GlobalPost.com, a news website launched eight months ago, is making its network of foreign correspondents available to CBS News under an agreement unveiled on Monday.
Should a city that's committed to environmentally friendly construction pay $825,000 for a job that was expected to cost $248,000?
For physicians treating patients with diabetes, practical support is important in improving glycemic control. Researchers writing in the open access journal BMC Public Health found that setting goals and pro-active follow ...
(AP) -- Dell Inc. says it will beef up accounting and corporate governance rules as part of a settlement tied to an investigation into past financial practices.
In older age groups, repeated suicide attempts constitute an increased risk for completed suicide in depressed women, while severe attempts constitute an increased risk for depressed men. Researchers writing in the open access ...
There may be plenty of fish in the sea but the medaka knows what it likes. A new study published in the open access journal BMC Biology shows how a single gene mutation that turns Japanese Killifish a drab ...
Children who are the most popular and powerful at school also enjoy better health in adult life compared to counterparts at the bottom end of the pecking order, said a Swedish study published Tuesday.
Rare earths may not be on most investors' radars, but they are certainly in almost any high-tech item they use -- and in the world of rare earths, China is king.
Back-to-back merger deals involving Xerox Corp. and Dell Inc. highlight a major trend in the corporate tech market where the ability to offer services has increasingly become key to being competitive, some analysts say.
(AP) -- A federal agency must decide within three weeks whether spotted seals, which depend on sea ice off Alaska's coast, should be listed as a threatened or endangered species.
(AP) -- An inventory for a trip to a tropical beach could read like this:
Industry tracker comScore on Monday reported that US online video viewing hit a record high in August with YouTube luring a commanding share of the audience.
(AP) -- Don Ho was right. It is the tiny bubbles. A team of researchers - in Europe not surprisingly - found that Champagne's bursting bubbles not only tickle the nose, they create a mist that wafts the aroma to the drinker.
Using a powerful microscope, Karel Svoboda, a brain scientist at the Janelia Farm Research Campus in Ashburn, Va., peers through a plastic window in the top of a mouse's head to watch its brain's neurons sprout new connections ...
Swine flu is not a danger for what it is, the experts say. It's a danger for what it could be. That's why officials are pushing swine flu vaccine, which should start arriving as early as Oct. 6.