Undeterred by immigration politics, the 2018 National Teacher of the Year leads a Washington state classroom for refugees that runs on the same promise that's bestowed upon children and fuels newcomers to the American dream
The World Health Organization says it has helped ship an experimental Ebola vaccine and drugs to treat a laboratory scientist in Hungary who caught the potentially deadly disease in an accident earlier this month
In 1989, Republican U.S. Sen. candidate Mike Gibbons' then-business partner died in a power-boating accident at Trump Castle Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City. The Cleveland banker says he's never highlighted the odd coincidence on the campaign trail.
Takeda Pharmaceutical shares lost almost 5 percent of their value on Friday as investors fretted over the size of any deal the Japanese firm would have to make after London-listed drugmaker Shire rejected its latest $63 bln bid. As Kate King reports, Botox-maker Allergan has also pulled out of the bidding battle.
A major European dairy cooperative says "2 unexpected developments" _ the currency impact of Brexit and the impact of the reversal in commodity prices on fat and protein _ have forced them to a more than 400 million euro of savings.
Prosecutors have charged a 54-year-old suburban Houston man with four counts of solicitation of capital murder for trying to hire a hit man to kill his ex-girlfriend, her parents and her current boyfriend
Attorneys for a British cybersecurity expert credited with stopping a computer virus got more time to prepare for arguments on whether to suppress statements he made to the FBI after his arrest on a criminal indictment
Former Forbes reporter Jonathan Greenberg shared an audio recording from 1984 of President Trump posing as his vice president of finance John Barron and talking about Trump's finances to get on the Forbes 400 list.
A fraternity suspended at New York's Syracuse University over an offensive video says in an apologetic statement that the activities were intended as a "satirical sketch."
Alabama man convicted in 1989 mail-bomb slaying of federal judge is executed, oldest prisoner put to death in US since it resumed carrying out the death penalty in 1970s
Lois Riess' time on the run has come to an end. The Minnesota grandmother is accused of killing her husband at their Blooming Prairie home in late March and then murdering Pamela Hutchinson, a woman who bore a resemblance to her , earlier this month in Fort Myers Beach, Fla. A...