A newborn baby died about 70 minutes after he was inoculated with a Hepatitis B vaccine in China.
Italians are glum about the economic situation and their spending power, despite an end to contraction in the country's economy.
Nadezhda Tolokonnikova followed bandmate Maria Alyokhina to freedom on Monday, as part of President Vladimir Putin's amnesty drive.
RSA Denies Snowden's Claims That It Accepted $10 Million From The NSA For Promoting Agency's Flawed Encryption Software
In September, media reports revealed that RSA's BSAFE encryption tool had a major security flaw, which aided the NSA in its spying.
Obama Administration's Proposal To Modernize Its Nuclear Forces Will Cost $355 Billion Over A Decade:CBO
The nuclear budget request comes at a time when the nation is facing tight fiscal controls due to its large budget deficit.
Scientists Discover New Populations Of Exploding Radio Stars That Are Instantly Killed By Black Hole Birth
These exploding stars “switch off” their radio transmissions after emitting a strong beam of Gamma-rays, before turning into a black hole.
New York City Council Votes To Add E-Cigarettes To Its Smoking Ban Amid A Debate On The Technology's Use To Curb Smoking
A new law would ban the use of e-cigarettes in public and private venues in New York City, where smoking is already prohibited.
German GfK Consumer Confidence Index Tops Expectations, Producer Prices Drop As Expected; France Business Confidence Tops Forecast
Confidence among German consumers is improving, aided by a buoyant economic outlook, while producer prices continued to decline.
European Union Stripped Of Its Coveted S&P Triple-A Credit Rating As Deteriorating Credit Profiles Of Member Countries Weigh
Recent rating cuts involving several member countries affected the overall rating of the EU.
Senate Reaches Deal On 3 Nominees, But Delays Vote On Janet Yellen's Nomination As Federal Reserve Chairman
Including Yellen's, 10 nominations are awaiting Senate confirmation, and many of these could be pushed to after the holidays.
US Government-Backed Study Links Increased Dolphin Sickness In Gulf Of Mexico To BP’s Deepwater Horizon Accident; BP Disputes Findings
A study has found that dolphins in Louisiana's Barataria Bay, affected by BP’s oil spill, are five times more likely to contract lung disease.
Tokyo Governor Naoki Inose, Who Helped Bring The 2020 Olympics To The City, Resigns Over 50 Million Yen Loan Scandal
The city assembly will hold an extraordinary session Tuesday to approve the resignation and an election could be held in February.
Industry activity in Japan, measured by the Indices of All Industry Activity, entered negative territory in October.
Also, 20 tickets won $1 million for matching all numbers except the Megaball number.
German IFO Business Climate Index Improves To A 20-Month High While Assessment Of Current Situation Remains Subdued
In Germany, the future holds more promise than the present-day situation, the latest data indicates.
Brazil's Government Is Not Considering Granting Asylum To Edward Snowden Because It Did Not Receive A Formal Request
In July, Snowden had sought asylum from a dozen countries, including Brazil, after the U.S. revoked his passport.
China Reports First Case Of H10N8, A New Strain Of Bird Flu Infection In Humans; Woman's Death Could Be Related, Reports Say
A 73-year-old woman apparently contracted the virus after visiting a live-poultry market in a town 450 miles southwest of Shanghai.
Three studies add to the evidence that vitamin pills and mineral supplements do not prevent diseases or make people healthier.
Slower increases in food and energy prices caused the inflation to moderate to a multiyear low.
Boeing To Repurchase $10B Worth Of Shares In Largest Buyback In Company History; Announces 50% Hike In Regular Dividend
Rising profits from sales of its jetliners have helped the company declare additional dividends and a record share-buyback program.
California Court Orders Sherwin-Williams, ConAgra, NL Industries To Pay $1.1 Billion In A 13-Year-Old Lead-Paint Poison Case
The compensation, if and when disbursed, will be used to reduce the use of lead-based paint in tens of thousands of homes.
China's Moon Rover, Jade Rabbit, Starts Lunar Probe, Sends First Pictures [VIDEO]; China Sets 2017 Launch For Chang'e-5, A Crucial Third Phase
Yutu and the lander photographed each other on the moon's surface and sent live images to China’s space mission on Earth.
The EU's trade balance overcame a trade deficit from the previous month, while the euro zone's surplus nearly doubled over last year's.
The deal, involving GSK's pharma unit, is the company's second large investment in an Indian subsidiary this year.
The knife-wielding assailants were killed after they attacked a police squad with bombs, an official Web post said.
Many residents in India’s Tumkur slum, about 50 miles northeast of Bangalore, are still reeling from the 2010 microfinancing crisis.
Perils Of Microfinance: Why The Miracle Economic Strategy, Winner Of A Nobel Prize, Failed To Turn The Poor Into Entrepreneurs
A cautionary tale of poverty stricken people who gave up everything, in some cases their lives, to borrow a few dollars.
Anastrozole Can Slash Breast Cancer Risk By More Than 50% In Menopausal Women; The Drug Also Lowered Risk For Other Types Of Cancers: Study
The drug will give at-risk women a less drastic alternative to mastectomy to prevent the occurrence or recurrence of breast cancer.
NASA, Scripps Use Technology Used In Smartphones To Boost Early Warnings Of Natural Calamities Like Floods, Earthquakes
The small, cheap seismic sensors are similar to accelerometers used in smartphones and can provide accurate alerts of natural calamities.
Loretta Fuddy, The Health Official Who Issued Certificate Of Live Birth To Obama Died In A Hawaii Plane Crash
Loretta Fuddy released copies of Obama’s original birth certificate to help put to rest theories that the president was foreign-born.