A hospital worker and hepatitis C carrier who injected himself with syringes of fentanyl, then filled them with saline for use with patients, infected at least 45 people.
Authorities tell Q13 Fox firefighters are responding to the structure collapse in Pierce County, which is south of Seattle.
The American Civil Liberties Union, on behalf of a Michigan woman, is suing Catholic bishops, arguing that their anti-abortion guidelines to affiliated hospitals are leading to medical negligence.
A survey by Americans United for Change suggests that a plurality of respondents favor it.
Two small but notable tech acquisitions took place on Monday as Apple bought Topsy and Chernin ate up Crunchyroll
Because of a slowing trend in health care spending, the government is expected to spend billions of dollars less than originally projected on the law, and future cost controls may save billions more.
An embarrassing mistake involving a Statue of Liberty stamp could come back to haunt the U.S. Postal Service.
The White House commits to its first Democratic Governors Association fundraising event of the cycle.
Kentucky authorities are offering a $10,000 reward for information that helps authorities solve the disappearance of hundreds of bottles of pricey bourbon.
A kayak fisherman died Monday off Maui after a shark bit his dangling foot, officials said.
After sifting through recent IPO's, Jim Cramer said 6 look like attractive buys.
New York magazine will begin publishing on a biweekly basis in 2014, reducing the number of issues it annually publishes from 42 to 29, its parent company said Monday.
James Rosen suggests the press was misled by denials of high-level talks with Iran.
What is historically one of Wall Street's best months may not live up to that billing this time around.
The rise in the value of bitcoin – which has surged more than 8,000 percent over 2013 – has created a new breed of digital currency multimillionaires.
Eight years after Hurricane Katrina, the restaurant industry has become the backbone of the city, and the boom is a barometer of a more affluent and more educated New Orleans.
The New Year is still weeks away, but that hasn't stopped market observers from making predictions for 2014, including Euro Pacific's Peter Schiff.
The mayor of Washington, D.C., ends months of speculation about his political future.
The train was going almost three times too fast.