A U.S. Navy warship is bringing personnel, along with power generators, water purifiers and bulldozers, to bolster relief efforts in Haiti.
The U.S. government will temporarily halt deportation flights to Haiti as the nation recovers from Hurricane Matthew.
Taco Bell is doing its best to become one of the country’s healthiest fast food chains, Foodbeast.com reports.
Wells Fargo’s embattled CEO John Stumpf has resigned as the nation’s second-largest bank is roiled by a scandal over its sales practices.
Hospitals say they can’t easily pass on the cost of pricey drugs because private insurers and Medicare usually pay a pre-determined amount.
The U.S. consumer watchdog agency now has had its structure ruled unconstitutional because it gives too much power to a single director.
The U.S. pumped out the least climate-changing fossil-fuel pollution in the first six months of this year than at any time since 1991.
The FBI is assisting in the investigation because it happened near the headquarters of military jet-engine maker Pratt & Whitney.
Samsung Electronics said Wednesday it is sending fire-resistant packages to its customers who have Galaxy Note 7s as a precaution.
The Centers for Disease Control says now is the time to get a flu shot, but there are some changes to be aware of.
McDonald’s says Ronald McDonald is keeping a low profile with reports of creepy clown sightings on the rise.
Government regulators are fining Comcast $2.3 million, saying the cable giant has charged customers for stuff they never ordered.
The U.N. human rights chief says some comments by presidential candidate Donald Trump are “deeply unsettling and disturbing.”
The mother of an 11-year-old Minnesota boy abducted in 1989 says learning of his death was “like getting just punched in the head.”
The Supreme Court raised serious doubts Tuesday about a $399 million judgment against smartphone maker Samsung.