The captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt is pleading with the U.S. Navy for more resources to help contain a coronavirus outbreak aboard the ship and avoid possible deaths.
A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck near Idaho on Tuesday night, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
Austal USA was awarded a $7.7 million contract Tuesday for work on the littoral combat ship USS Kansas City, the Department of Defense announced Tuesday.
Lockheed Martin picked up three contracts totaling $4.9 billion for work on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter aircraft Tuesday, according to the Pentagon.
JPMorgan Chase on Tuesday issued a memo announcing it would expand mandatory diversity and inclusion training to all 257,000 of its employees.
Americans with diabetes, chronic lung disease and heart disease appear to be at higher risk for severe COVID-19 compared to those who are otherwise healthy, a new analysis from the CDC has confirmed.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday said Texas' temporary ban on abortions during the coronavirus pandemic can continue.
A genetically distinct type of greater sage grouse found on the border between Nevada and California is not eligible for protection under the Endangered Species Act, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Tuesday.
Firefighters in England said they had to enlist the help of a local veterinary company to bring in heavy machinery for the rescue of a horse that fell into a dry cesspit.
An Oregon man's $6.3 million lottery jackpot was made all the more lucky by the fact that his ticket was free -- and he almost left it at the store.