April 16, 2014—Kia Motors revealed a 2015 Sedona minivan that has more passenger room, a smaller engine and a radical redesign that matches the aggressive styling that the automaker applied to the rest of its vehicles in recent years.
April 17, 2014—Men who undergo circumcision when they are 35 or older significantly reduce their risk of developing prostate cancer compared with uncircumcised men, according to a study that University of Montreal conducted.
April 15, 2014—Research that Journal of the American Medical Association published today indicates that women who have a high body mass index (BMI) before or during early pregnancy increase the likelihood of fetal death, infant death and stillbirth.
March 27, 2014—Federal Trade Commission proposed changes to its Fuel Rating Rule today that recognizes a new octane-rating method and revises requirements for blends of gasoline that have more than 10 percent ethanol.
April 16, 2014—Federal Trade Commission settled a lawsuit with a key operator of an Internet scam that raked in millions of dollars by luring consumers into trial memberships for bogus government-grant and money-making programs.
April 14, 2014—A federal court ordered the operators of an immigration-services scam to pay up to $616,203 in refunds to Spanish-speaking immigrants who were deceived into paying for services that the company wasn’t authorized or qualified to provide.