Google's barge is now moving to Stockton, California, after failing to obtain the proper permits for staying in San Francisco.
"This is a real public threat," a health official told CNBC, as hospitals overuse antibiotics.
A Rhode Island boy with cancer is getting the surprise birthday party of a lifetime.
The former U.S. ambassador blasts President Barack Obama for his handling of Benghazi.
The chief executive officer of virtual currency exchange First Meta Pte committed suicide in Singapore last month.
He rejects claims from critics that his tweet was more about his primary race than about Obama.
A Texas man accused of dousing a boy with gasoline and setting him on fire when he was a teenager can be tried as an adult for murder after the victim died from his burns nearly 13 years later, a judge ruled Thursday.
Calling for companies to disclose security breaches more quickly is a huge mistake and may help the attacker, says computer-forensics expert Eric Friedberg.
As shoppers continue to shift their spending to the Web, traditional retailers are missing out on the impulse buy.
Some experts disputed the researchers’ conclusion that the devices encouraged conventional cigarette use by adolescents.
A man was charged Wednesday with kidnapping and murdering a nursing student who was last seen outside her West Tennessee home nearly three years ago, investigators said.
While many women say they are satisfied, others seek more participation and visibility, from holding priesthood to changing how male authorities ask about personal matters.
Doctors in Boston say another child infected with the virus appears to be free of HIV nine months after birth.
A new crop of alternative lenders is offering a middle path between banks and cash advance lenders, The New York Times reports.
The founder of a hedge fund with $21 billion under management provided three investing rules and three favorite stocks.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why investors should stop comparing this era to the dotcom bust.
While there has been much talk of large-screen smartphones, another trend has emerged: secure phones that ensure your privacy.
The survey says he'll be a 13-point underdog If he jumps into the New Hampshire Senate race.
Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair -- once one of the U.S. Army's top commanders in Afghanistan who is accused of "sodomy ... by force" and other military crimes -- is to set to plead guilty Thursday to some charges but not the most serious levied against him, his lawyer said.
He paints the fierce intraparty debates as a healthy way to move the GOP forward.