Hillary Clinton is gearing up for her official campaign launch Saturday on New York's Roosevelt Island -- but the venue itself, on an isolated strip of land between Manhattan and Queens, has raised some serious logistics questions.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and others question HUD's new proposal.
Gold futures settled lower on Thursday, with strength in the dollar following May U.S. retail sales data prompting prices to log their first decline in four sessions.
A 1,500-year-old church has been discovered at a Byzantine period rest stop on the road connecting Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, archaeologists announced June 10.
An update to Apple's Health app that is set for release this fall will let users track their sex lives, but experts say this tracking feature alone has little value for people's health
While past studies have highlighted the health benefits of eating nuts, new research has found that consuming the crunchy snack—as well as peanuts— may help the reduce risk of death from numerous illnesses including cancer, heart disease and diabetes.
The recent cyber theft of millions of personnel records from the federal government was sophisticated and potentially crippling, but hackers with just rudimentary skills could easily do even more damage by targeting voting machines, according to security experts.
A Texas high school graduate with an enlarged heart that threatened her life is on the mend after receiving a heart pump in May.
Sip on all the cappuccinos you want, hop from one fitness class to the next, catch a new flick at the movie theater daily or rock out at a concert every night — as long as you pay a monthly fee.
Over White House objections, a House panel approved a bill Thursday that withholds hundreds of millions of dollars from the State Department until it produces more documents to lawmakers investigating the deadly 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya.
Taken as a whole, the recent data suggests the economy is bouncing back nicely from a weak first quarter during which economic output contracted.
In a small U.S. study, nearly half of all pregnant women surveyed did not think electronic cigarettes contain nicotine or know that the devices can be addictive.
A Department of Homeland Security whistleblower testified Thursday that the "retaliation" against her for probing a controversial visa program was so extensive she was told she couldn't "carry or own a personal weapon" -- a step she described as a constitutional rights violation, and just one of several ways she was punished for speaking out.