When you mention urinary problems in a pet, you probably don't think of dialysis. In some cases, animals become so ill, they need the procedure to save their kidneys.
With the job market arguably getting stronger, many companies are trying to retain the best talent, which may mean there may be some extra money out there for some employees.
Human trials of an experimental Ebola vaccine will begin next week at the National Institutes of Health.
Joan Rivers was rushed to a New York City hospital after she stopped breathing during surgery.
The FBI is investigating a hacking attack against JPMorgan Chase that caused a data breach.
We're so close to the Labor Day holiday travel period and for many people, time on the road this weekend will be in search of holiday sales.
According to a statement by Peter Theo Curtis' family, Theo was reunited with his mother in Boston Tuesday evening.
Burger King's corporate headquarters might be leaving the U.S. for Canada.
Having trouble with your iPhone 5 battery? You might be eligible for a free replacement.
Young adults should have later school start times so they can catch up on sleep.
Keurig Green Mountain and Kraft Foods announced they are partnering on Friday.
When someone dies, often their online identity dies as well. A new law in Delaware is looking to change that.
Mortgage rates have dropped to their lowest level in over a year.
We are learning new details about a failed attempt to rescue Americans being held hostage by the terror group ISIS.
If you're feeling lucky, you might want to pick up a Mega Millions ticket.
The family of American journalist James Foley, who was beheaded by the extremist group ISIS, spoke on Wednesday about their loss.
No industry has been hit harder by hacking and data breaches than health care.
The Tax Foundation calculated the value of $100 in each state and the District of Columbia.
nSPIRED Natural Foods is voluntarily recalling several lots of peanut butter, almond butter and other nut butters.
Recaro is recalling around 39,000 child car seats.
Two of Pope Francis' grandnephews and the boys' mother were killed early Tuesday in a car crash in the pontiff's homeland of Argentina, police said.
The results for Honest Tea's National Honest Index are in!
Have you been hitting the gym or the outdoor trails all summer but haven't gotten the results you wanted? It is possible you've developed some bad exercise habits that you may not even know about.
Remembering former U.S. Vermont Senator Jim Jeffords.
More clashing between protesters in Ferguson, Missouri and police overnight.
Former Vermont U.S. Senator Jim Jeffords has passed away. He was 80 years old.
With many students heading back to school over the next few weeks, Gallup looked at parental safety fears at school.
If having a baby is on the brain, a look of your finances may be too and financial planners say to take having a baby seriously.
A lab mix-up involving a deadly flu virus strain added to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's public relations nightmare this summer.
In the workplace, the corner office with a view has always been the coveted office to have, but according to a new study, it turns out that corner office might provide more for you than just the status you might gain with your coworkers.
A family statement released Thursday says that Robin Williams had early stages of Parkinson's Disease.
If you're doing back-to-school shopping, you'll likely be faced with an offer or two for a store's credit card.
More than 300,000 people who signed up for Obamacare could lose coverage unless they can prove they are U.S. citizens or legal residents.
Back-to-school means back to a schedule, one that allows plenty of time for the learning that happens after school
Fuel prices here at home are seeing little impact from the latest crisis in Iraq.
The UN's World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the Ebola epidemic an international health emergency.
The first U.S. airstrike hit its target Friday morning, dropping 500 pound bombs on a militant artillery unit near the town of Irbil in northern Iraq.
President Obama signed a $16 billion Veterans Administration reform bill into law on Thursday.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration released the 2011-12 National Surveys on Drug Use and Health (NSDUHs) report.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning over bacteria contamination in unopened bottles of certain tattoo inks.
It's a startling finding: almost one out of ten cancer survivors continues to smoke nearly a decade after being diagnosed, according to research from the American Cancer Society.
A government website aimed at making government spending more transparent, has billions of dollars not reported.
WalletHub ranked states with the best and worst school systems.
An American general was killed and 15 other soldiers wounded in an attack at a military academy in Afghanistan.
Starting this week, "gluten-free" labels on packaged foods have real meaning.
The first patient to be treated for Ebola on U.S. soil is improving in an Atlanta hospital Monday.
You may want to think twice before sharing those flash drives with someone.
The U.S. Senate has passed a highway bill that will keep construction going for now.
With computers controlling more and more of the cars we drive, hackers are apparently on the prowl.
A disease with no known cure will soon reach the United States for the first time.