Some 800 metric tons of food are on the way to East Africa, where more than 12 million people are suffering from a severe drought. And a U.S. veteran who was shot down in Somalia in 1993 says he'd be willing to fly aid in.
Henry M. Paulson said insolvent European countries are the Lehman Brothers of 2011.
Tests that predict a baby's sex by testing a mother's blood for baby DNA are accurate as early as 7 weeks' gestation. But they're not approved for sale by in the United States. Parents whose children may have genetic disorders...
A mysterious orange goo that appeared on the shore of a small village in Alaska has been identified as "millions of microscopic eggs filled with fatty droplets," the AP reports. But researchers say they still don't know what the eggs...
The fire, which may cost many small labels all of their U.K. stock, began during riots in London.
Analysis: TV cameras, smartphones and unemployed youth make a volatile mix.
The U.S. jobless rate was 9.1 percent in July, but teens are experiencing their third consecutive summer of unemployment above 20 percent. Teens who can't get summer jobs miss the experience they'll need to succeed as adult workers,...
Although the fuel economy targets are tough, industry leaders say the Obama administration's regulations line up with customer demands.
Turkey has a reputation for allowing greater media freedom than other countries in the region. But a government plan to impose restrictions on the Internet has drawn widespread protests and forced the government to reconsider.
A ceremonial bell tolled in Nagasaki, Japan, Tuesday morning, marking the beginning of a moment of silence to remember tens of thousands of people killed by an atomic bomb that fell from a U.S. plane 66 years ago. And for the first time, the...