A study of injuries among children reveals some surprising data. Hint: Take extra care around carousels.
As Detroit debates the question regarding its treasured art museum, many cash-strapped municipalities are facing similar hard choices.
A trip on Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo with the actor was part of an AIDS fundraiser. The winner is a Russian real estate tycoon.
Another major collapse, this time in Washington state, should be a wake-up call about investing in the nation's failing infrastructure.
About half of all patient admissions come through emergency rooms, creating yet another spending problem.
Tired of constantly dying batteries, she came up with a device that could revolutionize energy storage -- and won $50,000 from Intel.
It's still No. 1 among the world's 100 biggest names, whose combined worth is $2.6 trillion. No. 8 might surprise you.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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