U.S. prisons are experimenting with a high-priced monthly injection that could help addicted inmates stay off opioids after they are released.
The day of reckoning for required minimum distributions is coming for those who turned 70 by June 2016.
Solving a Rubik's Cube is an impressive feat by itself, but now, a robot can do it in record time, cracking the 3D puzzle about 10 times faster than the human who holds the world record
Official figures show that industrial output across the 19-country eurozone ended the third quarter on a weak note but still finished 0.4 percent higher during the period.
The South Korean smartphone maker said Monday that it would buy U.S. auto-parts supplier Harman International Industries Inc., based in Stamford, Conn., for $8 billion in an all-cash deal that instantly makes Samsung a major player in the world of automotive technology.
Wall Street was set to resume its post-election rally on Monday, with stock futures indicating a new closing record for the Dow industrials, on continued hopes that the policies of President-elect Donald Trump will deliver strong economic growth.
CNN's Brian Stelter says journalists "will have to reckon with" the media coverage of this year's presidential election.
The gift card has become a very easy option, and that may be the problem.
Waiting until age 70 is the obvious way to increase your benefits -- here are four less obvious methods.
European stock markets opened higher Monday, adding to the rally that followed last week's U.S. election, as the selloff in bond markets continued.
Do you feel your head as a sandwich—as layers of bone, skin and hair? Probably not. The brain integrates ourselves into a functioning, unconscious whole. We feel the cladding only when something goes wrong, something as simple and universal as an infestation of lice. Then the contours of the head become very apparent and our goal—eradication and oblivion—becomes imperative.
When political populists ride to victory on a wave of economic disaffection, as Donald Trump did so effectively last Tuesday, they often create more damage than they relieve, says the former acting director of the Central Intelligence Agency.