A Mississippi baby scientists said was "functionally cured" of HIV now has detectable levels of the virus in her blood, 27 months after being taken off antiretroviral drugs, her doctors say.
He says Obama's emergency funding request for the crisis at the Texas border is "too much."
Although treatments for disease have struggled, drugmakers are still working in the space.
It's beginning to look like the job market is back. Getting a raise? Not so much.
The longest-running Sunday show's ratings trail its counterparts on ABC and CBS.
Gaza militants already have fired more than 550 rockets against Israel in the offensive.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer was seen chatting late into the night with AOL CEO Tim Armstrong in Sun Valley.
NHTSA says a heat shield in the car can rust, dislodge and cause the steering shaft to jam.
When do we get off this treadmill, where central banks believe it's their job to not only provide stability but also boost asset prices?
People are turning themselves into cyborgs by embedding magnets and computer chips directly into their bodies, NBC News reports.
The CNN "Crossfire" co-host is being considered to join the daytime talkshow on ABC.
To win the next space race, the U.S. should support private property rights in space. The Fiscal Times reports.
John Bare says hands-on learning can make a difference in motivating students to acquire STEM skills
An 80-year-old female patient was fatally stabbed early Friday at a northwestern Indiana hospital and her 88-year-old husband was later found stabbed to death inside their home, authorities said.
The estranged wife of Ron Lee Haskell had taken out a protective order against him, well before police say he sought her out and -- after failing to find her -- killed four children and two adults.
General Motors has hired Johan de Nysschen to run its struggling Cadillac division.
The Fed risks credibility by refusing to consider a sooner rate hike, says hedge fund manager David Gerstenhaber.
The suspect in the deadly shooting of a 12-year-old girl who was hit by a stray bullet while riding a scooter in northern New Jersey has pleaded not guilty.
Microsoft said it freed 4.7 million infected personal computers from cyber crooks in a crime-busting operation.
Calls have gone out to glass and siding companies and insurance agents after a barrage of hail left a trail of broken windows, damaged houses and ravaged farm fields in parts of western and central Nebraska.