Amazon Inc. says it plans to open its first facility in Illinois next year in a move that would create 1,000 jobs.
Two governors' break from President Barack Obama's administration on Ebola might suggest coordination is lacking, but don't blame newly tapped Ebola czar Ron Klain, the White House says.
Graphic images and witness accounts suggest ISIS may have chemical weapons - but where from, and will it alter the West's strategy in Iraq and Syria?
House Speaker John Boehner is trashing President Obama's foreign policy on the campaign trail by talking up someone Republicans have spent years running from: George W. Bush.
A staggering number of Americans residing abroad are tempted to give up their U.S. passports in the wake of tougher asset-disclosure rules.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie tried to stamp out criticism Tuesday of his policy to quarantine health care workers returning from Ebola hot zones, describing his rule as "common sense" and vowing that he won't move "an inch" on the standards his state has set forth.
Gov. Chris Christie's office said Monday that the nurse quarantined at a New Jersey hospital is being allowed to transfer to Maine, the latest development in a medical and political saga regarding possible cases of Ebola in the U.S., and how politicians in charge are responding.
Another body was reportedly discovered inside the sunken Sewol ferry Tuesday — six months after it capsized off South Korea.
Walmart found itself sending apology tweet after apology tweet Monday after the Twitterverse raked it over the coals for a major goof on its website.
U.S. stock index futures rose Tuesday ahead of data on industrial production, home prices and consumer confidence and as the Fed prepared to begin a two-day meeting on monetary policy.
Aetna, the third-largest U.S. health insurer, said on Tuesday that 3Q profit rose as the benefits of its Coventry government healthcare acquisition offset higher medical costs in its commercial business.
“Caffeine intoxication” became official in the medical community when the “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders,” known as DSM-5, added the diagnosis last year.
The feds are suing New York City for Medicaid fraud.
Coach, known for its Poppy handbags, reported a 10% drop in quarterly sales due to lower sales in North America, its biggest market.
Before the virus ravaged West Africa, before the deaths soared into the thousands, before the outbreak triggered global fears, Ebola struck a toddler named Emile Ouamouno.