A proposal to build a $3.7 billion pipeline carrying natural gas from Alabama into Florida is raising protests from Georgia landowners.
U.S. stocks closed out a turbulent week with another loss, giving the market its worst week since May 2012.
Despite telling a nurse that he had recently been in Africa and displaying symptoms that could indicate Ebola, Thomas Eric Duncan underwent a battery of tests and was sent home.
Federal health officials have approved a daily pill that can cure the most common form of hepatitis C without the grueling pill-and-injection cocktail long used to treat the virus.
Keeping quiet will give you "superpowers" that will translate into employer trust and other "good karma" that will eventually come back around to your purse. Or maybe not.
Advocates of a global infrastructure are pushing a call for wealthy nations to put the unemployed to work while paving the way for stronger economic growth in the future.
With fuel prices showing another substantial decrease, the Labor Department released a report on Friday showing a continued decline in U.S. import prices in September.
Malala Yousafzai celebrated her Nobel Peace Prize where she always wished to be: in school.
The case of 43 Mexican students missing since an attack by gang-linked police took another grim turn Thursday with the discovery of new mass graves where suspects said some were buried.
As if the global economy didn't have enough troubles, it looks like Germany now risks falling into recession, or growth so week it holds back the entire eurozone's weak recovery.
Here are some reactions to the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize being given to Kailash Satyarthi of India and Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan.
U.S. markets are back on an even keel after a crazy ride all week, although stocks were mostly lower in morning trading Friday.
Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, alleged leader of the Juarez drug cartel, has been arrested in the northern city of Torreon, two Mexican officials said Thursday.
It was another wild ride for the stock market as the Dow Jones industrial average had its biggest plunge of the year, dropping 334 points in Thursday trading.
Federal officials announced plans to screen international passengers for Ebola at five major U.S. airports, while hospitals around the country continue to isolate patients showing Ebola-like symptoms.