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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
Actual increases, if approved, would vary significantly by geography, insurer and policy.
The FDA has proposed guidelines for the food and restaurant industries to reduce the amount of sodium in what we eat.
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.