Sunday, October 12, 2014
Federal health officials have approved a daily pill that can cure the most common form of hepatitis C without the grueling pill-and-injection cocktail long used to treat the virus.
Barbie has long been an icon, just not a holy one.
The Nielsen company on Friday admitted to errors dating back to March in its measurement of television viewing, statistics that serve as the foundation for billions of dollars in advertising spending for the entire broadcast industry.
The Canadian government on Friday announced an agreement with the European Union that will let Inuit people resume the exportation of seal products, which have been the subject of an EU ban since 2009.
Saturday, October 11, 2014
China strongly criticized a U.S. human rights report Friday that describes tightening restrictions against rights advocates, religious organizations and other members of Chinese civil society.
Brittany Maynard will not live to see if her advocacy makes a difference.
The case of 43 Mexican students missing since an attack by gang-linked police took another grim turn Thursday with the discovery of new mass graves where suspects said some were buried.
Mexican police arrested Juarez drug cartel boss Vicente Carrillo Fuentes on Thursday, catching a man known as “El Viceroy” whose gang's turf wars with enemies were blamed for thousands of deaths.
British bank Barclays agreed to pay US$20 million to settle a class-action suit from investors who lost money in the Libor interest rate-rigging conspiracy, according to a U.S. court filing.