The number of reports that China's economic growth rate will fall -- soon and sharply -- is increasing.
Nurses, health workers and even first-year medical students now represent the globe's first line of defense against Ebola.
Three years to the day after dictator Moammar Gadhafi was killed, Libya takes another step into full-fledged civil war.
The missile used by pro-Russian separatists to hit the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was seized from Ukraine's army, says a German report.
And only a third of voters in competitive midterm races are enthusiastic about the election.
IBM will pay Santa Clara-based Globalfoundries $1.5 billion to take money-losing chip unit off its hands.
Forty-five percent of U.S. credit-card holders say they will probably avoid stores if it has been hacked. Sixteen percent will never come back.