A deficit-cutting session at the White House ended with no apparent progress Sunday. The president and congressional leaders are trying to agree on terms for raising the debt limit.
Nearly 400,000 women receive breast implants each year, and many are picking silicone material. But in a recent report, the Food and Drug Administration warned that many women experience complications from silicone from a hardening of the skin...
Keratoconus, which afflicts an estimated one in 2,000 teens and young adults, causes the surface of the eye to gradually thin and bulge outward into a cone shape. The result: badly blurred vision. Now, surgeons are refining treatments like the...
Roughly 50 countries are now developing and producing the unmanned aircraft for both surveillance and strikes, shifting the balance in the skies. And increasingly, they're being used to replace troops on the ground, which raises issues about...
Washington may be preoccupied with the debate over whether to raise the debt ceiling and the consequences of a default, but so far at least, the nation's financial markets seem to be taking the prospect in stride.
Prime Minister David Cameron fielded media questions Friday regarding his role in the News of the World phone hacking scandal. Robert Zeliger of Foreign Policy takes a look at the scrutiny the leader has received and his odds at recovering his...
The military center that's supposed to lead the effort to find the best ways to diagnose and treat traumatic brain injuries and post traumatic stress disorder is in trouble, Government Accountability Office concludes.
The budget talks that seem to never end continue, and the president is set to lay out his position again today during a question-and-answer session with reporters.
The budget talks that seem to never end continue, and the president is set to lay out his position again today during a question-and-answer session with reporters.
Rescuers are searching the Volga River about 450 miles east of Moscow. More than 100 people are missing.