Who Is Michael Gove? Oxford-Educated Former Journalist, Current UK Justice Secretary Ends Boris Johnson’s Prime Minister Campaign After Brexit
Adopted by a Scottish fish merchant, Michael Gove attended Oxford, then became a journalist. On Thursday, he ended Johnson’s run to become Britain’s prime minister.
Zika In The US: Most Americans Want More Federal Money To Combat Virus At Home Amid Squabble In Congress, Poll Shows
They follow news about the virus closely, but their knowledge of Zika is rather patchy, a poll indicates.
Rates of most cancers have fallen for both men and women in recent years. Still, a few types of cancer are on the rise.
Zika Virus Funding Controversy: What You Need To Know About Tuesday’s Senate Vote And Why Democrats Vowed To Block $1.1B To Fight The Virus
The U.S. Senate was set to vote Tuesday on a key measure to grant $1.1 billion in funding to combat the Zika virus, but Democrats have vowed to block it. Here’s why.
Panama Canal Expansion Could Mean Tougher Times For Egypt's Suez, As Revenues Lag Despite Sisi's Promises
Egypt is struggling to justify its recent expansion of the Suez Canal. Now, its longtime rival Panama has ratcheted up the pressure with an expansion of its own waterway.
The U.K. has long been a bridge between the United States and the European continent. How would that change if Britain split from the EU?
Here's why ordinary Americans aren't necessarily feeling the slowdown in medical cost increases.
Goldman Sachs Employee Email Surveillance: Which Terms Trigger Review, Amid Concerns Over Losses And Insider Trading?
Certain words and phrases in employee emails will trigger a review from Goldman Sachs’ compliance department, a newly obtained list from 2008 shows.
Restaurant chains and other businesses oppose federal rules calling for disclosure of calorie information, citing printing and signage costs and the difficulty of measuring accurately.
Gay Muslims, who have long hidden in plain sight, now balance new challenges and opportunities after the mass shooting in Florida cast them into the spotlight.
After Orlando Nightclub Shooting, Rush To Donate Blood Drives Home Warning From World Health Organization
After the Orlando shooting, the call for blood donations underscores a broader imbalance in the world’s supply.
The World Health Organization has declared an end to Ebola in Liberia — for the fourth time. Is the outbreak really over?
Communicating the risks accurately to a public informed by a fear-mongering media is a challenging and delicate endeavor.
Millennials’ Healthcare Problems: Insurance Is Terrifyingly Expensive And Highly Confusing For Young Americans, Survey Finds
More young people have gained health insurance in recent years, but they’re neither better educated nor financially equipped to use it.
The Muslim holy month has a negative impact on overall economic growth, but it can also be a boon for certain businesses.
Janet Yellen Philadelphia Speech Live Stream: US Fed Chair Could Offer Clues To Next Interest Rate Rise, Ahead Of June FOMC Meeting [VIDEO]
Yellen said Monday that interest rate hikes are still likely on the way because ‘positive economic forces have outweighed the negative’ for the U.S.
Rising Healthcare Costs: Insurers Want Higher Obamacare Premiums In 2017, But Actual Amounts Likely To Vary Significantly
Actual increases, if approved, would vary significantly by geography, insurer and policy.
New FDA Sodium Recommendations Aim To Reduce Salt In The Food We Eat, But The Industry Doesn’t Have To Follow Them
The FDA has proposed guidelines for the food and restaurant industries to reduce the amount of sodium in what we eat.
OECD Economic Outlook 2016: Fragile Global Economy Caught In Vicious Cycle Of Low Growth, Major Report Warns
The limited growth projected for the next few years is threatened by a potential Brexit and other developments, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Although an inspector general report found two providers were dispensing narcotics at a concerning rate, it did not identify any wrongdoing.
US National Parks Funding Woes: Budget Shortfalls Drive Unpopular Proposals To Allow Commercial Logos
A proposal to allow corporate logos in the glorious but financially struggling U.S. national parks has erupted in controversy.
Zika Researchers Plan To Use Olympic Athletes And Staff To Study Infection's Impact On Reproductive Health
What better way to unravel the risks and mysteries of the Zika virus than to study a large cohort traveling to Brazil, the epicenter of the disease?
Attacks On Hospitals In War: 2 Years, 594 Attacks, 959 Deaths At Healthcare Facilities, From Syria To Afghanistan
In two years, more than 2,500 people were injured or killed in attacks on healthcare facilities in countries of conflict, the World Health Organization said.
Executive compensation is declining in some sectors, but for people like Vertex Pharmaceuticals CEO Jeffrey Leiden and other healthcare industry leaders — it remains robust.
AXA Tobacco Divestment: Why The Insurer Is Ditching A Thriving Industry, Amid Broader Debate Over Socially Responsible Investing
The insurance company’s planned move is part of a debate over investments in an industry widely lambasted as profiting from an unsafe product.
Where Do Taxes Go? More Than $250B In Tax Dollars Have Gone To Company Subsidies, According To A Nifty Tracking Tool
More than $250 billion in U.S. taxpayer-funded subsidies have flowed to some 500,000 businesses, a not-for-profit watchdog group says.
The prime minister’s warning comes after the Treasury released an analysis showing the loss of hundreds of thousands of jobs if the U.K. leaves the EU.
Road To Rio: Zika Won't Prevent Olympic Dreams, But The Virus Could Eventually Spur An Economic Nightmare
The fact that many athletes remain determined to go to the Olympics despite Zika is good news for Brazil — and the multibillion-dollar industry surrounding the games. But the real economic problems could come much later.
Zika Virus In The US: 3 Things To Know Before The Senate Votes On At Least $1B In Emergency Funding To Fight Mosquito-Borne Disease
The Senate is set to vote on a $1.1 billion package of emergency funds. We explain where the money would go, why Congress is stalling and what’s in store.
Moody’s reacted Saturday to the oil-rich kingdom getting slammed by a drop in global oil prices.