The head of China's National Bureau of Statistics is being investigated for alleged discipline violations.
U.K. graffiti artist Banksy has created a new work in London to protest the alleged use of teargas on migrant camps in Calais.
New York City's tentative property assessment for fiscal year 2017 had crossed $1 trillion for the first time ever.
The US spends $80 billion a year on child welfare services, but too much goes to outdated, inefficient models.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are also locked in a tight race in Iowa, while Ted Cruz is gaining on Donald Trump, a new poll shows.
The State Department released 5,500 more pages of Hillary Clinton's emails. NBC News reports.
New standards could require more identification in the airport
Populations of large bird species are generally on the rise in North America, creating the potential for more dangerous strikes.
The inspector general for the Federal Reserve is warning that a key database needs more cybersecurity protections.
Mission gets called off after failure of key instruments to measure seismic activity
Its time to take some of the drama out of the data-access process in fighting terrorism, says former Homeland Security Chief Michael Chertoff.
Scientists are conducting an experiment to farm the crop on the Red Planet.
Now is the time to make smart year-end tax decisions so you can keep more of your dollars working toward your financial objectives.
A lawmaker has introduced a bill that would make it as tough for men to obtain Viagra as it is for women to gain access to abortion services.
The Federal Aviation Administration announces new rules requiring drone owners to register in a national database.
Hillary Clinton would beat Donald Trump in a head-to-head matchup but could lose to Marco Rubio or Ben Carson, an NBC poll finds.
U.S. Energy Secretary tells CNBC in an interview that use of wind and solar power is set to surge, and it will become less costly.
The Indian government may implement a new measure to allow cars to be run on alternate days.
Australia says there is little doubt that the cyber attack came from China.
The Fed should go slow in raising rates, a top U.S. central banker said on Tuesday.