Police cite day care worker over melatonin
Police in Montrose say a day care worker allegedly gave melatonin sleep-aid tablets to as many as 35 children.
Students kept in tiny, isolated rooms for weeks
Burkina Faso's parliament burned
Anger at the president of Burkina Faso's attempt to lengthen his stay in power has boiled over in the form of protests and the burning of parliament.
Liberian Ebola rate slows, WHO stresses caution
The World Health Organization says the spread of Ebola in Liberia has slowed but also warns the disease is not yet under control.
4 dead, 5 injured in KS airport plane crash
Four people are dead after a small plane crashed into an airport in Wichita, Kansas.
Vatican defrocks 3 Cincinnati priests
The Vatican permanently removed three priests in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati this week after allegations of improper.
Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'I'm proud to be gay'
In a column for Bloomberg Businessweek, Apple's CEO Tim Cook has answered questions about his sexual orientation.
Black Friday ads already beginning to roll out
With about a month until the Black Friday shopping sales, sale information is starting to appear online.
U.S. to spend $7.4 billion on Halloween
Americans will spend $350 million on Halloween costumes for their pets and a whopping $2.8 billion on themselves.
ShopSmart: Grocery deals this week: milk & steak
What are the best grocery deals this week? We have a wrapup.
Hacker-proof your credit cards and bank account
Target, Home Depot, Michaels Stores, Chase Bank. Every week, it seems, another well known retailer or bank is hit by a hacker attack.
FTC sues Gerber over claims on infant formula
Federal regulators are suing baby food-maker Gerber for claiming that its Good Start Gentle formula can prevent or reduce allergies in children.