A deadly fungus has rolled across Central America, wiping out an estimated 100 species.
Dubai is known to be among the world's most freewheeling business environment – and one that is attractive to Iranian businesses looking to circumvent Iran sanctions.
A certain type of seaweed can kill corals on contact upon contact by releasing deadly chemicals.
Probably best known for her version of the song 'Stormy Weather,' legendary singer, movie actress and activist Lena Horne has passed away.
In the second Tylenol recall of 2010, an arm of Johnson and Johnson has to refund buyers of over-the-counter drugs because of factory problems.
Counterfeit goods used to be so obvious most people knew if their Rolex was a fake. As the market has turned to the Internet, more consumers are unwittingly buying counterfeit designer handbags - and having gone so far as counterfeit airplane engine parts, it's as much a health and safety issue as an economic one.
The US has yet to ratify its free trade agreement with Colombia, and Colombia's trade minister is in Washington this week to deliver a message: It's costing the US jobs and exports.
Marketing a lumber plantation in Panama, one company uses certified carbon offset claims as a green lure.
In this April 2006 photo released by the National Museum of the Philippines, a golden-spotted monitor lizard rests on a tree trunk in the Sierra Madre mountains, in the Philippines. Scientists said in the Royal Society journal Biology Letters of April 7 that they have discovered a 6.5-foot long golden-spotted monitor lizard, named Varanus bitatawa, in the forested mountains of the Philippines. They have determined it to be a new species.