The FDA urged pediatricians to temporarily stop using the vaccine after discovering that doses were contaminated with bits of an apparently benign pig virus.
A city maintenance worker was exposed to high levels of nitrogen when he lost consciousness and fell about 30 feet into a manhole above a sewer line.
Shanghai 's Higher People's Court has rejected appeals by three former employees of mining giant Rio Tinto of sentences for corruption and stealing commercial secrets.
The EPA's decision to allow BP to shoot massive amounts of dispersing chemicals deep underwater may help protect vital marshes and wetlands on the Gulf Coast, but would shift the problem to deep-sea reefs.
BP said a mile-long tube was funneling crude from a blown well to a tanker ship after three days of wrestling to get the stopgap measure into place.
U.S. leaders want China's clean energy boom to drive technology exports, but Beijing wants to create its own suppliers and is limiting access to its market.
Company probe finds problems with a second rig, which one official warned could 'lead to catastrophic operator error,' records and interviews show.
A 10-year survey into the link between cell phone use and two types of brain cancer has proved inconclusive, according to report to be published Tuesday.
Lake City Army Ammunition Plant to produce about 1.5 billion rounds of small-caliber ammunition and undergo $244 million modernization program to keep up with demand.
General Motors says it earned $865 million from January through March, a strong sign GM has reversed course from staggering losses...
( American Physical Society ) Magnetic stripes hint at the origin of superconductivity in ceramics.
GF Piping Systems has expanded its large-diameter size range for the Type 567 butterfly valve to include sizes 14 through 16 inches.
According to Air Science, its PURAIR 5 ductless fume hood contributes a high level of operator protection where routine work is being carried out.
How KLEENLine designed and built the fastest retractable conveyor system, which operate at speeds up to 1000 feet per minute.
James Delayo, New York City’s former chief crane inspector, is headed to up to six years in prison because 10 grand in sweaty money was too much to pass up. It’s time to contemplate pricing.