What Celebrity Deaths Teach Us About Surviving Our 50s

If the recent rash of celebrity deaths have taught us anything it’s that surviving your 50s can be hard.

Airline Employees Strip for Safety

Air New Zealand is taking it down to the bare essentials

American Apparel Investigated for Hiring Illegal Workers

American Apparel, a clothing company that prides itself on its made-in-America label, is under investigation by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Services for hiring illegal workers.

Chantix, Zyban to Warn of Suicide, Depression Risk

The Food and Drug Administration will require two smoking-cessation drugs, Chantix and Zyban, to carry the agency's strongest safety warning over side effects including depression and suicidal thoughts.

Ford Sales Down 11 Percent. GM, Toyota 33 Percent

Ford Motor Co. on Wednesday called its 10.7 percent drop in U.S. June sales "steady progress," after a year of sharp declines across the industry.

Ex-Professor Gets 4 Years for Passing Military Secrets

A federal judge sentenced a retired University of Tennessee professor to four years in prison Wednesday for passing sensitive information from a U.S. Air Force contract to two research assistants from China and Iran.

Michael Jackson's Will Filed in Court, Excludes Debbie Rowe

Michael Jackson's will has been filed in a Los Angeles court. The will, dated July 7, 2002, says Jackson chose not to provide for his former wife Debbie Rowe.