Four wild mushroom foragers who mistakenly ate toxic fungi they found near Washington, D.C., were treated with an experimental medicine that's been used in Europe for years.
NASA's most accurate census yet of near-Earth asteroids suggests that astronomers already know the location of more than 90 percent of the very largest asteroids that could cause mass extinctions. The survey also suggests there are far fewer...
Analysts say manufacturer First Solar needs federal support to keep its competitive edge and to drive down the cost to produce solar panels, a key factor to industry success. But the kind of federal loan guarantees given to failed energy company...
In Afghanistan, ethnic political parties are carving up the government and military in anticipation of renewed factional fighting after Western forces leave the country. Tajik and Pashtun groups, in particular, are placing party faithful in key...
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels urges adjusting the Social Security system in his new book, Keeping the Republic. In the book, Daniels writes that Carlo Ponzi the con man whose name became synonymous with a swindling scheme would make "an ideal...
Born in the U.S. of Yemeni parents, the 40-year-old cleric is thought to have inspired several recent attacks, including the failed Christmas Day 2009 bombing of a passenger jet headed to Detroit.
Among the morning's leading stories: Al-Qaida cleric Anwar al-Awlaki reportedly killed; Obama administration widens challenges to state immigration laws.
According to the AP, the 33-year-old Bryant will be paid $3 million to play about 10 games, starting in October. It's another sign that the NBA season is in jeopardy. Players have been locked out by a labor dispute.
Jeff Mangum, Portishead and Battles headline this unique festival in Asbury Park.
The 0.1 percent dip in income was the weakest showing for any month since October 2009.