September 2008 Headlines
The attorneys general of 13 states are challenging President Bush's plan to protect doctors who refuse to perform abortions.
The Centers for Disease Control is advising a record number of Americans to get a flu shot this fall. They report about 86 percent of the population or 261 million people will need to be innoculated.
Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Flickr -- these are only a few of the social networking sites available to Internet users.
China's product quality boss resigned Monday in the wake of the tainted baby formula scandal that has sickened nearly 53,000 infants and caused the deaths of four infants.
China's tainted dairy products continue to concern consumers.
Scientists are warning there's no such thing as a safe tan. They say the exposure to the sun actually damages the body's DNA.
A chemical found in some bottling products and food wrappings is causing debate over consumer safety.
Scientists are calling the first tests of their new atomic particle collider a success.