A study in The Journal of American Osteopathic Association's February edition indicates scent-detecting dogs have the potential to both more accurately and more quickly identify infected people.
The chair of a House committee filed a civil suit Tuesday alleging former President Donald Trump and his attorney, Rudy Giuliani, of conspiring with extremist groups to incite the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
International passengers are required to have proof of a negative test before entering the U.S., but is testing domestic passengers going too far?
Though the U.S. economy has shed some 9 million jobs since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, salaries and wages are up slightly over the same period.
A new documentary about Britney Spears put Justin Timberlake under the microscope for his behavior after the pair broke up in 2002. Friday he issued an apology in response to the backlash.
Spotify on Friday joined a growing list of companies moving to permanent remote options for employees after the COVID-19 pandemic.
McDonald's is prepared to launch another foray into the lucrative chicken sandwich battle later this month and hopes its lower price point can carry it to the top of the charts.
An Australian Senate committee Friday recommended no changes to a bill that would require Google and Facebook to pay Australian publishers for news content.
President Donald Trump's condition while being treated in October for COVID-19 was worse than White House officials and medical staff let on.
Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was ready to plead guilty to third-degree murder last May in the death of George Floyd. But then-Attorney General William Barr said no.
Participants in a 15-month-long study lost an average of more than 30 pounds when given weekly injections of the diabetes drug semaglutide, which curbed their appetites.
More than 100 former Republican officials met on a Zoom call Friday to discuss forming a new center-right party in order to break away from the Donald Trump-controlled GOP.
In the wake of one of its leaders being accused of sexual harassment, the Lincoln Project faces reports that more than half the donations it collected went to firms controlled by its leaders.
Under a new administration, the Department of Defense is taking a closer look at its strategy toward China.
Nearly 40 people reported developing a rare blood disorder after receiving the COVID-19 vaccination, but medical researchers say there is no direct link between the vaccine and the disorder.
Toyota announced Wednesday it plans to introduce two electric vehicles and one gas-electric hybrid this year and expects to have them available for sale in the U.S. in 2022.
March 4 is a special date for some followers of the QAnon conspiracy theory. That is when they believe Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 19th president of the United States.
The prosecuting attorney in Georgia's Fulton County opened a criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the state's election results.
A pair of GOP senators from the Mountain West region are seeking to block Deb Haaland's nomination as Secretary of the Interior.
Attorneys for former President Donald Trump will argue Tuesday impeaching him is not allowed under the Constitution because he is no longer in office.
Several CEOs representing some of the largest companies in the nation meet Tuesday with President Joe Biden and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen at the White House.
A federal magistrate judge ordered the release pending trial of a top Proud Boys organizer charged in connection with the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
Democrats on Capitol Hill are still sharply divided on who should be eligible to receive a third economic stimulus check, this one for $1,400, further bogging down the process of getting help to people.
Ahead of the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, Americans have a negative view about the soundness of the government.
President Joe Biden said in an interview with CBS News that his dealings with China will not resemble how his predecessor approached Chinese President Xi Jinping.
A politically diverse group of experts Friday released a letter dismissing former President Donald Trump's claim his Jan. 6 speech is protected by the First Amendment.
Controversial Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene claimed her now-stripped committee assignments would have been unproductive.
Political allies of former President Donald Trump are fearful of discussion of the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection during next week's impeachment trial.
Federal law enforcement officials on Thursday raided the Pennsylvania home of a woman identified as "Bullhorn Lady" from photos taken during the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
Smartmatic Strikes Back Against Election Fraud Claims With Big Lawsuit Against Fox News, Trump Lawyers
Voting machine manufacturer Smartmatic on Thursday filed a $2.7 billion defamation suit, naming Fox News, three of its anchors and attorneys Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell as defendants.