This year’s back-to-school season will restore a degree of pre-pandemic normalcy.
The head of nation’s top public health agency is shaking up the organization with the goal of making it more nimble.
The nation's leading abortion rights advocacy organization, Planned Parenthood, plans to spend a record $50 million ahead of November’s midterm elections.
A restaurant customer in Fort Lauderdale has died of a bacterial infection after eating raw oysters.
U.S. regulators have finalized a long-awaited rule that's expected to allow millions of Americans to buy hearing aids without a prescription.
President Joe Biden is preparing to sign Democrats’ landmark climate change and health care bill.
Donald Trump’s chief financial officer is expected to plead guilty on Thursday to tax violations in a deal that would require him to testify about business practices at the former president’s company.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz says the government will temporarily lower taxes on natural gas to ease the financial pressure on people struggling with soaring energy costs.
Sales of previously occupied U.S. homes slowed for the sixth consecutive month in July, deepening the housing market’s slowdown from a high-flying pace at the start of this year.
Kohl’s slashed its expectations for the year after sales slumped in the second quarter, sending shares down 9% at the opening bell and closing out a mixed week for retailers.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is due to meet the U.N. chief and Turkey’s leader in Lviv near Ukraine’s border with Poland.
Asian stock markets have followed Wall Street lower after the Federal Reserve said U.S. inflation is too high, suggesting support for more aggressive interest rate hikes.
Greek authorities say another sailboat carrying dozens of migrants has arrived at the island of Kythera.
Slightly fewer Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week as the labor market continues to be the strongest segment of the U.S. economy.