U.S. auto maker will pull Chevy from Europe to focus on promoting Opel, its German car brand as part of a broader move to reverse a steady loss of market share in the region.
Electronic Arts is shifting resources and delaying some development work to fix bugs plaguing its blockbuster war-simulation title, but investors are getting jittery.
Federal prosecutors have accused current and former Russian diplomats and their spouses of participating in a scheme that garnered nearly $1.5 million in fraudulent Medicaid benefits.
Men with advanced prostate cancer survived significantly longer on a combination of two types of drugs than if they were given the medicines sequentially, according to a federally sponsored study.
History's 'Hatfield and McCoy's' last year has spurred a resurgence in the format, from A+E's 'Bonnie & Clyde' to next month's 'The Spoils of Babylon'
A sound installation at the Cloisters museum consists of 40 speakers, each playing a single voice singing a work by Thomas Tallis.
Florist Robbie Honey shows how to make a delightful, scented festive wreath.
A&E's new version of 'Bonnie & Clyde' explodes some myths but has trouble achieving dramatic lift-off.
Millions change hands for work by Jeff Koons, and veterans recall the feverish days of 2007.
The actor and director, who also worked together on "Silver Linings Playbook," talk about their new movie, set in the 1970s and inspired by the Abscam sting.