Saturday, November 22, 2014
U.S. government health regulators on Thursday approved the first hard-to-abuse version of the painkiller hydrocodone, offering an alternative to a similar medication that has been widely criticized for lacking such safeguards.
CIA Director John Brennan is weighing a dramatic overhaul of the leading U.S. spy agency that is likely to meet fierce opposition from veteran agents, current and former intelligence officials said Thursday.
There were apologies and long-winded explanations, but after nearly four hours of testimony about exploding air bags, senators never got a clear answer to the question most people have: whether or not their cars are safe.
The U.S. Federal Reserve announced Thursday that it was reviewing its bank examination operations amid accusations that its regulators are too cozy with the banks they oversee.
U.S. regulators announced Thursday that children products maker Graco is recalling nearly five million strollers in North America over a defect that can cause finger injuries, including amputation.
Friday, November 21, 2014
Pledging to fix America's "broken" immigration system, President Barack Obama offered five million undocumented migrants protection from deportation Thursday, allowing families to emerge from the shadows and seek work permits.
Florida State University police fatally shot a gunman at the campus library early Thursday in a shooting that left three students wounded as hundreds of others inside the library fled or took cover in panic.
Mike Nichols, the legendary film and theater director who won an Oscar for the classic American movie “The Graduate,” has died aged 83, U.S. media reported on Thursday.
A “historic” storm dumped more than five feet of snow, stranding scores of motorists, canceling flights and killing at least eight people in the northeastern United States, officials said Wednesday.