Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is endorsing Democratic Congressman Chris Van Hollen for the seat being vacated by Maryland's longtime Democratic incumbent Sen. Barbara Mikulski.
U.S. stocks sold off on Friday and recorded a second straight week of losses.
Stocks fell sharply on Friday as a strong jobs report led investors to speculate that the Federal Reserve could raise interest rates as soon as June as the economy continues to strengthen.
After giving birth, women often struggle with reduced sexual desire and arousal, but how they delivered – by cesarean or vaginally – is not to blame, a small study suggests.
Doctors at a San Francisco hospital began a final round of kidney transplant surgeries on Friday in a rare organ-transplant chain from living donors that will result in healthy kidneys going to six sick people.
Despite this morning’s BLS report winding up slightly opposite of the street undertones, it wound up being perceived as sturdy enough to dust off conversations of perhaps a rate hike in June.
One of China's largest tire manufacturers can be sued in Iowa for injuries that a teenager suffered when a tire explored at his father's repair shop, the Iowa Supreme Court ruled Friday.
The number of U.S. drilling rigs in use fell sharply in the week to Friday, almost doubling the cuts of the past two weeks and hitting the lowest since April 2011, a survey showed.
Greece asked euro zone countries on Friday for an immediate start of technical talks with international creditors on the first batch of reforms that would help conclude its current bailout program and allow the disbursement of more loans.
Southwest Airlines' first flight from Aruba to Houston is due to arrive Saturday, marking the first international service at Houston's Hobby Airport in 46 years.