Efforts represent latest salvo in broader competition with Amazon, which is also seeking to develop drones as delivery vehicles
Attack that occurred earlier this month appears to be work of criminal hackers, possibly from Russia, sources say
Penetration of generic drugs on the marketplace has increased over 30 years, but drug companies have developed ways to delay generic entry
The former secretary of state at last weighed in on the police shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown
After giving Ray Rice a 2-game suspension for hitting girlfriend, NFL commissioner increases penalties for domestic violence
Federal watchdog warns of phone scams in which consumers are duped into believing a caller is from the IRS or other agency
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Farmers' Almanac predicts a record cold, snowy winter, but meteorologists see other signs
Official says missiles were fired at a border post; NATO releases satellite imagery showing Russian combat troops inside Ukraine
Map delineating "Russia" and "Not Russia" created to help guide Russian troops who keep "accidentally" entering Ukraine
Senior Anthony Brown left the Trojans, accusing coach Steve Sarkisian of being racist, in second controversy surrouning team in as many days
Operators Bullets and Burgers won't face any criminal penalties; officials are calling instructor's death an "industrial accident"
After a hiatus since hitting and killing fellow driver Kevin Ward Jr., the 3-time champion will continue in Sprint Cup competition
Court says state's "Robin Hood" system doesn't provide adequate funding or share it fairly among districts in poor and wealthy areas
French screenwriter Jean-Claude Carriere also named among recipients of Academy's Governors Awards
Police said the suspect posed as a livery cab driver and attempted to sexually assault a woman in front of her three small children early on Sunday in Queens, New York
The president will update the country on ongoing national security issues at 4 p.m.
New York City's beach getaway at night
Budget watchdogs say states should hit the brakes on subsidies they're pondering to win the company's $5 billion battery factory
American Express, perennial champ for customer satisfaction, now has company from different sort of card
The CDC says that while most kids get vaccinated, too many parents fail to follow-up with required booster shots
Trenton Duckett was two when he disappeared on Aug.
Consumer confidence has hit new highs, but the housing market has slowed.
After tens of billions in spending, Internet break-ins keep happening and will probably continue
Accidental falls are the leading cause of injury among the elderly but an experimental therapy could help keep them steady
Steve Sarkisian says he shares responsibility for publicizing fabricated hero story; senior could "potentially" come back during season
Defense Ministry rejects American accusations that Chinese pilot acted dangerously when intercepting U.S.
A look inside the life of comedienne and TV personality Joan Rivers
Police say it's "incredibly dangerous" when someone reports fake emergency, causing police SWAT teams to respond to the scene