"The hospital campus was 100 percent used by the Taliban," an Afghan official says of a Doctors Without Borders facility hit by airstrikes. The group denies the allegation.
The informal motto of the on-demand economy has a nice ring to it: “Be your own boss.” But going out on your own is far from simple.
NFL executives, including the league's 32 team owners, will discuss a potential Los Angeles relocation at a meeting in New York this week.
Roman Catholic bishops will debate family-centered issues at a meeting opened by Pope Francis Sunday, one day after the Vatican fired a cleric who came out as gay.
Sales of formerly popular electric cars are generally plummeting in the U.S., but rich buyers are not shying away from Tesla Motors' Model S.
Despite Volkswagen’s lack of communication about when car fixes will come, dealers from Ohio to Florida say they aren’t sweating a significant loss of sales.
The U.S. National Weather Service issued flash-flood warnings for areas in South Carolina, as President Barack Obama declared a state of emergency there.
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