Hackers are increasingly able to take control of sensitive personal data, putting hospitals on the defensive.
According to experts, exposure to lead can slow down a child’s intellectual and physical development.
How Many Police Shootings Have There Been? In The Aftermath of Michael Brown's Death, The Absence of Police Shooting Statistics Leaves The Question Unanswered
The world knows Mike Brown’s story, but what we really don’t know is how many more like him have died at the hands of police.
The search for two missing Amish girls continued after they were abducted from the family's farm stand on Wednesday.
James Myers, a West Chester resident, was arrested on charges of animal cruelty and drug possession.
Miss South Carolina K. Lee Graham was crowned the 2014 winner of Miss Teen USA Saturday night.
Kimberly Tutko Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, realized her son was dead after smelling a strange odor.
A plane crash 20 years ago turned two American women into advocates for families devastated by airline disasters, including MH17 and MH370.
The leader of an anti-union group whose "mission is to bring transparency" to schools will not release names of financial backers.
Weak U.S. data contributed to the bearish tone as jobless claims rose more than expected in the latest week.
As the U.S. grapples to halt the influx of migrant families entering from Central America, private prison operators are lining up to cash in.
Rhode Island Treasurer Gina Raimondo Wants To 'Minimize Attention' To Wall Street Managers' Compensation
In a letter obtained by IBTimes, Rhode Island Treasurer Gina Raimondo justifies pension investment secrecy to protect hedge fund managers.
The New Jersey governor wants to cut retirement benefits, but a new study says pensions boost the economy.
The impact of the BP oil spill, the largest oil spill in history, is far more widespread than previously thought, study says.
Polling shows overwhelming support among Florida voters for legalizing medical marijuana in November.
Tax Free Weekend 2014, a holiday where no sales tax is tacked onto purchases for eligible items, will be celebrated by many states during the first weekend in August.
With Dollar Tree-Family Dollar merger, consumers could see even bigger discounts.
Air Algerie Flight AH5017 and Downed Malaysian Airlines MH17 Have No Impact On Passenger Activity, Says Heathrow Boss
Heathrow CEO John Holland-Kaye says Sunday was one of the airport's busiest days of the year.
Temple University researchers used "molecular scissors" to eliminate strains of the deadly virus.
GM Recall Senate Hearings: Senators Propose Criminalizing What GM Has Admitted Doing, Here’s The Full Text Of The ‘Hide No Harm’ Act
A new bill would send company officials to jail for five years for knowingly concealing a product defect that leads to death or injury.
Exxon subsidiary XTO Energy Inc. is fighting with Pennsylvania's Attorney General over criminal charges related to fracking wastewater spill.
A Pennsylvania Department of Transportation clerk forgot to indicate the century the men were born in.
The world's two biggest carbon emitters signed eight partnership pacts during a Beijing summit this week.
One of the hardest hit spots was the Syracuse-area community of Smithfield, New York, where four of the deaths were reported.
The price of weed varies greatly across the U.S. Here's how much black market weed costs compared to the legal stuff.
In the tell-all “Kate Gosselin: How She Fooled The World,“ author Robert Hoffman accuses the reality-TV mom of having a drinking problem.