Aspen Contracting, a Kansas City-area firm specializing in repairing post-storm building damage, plans to add 300 jobs in its sales, production and project management operations.
A cardiovascular disease expert is calling for mandatory screening of 18-year-old Mexicans to halt the CVD epidemic plaguing the nation.
Fast-food workers are taking to the streets across the U.S. to demand a living wage.
A teacher fatally shot early Thursday in Benghazi, Libya, has been identified as U.S. chemistry teacher Ronnie Smith.
California resident Pedro Toledo was named 2013 MillerCoors Líder of the Year and awarded a $25,000 grant to implement a leadership project for the Redwood Community Health Coalition.
Dozens of short-finned pilot whales have been stranded in shallow water off Florida's Everglades National Park for about two days now, and while their survival has been perceived as bleak, about 35 people are trying to save them.
A missing shipment of radioactive cobalt-60 was found Wednesday near where the stolen truck transporting the material was abandoned in central Mexico, the country's nuclear safety director said.
The Greeley and Hansen engineering firm has appointed Fernando Sarmiento to direct its Latin American operations.
Hezbollah commander Hassan Howlo al-Laqqis was shot dead outside his south Beirut apartment in an assassination the group blames on Israel and that a Sunni group claims it carried out.
The Guardian of London has been pressured to stop publishing stories about massive surveillance by U.S. and British spy agencies, the publication's editor said.
Recordings of emergency calls during the massacre of children and teachers at Newtown were released Wednesday.
Government subsidies to help Americans buy insurance under Obamacare may be vulnerable to fraud, a Treasury Department watchdog warned.
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Mexico City and six states were on alert Wednesday after the theft of what U.N. nuclear regulators described as "extremely dangerous" radioactive material used in medicine.
Recordings of 911 calls made from inside Sandy Hook Elementary during last year's school massacre are being released under court order Wednesday after a legal fight by The Associated Press.