Heroin-related overdose deaths continue to rise in our country and the largest group of victims is changing.
The highly anticipated trial of Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is underway in Boston.
The Supreme Court weighed arguments over tax subsidies in the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act.
Investigators release 911 calls from $4.8 million gold heist.
Defense attorneys are expected to focus on the relationship between the Tsarnaev brothers in an effort to avoid the death penalty.
New hearing focuses on single clause used to establish health care subsidies.
Obamacare enrollees who got subsidies based on 2014 income estimates may have tax refunds delayed for IRS review.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers controversial speech to joint meeting of Congress.
As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton used only a personal email address to conduct government business, possibly violating requirements that her emails be preserved.
A new government report finds crashes are the leading cause of on-the-job deaths among truck drivers.
Over $4 million in gold was stolen from a transportation company's truck in Wilson County, North Carolina on Sunday.
A senior state department officials confirms that Clinton instead used a personal email account for the four years she served.
Ebola survivor Nancy Writebol plans to return to Liberia; nurse Nina Pham sues hospital where she contracted deadly disease.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at AIPAC ahead of his address to Congress.
Identity theft remains the top concern of American consumers.
Tax refund season has many Americans wondering what they should do with their refund check.
Lawmakers are still working to find compromise on Homeland Security funding or face another shutdown.
Leonard Nimoy, who played "Spock" on Star Trek, died at his Los Angeles home today.
The amendment was approved unanimously, Thursday.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol has confirmed that nine people are dead in the community of Tyrone in Texas County.
The IRS says the average tax refund is up this year, with 83-percent of filers so far getting cash back.
313,000 people applied for unemployment last week.
Federal Communications Commission votes to regulate internet as a public utility.
Masked ISIS executioner identified as a former London resident, a reminder that many militants hold western passports.
Storm dumps snow from Mississippi to Maryland.
Old, rotten food is part of a growing $400 billion problem.
California family prays for family members kidnapped by ISIS forces in Syria.
We are in the middle of tax season and this year there is some good news as you gather all the documents needed to file your return.
The voter-approved measure allows adults 21-and-over to possess two ounces or less and grow up to six marijuana plants at a primary residence.
A recent report suggests drones cost $28,000 per arrest.
Later today, the FCC is expected to approve new rules that -- depending on which side you believe -- either ensures a fair Internet or smothers it with unnecessary regulation.
Three New York men accused of attempting to fly overseas in effort to join ISIS.
Many pedestrians are boldly walking into busy intersections distracted by electronic devices.
High above the Earth's atmosphere, US astronauts Terry Virts and Barry "Butch" Wilmore were floating outside the international space station for an over six-and-a-half-hour spacewalk.
The Commerce Department says there were 481,000 last month.
8.8 to 18.8 million non-Anthem customers may be at risk, according to a statement from Anthem.
The state passed a law that prohibits stores from giving single-use plastic bags for free to consumers.
Family of Chad Littlefield, killed alongside "American Sniper" Chris Kyle, says they're glad justice has finally been served following murder conviction of Eddie Ray Routh.
A Texas jury has convicted Eddie Ray Routh of murdering "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle and friend Chad Littlefield.
Recreational use is now legal, but the state government is still working to determine where and how it can be consumed.
A guilty verdict in the murder of Chris Kyle the man depicted in the box office blockbuster American Sniper.
For the first time in five years, President Obama has used his veto pen to send back a piece of Congressional legislation that would have allowed construction of the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline.
Some mixed messages on the home sales front.
Fragmented storms drop snow from the Rockies to the Carolinas.
Senate works to pass Homeland Security funding bill derailed by immigration fight.
After the war, Turing was convicted of being gay under what was called the gross indecency law and was chemically castrated despite that he was considered a national war hero for breaking the code.
She left an average of $4.36 per lost tooth.
Chances of an individual taxpayer getting audited by the IRS are dropping.
Voters approved the move to join Colorado and Washington in legalizing pot.
Details of the stamp's design will be unveiled at a later date.