Arcane and lengthy point system ranks would-be members of the suburban Washington, D.C., neighborhood pool, including the family of the Olympic champion.
The ability of Mylan to raise EpiPen’s list price by nearly 550% over the past eight years underscores the pricing power drug companies enjoy for iconic brands facing little competition.
Stocks in Europe and Asia mostly drifted lower, following modest losses on Wall Street, while market attention was focused on the Federal Reserve’s annual Jackson Hole meeting.
China's growth has long outpaced Europe's. Now its stocks have, too.
Governments, investors and car owners around the world are gaining ground in efforts to pressure Volkswagen for settlements over its diesel emissions-cheating scandal.
Despite a backdrop of political turmoil and an Olympics punctuated with issues for the host country, Brazil closed the 2016 Olympic Games on an upbeat note.
Some small companies that dropped group health insurance for their employees are reversing course, driven by a tightening labor market and the rising cost of individual coverage.
Images from a Rio gas station taken the morning Ryan Lochte and three other U.S. Olympic swimmers were allegedly robbed at gunpoint appeared to undermine their story, as police said their original testimony was false.
Brianna Rollins, Nia Ali and Kristi Castlin, who described themselves as a “dream team” coming into these Games, went 1-2-3 in the final, with Rollins crossing in 12.48 seconds.
The collapse of Britain’s hedgehog population has spawned a proliferation of only-in-England jobs, paid and unpaid positions for people willing to protect the spiky national symbol.
U.S. stocks and government bond yields rose Friday, as Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen said the case for an increase in short-term interest rates has strengthened in recent months.
Mylan responded to backlash over the price of its EpiPen by promising to reduce the costs that some patients pay, though stopped short of saying it would cut prices.
Mylan became the latest pharmaceutical company to face outrage about higher drug costs after the company’s substantial price increases for the EpiPen emergency allergy treatment.
A sweep of academics on the outs with the president, including associates of imam Fethullah Gulen, is part of a long-running split between the nation’s urban elite and conservative-Muslim interior.
Swimwear apparel company Speedo, Ralph Lauren and other sponsors have dropped their endorsement deals with Ryan Lochte in the wake of the Olympic swimmer’s Rio robbery scandal.
The WSJ medal predictions underestimated the American Olympic team, as well as the British, and overestimated the Australians in Rio.
U.S. Olympic swimmer James Feigen agreed to pay $10,800 to a charity in Brazil to avoid charges in the robbery scandal involving him and three teammates.
Global stocks mostly rose, even as shares in Japan suffered under a stronger yen, with European advances led by gains in energy and mining companies.
A Brazilian judge authorized an investigation into whether U.S. Olympic swimmers Ryan Lochte and Jimmy Feigen could have broken the law by giving a false account of an alleged armed robbery.
Not even Usain Bolt is a guarantee of strong turnout at the Rio Games, which have been plagued by lackluster ticket sales.
The continuous stream of charming, callous and menacing posts by President Ramzan Kadyrov and his supporters shows how social media can be as much a tool of repression as of liberation.
Cyber thieves are increasingly hacking into consumer bank accounts through customers’ mobile phones.
The death toll in the 6.2-magnitude earthquake that struck central Italy early Wednesday rose to 247 people, Italy’s Civil Protection Agency early on Thursday.
Tesla Motors announced it will sell a battery capable of taking an electric car 315 miles on a charge, the first time an auto maker is providing that much electric range in a vehicle, the company said.
Top auto-parts suppliers Delphi Automotive and Mobileye are joining forces to develop a fully autonomous-driving system that car makers could begin placing in their vehicles beginning in 2019.
Kevin Durant scored 30 points to lead Team USA to a 96-66 gold-medal rout of Serbia in the Olympic men’s basketball final.
Anchoring the Jamaican men’s 4x100 relay team to victory, star sprinter Usain Bolt earned his third Olympic gold for his third consecutive Games.
Brazilian authorities detained two American Olympians, as police escalated an investigation into an alleged armed robbery of U.S. Olympic star Ryan Lochte and three other swimmers.
Brother of a suicide bomber is part of a largely Muslim squad that offers a snapshot of Europe’s hopes and fears in an age of upheaval.
The 29-year-old became the first U.S. woman to ever medal in the Olympic 1,500 meters, a feat that the likes of Mary Decker Slaney and Suzy Favor Hamilton, for all their talent and acclaim, never accomplished.