A Columbia University professor who is Sikh said Monday he was overwhelmed by the support he received since being attacked by a group of young men who called him "Osama" and a "terrorist."
BadgerCare recipients who make too much money to remain in the program next year will receive letters this week from Gov. Scott Walker's administration letting them know that their coverage is about to end and that they can shop for insurance through the new online exchange.
The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center has received a $20.3 million federal grant to target medically underserved Oklahomans, especially in rural areas of the state.
Delta Air Lines Inc. says it can begin its joint venture with Virgin Atlantic now that they have antitrust immunity from the U.S. Transportation Department.
Any parent knows that a daytime nap can help keep preschoolers from getting cranky. Now a small study suggests that it helps them learn, too.
A California man behind an anti-Muslim film that led to violence in parts of the Middle East is due to be freed from federal custody in a separate case, an official said Monday.
The Food and Drug Administration said Monday that it has approved broader use of an innovative artificial heart valve that can be implanted without major surgery, allowing surgeons to insert the implant through multiple pathways.
For many Illinois residents, it's time to take a deep breath and get ready to shop for health insurance. President Barack Obama's health care law requires nearly every American to have insurance starting in 2014. To make shopping for coverage easier, a new online marketplace is set to open Oct. 1.
It may be one of the most boring lines ever — "Leave a message after the beep." But what if you managed to jazz up your phone's outgoing message with a celebrity?
BP on Monday renewed its request for a federal judge to temporarily suspend settlement payments to Gulf Coast residents and businesses following its massive 2010 oil spill, citing a scathing report on alleged misconduct within the court-supervised program.
Health officials in Oregon and Washington said Monday that people should protect themselves against mercury and PCB contamination by limiting consumption of certain fish species from a 150-mile section of the Columbia River.
Britain has announced that it is giving 1 billion pounds, or $1.6 billion, to The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria over the next three years and hopes the money will lead to "some incredible results."
The Prada Marfa art installation has stood alone in the West Texas plains for eight years, its high-end Italian fashion goods available to no one.
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A judge ruled that a northern Nevada man is competent to stand trial on charges that he killed five people in Fernley and Mustang over the Mother's Day weekend.
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