After 726 formal complaints, a union lockout, protests and lawsuits and settlements totaling about $20 million, residents in Ponca City no longer have daily struggles with carbon black.
The tablet is $50 more expensive than the Amazon's recently announced Kindle Fire.
A nationwide poll found that 45 percent of people thought the health of Americans had become worse during the past five years, and 40 percent thought it had stayed about the same. Only 13 percent thought it was better.
American consumers like their honey bright and clear, but removing the pollen makes it hard to trace honey back to its source. A new report says three quarters of honey sold in the U.S. doesn't contain any pollen.
The nationwide movement might target Wall Street and financial institutions, but it's playing out on the streets of big cities across America. This presents particular challenges for mayors, who are struggling to strike a balance between...
The jury is expected to read its verdict at 4 p.m. ET. Dr. Conrad Murray is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of the pop star.
Johnny DuPree is the first African-American candidate to win a major party's nomination for governor in Mississippi since Reconstruction. Though he remains a long shot against GOP Lt. Gov. Phil Bryant, DuPree says his run shows that the state...
The Census Bureau released a new experimental poverty measure Monday that takes into account benefits people receive, spending and geographic differences. Under the new measure, which won't replace the official one, more than 2 million...
An outbreak of botulism linked to organic Italian olives makes it clear that even food that sounds pristine can harbor deadly pathogens. Organic foods may be more vulnerable to some pathogens because of the way they are grown. Food processors fight...
The United States Supreme Court Monday heard arguments in a case that combines the Middle East conflict with the dueling foreign policy roles of Congress and the president. Specifically, the question was whether Congress can force the executive...