When people take the psychedelic drug LSD, they may feel as if the boundary that separates them from the rest of the world has dissolved, as if they are connected with everything.
Altria no longer markets its cigarettes as "lights," and the FDA has regulated when and how such terms can be used.
A jury on Wednesday convicted a Dallas-area doctor of fraud for allegedly "selling his signature" to process almost $375 million in false Medicare and Medicaid claims in what investigators called the biggest home health care fraud case in the history of both programs.
It's fair to say that wearables has yet to become the major category many expected they would develop into.
Detroit Public Schools officials say elevated lead or copper levels have been found in 19 schools amid ongoing testing.
Popeyes' "Louisiana Fast" slogan and value proposition has played a part in the company's strong growth.
Artificial intelligence (AI), sometimes described as "machine learning," is quickly becoming a key component of several tech leaders' growth ambitions.
Delta Air Lines on Thursday reported a first-quarter profit above analysts' expectations and forecast a smaller decline in passenger unit revenue for the spring, promising to change its fall flight capacity if necessary to improve the measure.
Wells Fargo reported a 7 percent fall in quarterly profit as it set aside more than $1 billion to cover bad loans, saying its energy portfolio remained under "significant stress."
Intel recently updated its Basis Peak fitness tracker with new music control and workout features.
BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager, said on Thursday its profit fell about 20 percent during a first quarter that featured a dramatic reversal for markets.