seeing a buying opportunity.
A whipsaw week for markets ended on a high note as the Dow notched a fresh record high and the best five-day period since 2011.
The OLED technologist jump on news another display maker may make a large investment in OLED production.
A commercial satellite capable of taking high-resolution images from space was launched Friday from a military base along the California coast.
Thirteen cases of mumps have now been confirmed at the State University of New York at New Paltz.
A New Hampshire lawmaker wanted by police for failing to show up for a court hearing was re-elected and arrested on the same day.
Currency woes and a slowing North American auto market were clear takeaways for investors in Japanese automakers.
With great revenue growth comes great multiple expansion.
Oil futures settled sharply lower on Friday to tally a weekly loss of about 1.5%.
Next year could be the year of the OLED iPhone.
The uncertainty surrounding who will be the next U.S. president is over.
A man who was too shy to approach a doctor about blood in his urine attempted to identify the cause of his illness at home by inserting a stainless-steel chopstick into his penis.
For women diagnosed with breast cancer, high vitamin D levels in the blood may be tied to better odds of surviving and having tumors with less deadly characteristics, suggests a new study.