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A new study shows people still believe the myth that flu vaccines can give you the flu.
Retailers say "self-gifting" is the latest trend in holiday shopping.
Online stores are still flooded with cute and silly software programs that quietly collect data on the youngest consumers.
Federal officials say the race to innovate could make creating standards for the devices more difficult.
A scraggly tree was adorned with a single red bulb, in a ceremony reminiscent of the animated holiday classic.
Retailers started discounting early this holiday season, but that hasn’t stopped them from stepping up the offers now.
New vaccines that could better protect against the virus circulating in the U.S. won't be ready in time for this year's flu season.
The odds of winning the Powerball jackpot are one in 175 million.
The company will create specific versions of its search, YouTube, and Chrome products for children 12 and under.
Starbucks announced it will add beer, wine, widen lunch offerings, and roll out mobile ordering.
Only one top executive in eight at major financial services firms is a woman and the pace of change at banks and other companies is too slow, according to a diversity study.
Same-sex marriages could begin in Florida in early January after the appellate court declined to further stay a lower court ruling that overturned the state's ban on gay weddings.
U.S. Supreme Court justices argue a case that could determine whether employers must provide accommodations for pregnant workers with physical limitations.
President Barack Obama urged Congress to approve $6.18 billion to help fight the Ebola outbreak, reminding them that the battle against the virus is far from over.
British scientists could finally close a 500-year-old "missing person's case" with bones found under a car park.
Apple Inc could lose about $1 billion if the company abused a monopoly position in the digital music player market.
Auto sales easily beat expectations this November, thanks to a strong Black Friday.
The lower rate of fatalities from poor care and mistakes was one of several "historic improvements" in hospital quality and safety in 2013.
Finally! Girl Scouts are going online in an effort to move more Thin Mints.
Plastic surgeons say more patients are seeking to improve their image in selfies and on social media.