The American Heart Association has identified seven simple steps to reduce heart disease and stroke, which cause about one-third of all deaths nationwide each year.
The mission crew aboard the International Space Station will conduct an experiment designed by students and researchers from Florida Institute of Technology, part of an investigation into the cause of Alzheimer’s disease.
The International Association of Women Police, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2015, has members from about 60 nations.
The federal law enforcement agency collected nearly $25 billion in fines and penalties from criminal and civil actions in fiscal year 2014, triple the amount collected during the previous year.
The FTC, which was created in 1914, conducts investigations and files lawsuits against companies and individuals accused of violating consumer laws.
A vast majority of Americans believe the Internet has made it easier for them to stay better informed about the world and more connected with friends and family, a new survey has found.
Falling fuel prices and economic growth are expected to boost airline industry profits to $25 billion in 2015, according to an annual outlook by the International Air Transport Association.
Criminal justice reforms are under way at the state and federal level in an attempt to cut the U.S. prison population by reducing sentences for low-level drug offenses.
The proposed Personal Data Notification and Protection Act would require companies to notify customers within 30 days of a network breach that exposed confidential information.
The law enforcement agency’s hiring campaign aims to attract technically trained candidates with bachelor’s degrees to combat the growing and evolving threat from cyber criminals.