The Supreme Court passed down a decision yesterday in favor of Walmart that could make it much harder for employees to sue companies in the future.
The Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit brought by six states, including New York, that sought to regulate greenhouse gasses from major power plants.
The Chinese military has put its newest, biggest warship -- a 60,000 ton aircraft carrier -- up for public viewing. Some see it as a direct challenge to the US navy.
The United States is bracing for a rough hurricane season, and budget cuts in disaster preparedness have some experts concerned.
The cost of beer has been going up lately, due to global economic forces, weather, farming and just plain marketing.
ICANN has announced that it will allow people and companies to apply for their own customized domain names, beyond the.com's, the.net's, and the .org's.
The world's most notorious terrorist organization is in turmoil after the deaths of Osama Bin Laden and last week Fazul Abdullah Mohammed.
Scientists are testing a brain implant in rats that could help them recall memories again.
A new book by the author of "The Men Who Stare at Goats" explores the world of psychopathy and exposes the "madness industry."
European countries soon will likely bail out Greece, paying massive amounts of money to stave off a default. Will Greece's problems spread throughout the world?