U.S. adds fewest jobs in March since December 2013. Is it a warning sign of things to come?
South Carolina man stranded at sea for more than 2 months is finally rescued.
Employers added only 126,000 jobs in March.
Negotiators have hammered out a deal to keep Iran from building a nuclear weapon, but what's less than clear is whether Congress will support it.
Could traffic lights help save the environment?
Iranian officials say they have made progress in nuclear talks but there is more work to do.
Indiana Republican leaders rewrite the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
There has been a recent wave of gender discrimination lawsuits coming out of Silicon Valley. It has shined a light on the tech industry and employment equality.
Alabama infant born without a nose is well enough to go home.
New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez vows to fight charges of corruption.
The Labor Department announced the number of applications for unemployment benefits dropped 20,000 this week to a seasonally adjusted 268,000 applications.
You have less than two weeks to get your taxes filed and if you are dreading your payment to Uncle Sam, keep in mind it could be worse. We have a look at just where the US ranks in the world when it comes to taxes.
A day after the self-imposed deadline, Iran nuclear talks continue.
The list of state legislatures considering passage of Religious Freedom Restoration Act grows.
A new Gallup poll finds nearly one in five Americans take drugs to relax on a regular basis.
The number of incarcerated women with children is on the rise in the US. And some experts say the effects on the children can be lifelong and devastating.
Along with Indiana, other states consider Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Testimony is complete in the trial of accused Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
The destructive online behavior must be deemed a threat to national security, foreign policy or the national financial health and stability.
Deadline looms in Iran nuclear talks.
Indiana feels the impact of Religious Freedom Restoration act.
Congressman Mac Thornberry is in Kiev today and urged President Obama to provide arms to Ukraine, calling its conflict with pro-russian separatists "the most significant threat to peace since the end of WWII."
Iranian nuclear talks resume this morning, and with less than 24 hours until the deadline, the Obama Administration says it's a 50-50 chance there will be a deal.
The U.S. and several other world powers continue intense negotiations with Iran over the future of its nuclear program with a deadline of tomorrow to complete a framework for an agreement.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed the Religious Freedom Restoration act into law Thursday, sparking an outcry from those who say it could be used to protect businesses that refuse to serve gay people.
The Bankrate survey says roughly half of all Americans save 5-percent or less of their incomes.
Jeb Bush continues to lead the pack of 2016 Republican presidential hopefuls.
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina will likely be a Republican contender for the presidency in 2016.
Negotiations with Iran over the nuclear program have hit a snag.
Final passage of the Senate GOP budget came after an all night session where over 50 amendments were considered in a row.
At least two people are still unaccounted for following Thursday's explosion and building collapse in New York City.
Oklahoma University issues report on internal investigation into SAE's racist chant video.
Explosion believed to have been caused by gas leak results in fiery collapse of New York City building.
Lufthansa confirms Andrea Lubitz, the co-pilot suspected of intentionally downing a Germanwings airliner with 150 people on board, trained in Arizona.
Revelations in Germanwings airliner crash draw attention to protocol for cockpit behavior on U.S. flights.
Tornado survivors clear wreckage from first string of deadly storms to strike this season.
Former Taliban hostage could face life in prison for desertion after probe determined he walked away from his post prior to capture.
At least one person is dead after a string of tornadoes swept from Oklahoma City to Tulsa Wednesday.
Levi Pettit, the SAE fraternity member caught on video leading a racist chant, will speak publicly for the first time today.
Bergdahl now faces desertion charges and charges of misbehavior before the enemy.
The report alleged that tests of Chinese-made laminate sold by Lumber Liquidators exceeded California standards for safe formaldehyde levels.
Pedestrian injuries are a leading cause of death for young people in the US.
The bodies of two children were discovered in a freezer inside a Detroit, Michigan apartment.
The Supreme Court resurrected a woman's pregnancy discrimination claim against UPS, sending the case back to a lower court Wednesday.
Surveillance and reconnaissance air missions began Monday.
President Obama welcomes Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to the White House, announces planned troop draw-down will be postponed.
Prosecution nears end of its case against accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
According to the US Department of Transportation, motorists traveled 3.02 trillion miles in 2014.
Sales of new homes rose last month to the fastest pace in seven years.
Department Proposes Changes to "Actively Engaged" Rule