The World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared Sri Lanka free of malaria, hailing it as a "remarkable public health achievement" for the Indian Ocean island, once one of the most affected nations in the world.
Manufacturing issues related to its one and only drug, Auryxia, caused management to abandon its full-year financial guidance.
Aston Martin is planning the 103-year-old company's first-ever sport-utility vehicle, as well as an all-new battery-electric vehicle.
Mylan's program to distribute its troubled EpiPens in schools are drawing antitrust allegations.
Authorities suspect the Cincinnati area has been treated as a "test tube" by heroin dealers for use of a powerful animal tranquilizer, a county coroner said on Tuesday.
California lawmakers have OK'd a Planned Parenthood backed-bill that creates new penalties for distributing secret recordings of discussions with health providers – but civil rights and media advocates say the measure goes too far.
Hillary Clinton shrugged off calls Tuesday for more congressional inquiries into her email usage as nothing more than right-wing conspiracy pandering, saying that the FBI has "resolved" the matter.
Oil futures traded on the New York Mercantile Exchange settled higher Tuesday, finding support after Russia and Saudi Arabia said they would set up a working group to monitor the oil market and come up with ways to promote stability.
The Canadian auto workers' union has picked General Motors Co. as a potential strike target in contract talks with the Detroit Three automakers.
Mylan has tried to blame middlemen for the EpiPen uproar but it won't break down its costs. So we went to try to find out what they really were.