Nearly a half million cylindrical devices used to muffle gunfire were sold in 2013.
President Obama visits survivors of Washington's deadly mudslide.
U.S. Supreme court upholds Michigan ban on using race as a factor in college admissions.
The Supreme Court hears a case today that could impact how you watch television.
Vice President Joe Biden arrives in Ukraine for security talks.
How well does your state treat infertile couples? A new report breaks down the details.
Hickory Farms Issues Allergy Alert on Chipotle Ranch Sauce Due to Undeclared Milk.
Runners return for the 118th Boston Marathon, one year after a bomb attack killed three and wounded dozens more.
Whole Foods Market Southwest Region is recalling mini butter croissants because they contain eggs, an undeclared allergen.
Vice President Joe Biden heads to the Ukraine as new bloodshed in the region fuels a more intense search for a diplomatic solution for the region.
A just released study shows technology is breathing new life into a whole new generation of Americans...senior.
GOP House group takes in $21 million, outraised by Dems in first quarter.
President Obama says the debate over repealing Obamacare should end because the law is working, but Republicans are intent on on holding Democrats responsible, pointing to higher premiums and some Americans losing their healthcare.
Panel says climate change could radically shake up global coffee growing industry.
The Michaels' subsidiary Aaron Brothers was also hacked.
As tensions rise in Ukraine, Secretary of State John Kerry meets with E.U. leaders on possible solutions.
Attorney General Eric Holder attends memorial service for three victims of Jewish center Shooting.
The telephone survey was continued April 13-15 among more than one thousand voters.
NATO moves planes and ships to the Ukraine to try and prevent more conflict in the area as Secretary of State John Kerry holds talks.
Are you ready for a lime shortage? Your next margarita may come without the "Green Gold". A shortage of limes has the price of the fruit skyrocketing.
The activist group Judicial Watch released e-mails that show former IRS official Lois Lerner in talks with the Justice Department to investigate some tax-exempt organizations for possible fraud.
One lot of Tea Tree Mouthwash failed microbial contamination testing.
Health Matters America Inc. of Cheektowaga, New York is recalling specific lots of Organic Traditions Brand Dark Chocolate Golden Berries And Dark Chocolate Sacha Inchi Seeds because they were found to contain undeclared milk. People who have an allergy to milk run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.
Surging home prices have helped nearly two million homeowners get back above water on their mortgages over the past year.
The College Board previews the new SAT test for high schoolers.
Billionaire Michael Bloomberg announced today he plans to spend $50 million to fight the National Rifle Association and its stance on gun rights.
The Center for Auto Safety today revealed that it has discovered that GM had designed two ignition switches in 2001 for the Saturn Ion and Chevrolet Cobalt but opted for the less expensive design.
Personal data theft online is on the rise.
The IRS simply doesn't have the staff anymore to closely inspect every return.
Study: Air pollution in Asia could have impact on global weather patterns.
As tensions rise in Ukraine, so do tensions between Russia and the United States.
Top U.S. officials meet with officials from Ukraine on growing tensions in that country.
With a severe drought ravaging farms across most of California, experts say prices could rise even more.
Currently there are no restrictions on how e-cigarette makers advertise and promote their products.
Customers can now choice from three new grilled chicken entrees: A grilled chicken sandwich, a grilled chicken club and grilled chicken nuggets.
Preparations are well underway for tomorrow's running of the Boston Marathon.
Towns in Eastern Ukraine brace for military action.
Presidnet Obama selects Syvlia Mathews Burwell to replace outgoing Health & Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
Spirit generated about three times more complaints per passenger than any other airline.
JPMorgan chase is the nation's largest bank by assets.
Rival carriers typically charge $130 extra for 4G devices.
Tax season isn't even over, and the IRS is already starting to chase after hundreds of new identity thieves.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius steps down.
President Obama speaks at the ongoing Civil Rights Summit.
‘These aren’t rape kits that need to be tested. These are lives that need to be given back to their owners.’
According to GasBuddy analysts, the rise in prices will likely persist for several more weeks.
The "Heartbleed" Bug is a major security flaw in a widely used software that usually protects your personal information.
Four American Presidents, including President Obama have gathered to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
The products will be sold at the same price as non-organic brands and 25 percent less than organic national brands currently sold at Walmart.
Congress reviews security ahead of upcoming Boston Marathon.
As the situation continues to deteriorate in the Ukraine, D.C. lawmakers grapple with their next steps as sanctions have been largely ineffective.
President Obama announces moves to strengthen enforcement of equal pay laws for women.
Report finds taxpayers are getting ripped off by unqualified and unethical tax return preparers.
Ongoing summit marks 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
President Obama brings Equal Pay Activist Lily Ledbetter back to the White House to watch him sign some equal pay executive orders.
Ford announces two recalls affecting 435,000 vehicles
Deadly weather sweeps across the southeastern United States.
Analysts say overall the US airline industry saw an overall improvement in 2013 over 2012.
Recalled products were sold in all 50 states and in some parts of Canada to distributors, retailers and consumers.
Program turns shelter animals into therapy dogs for veterans suffering PTSD.
On Tuesday the President will sign two orders.
A new survey indicates 15.6% of Americans don't have health insurance, marking the lowest rate since 2008.
New study out looks at the impact of electronic devices on the iconic American institutions, libraries.
The annual event is where Apple gives the press and developers a peek at its latest projects.
After the vote the bill faces an uncertain future in the house.
192,000 new jobs were added in March, but economists expected more.
The product was distributed to retailers nationwide.
Authorities are trying to figure out a motive for Wednesday's shooting at Fort Hood in Texas.
The Senate Intelligence Committee voted to release a secret government report.
There is a big decision weighing on those of us receiving tax refunds this year: how to spend the money.
Manufacturers push lawmakers for legislation they claim would help create more jobs for Americans.
The agency has already paid out 73 million million dollars in tax refunds so far.
The President and Democrats are looking to push a wage hike through, but Republicans are resisting.
It marks the first such month in more than seven years and just the third time since the war began more than 12 years ago.
Eight cities remaining in the running to host the 2016 Republican National Convention will be thinned down Wednesday.
President Obama campaigns for minimum wage increase; Republicans launch new push against Obamacare, Medicaid, and food stamps.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra faces a second day of lawmakers' questions on recent recalls triggered by deadly crashes.
They say the NSA used a legal "loophole" for "intrusive surveillance practices."
White House officials say not everyone who has selected a health plan has yet paid for it.
Congress grills General Motors executives over failure to report safety concerns at center of recent recalls.
Now that the sign-up deadline has passed, what happens to the millions still in need of health insurance?
High frequency US stock trading firms under DOJ scrutiny.
The CEO of General Motors will be on the hot seat when she testifies on Capitol Hill about faulty ignition switches that may have killed more than a dozen drivers.
New report shows global warming is a looming threat to health, the economy and food and water sources.
The rush to sign up is on as midnight deadline approaches.
Tonight is the deadline to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act- commonly known as "Obamacare".
For you parents who have young adult children living with you, new data shows they're still not ready to move out yet.
With Monday's deadline fast approaching, many are in a last minute rush to sign up for Obamacare.
As search crews look for Malaysia flight 370 and its voice and data recorders, the NTSB today briefed reporters on how it analyzes data from crashes when the "black boxes" - cockpit voice and flight data recorders - are recovered, even those submerged in water.
General Motors is ordering dealers to stop selling most Chevrolet Cruzes already on lots but they're not explaining the reason why.
March 31st is the last day to get health care or face a penalty.
Veterans place flags on National Mall to draw attention to troubling military suicide rate.
It's another salvo in the ongoing fast-food breakfast war: McDonald's announced Friday that it will offer customers nationwide a free cup of McCafe coffee for two weeks.
Couples are spending more on weddings than ever before.
Amazon might be taking a page from television broadcasters as it expands its streaming TV service and commissions more original shows.
Congress considers bill offering aid to Ukraine.
More than 6 million people have signed up for Obamacare, a symbolic victory after the program's difficult rollout.
President Obama meets with Pope Francis Today.
Microsoft's long-running operating system, Windows XP, expires on April 8. What should consumers still using XP do?
Bipartisan group of senators urges President Obama to approve Keystone XL pipeline, saying it's vital to national security.
Is spring the right time to get into the housing market?
King, maker of the popular online game Candy Crush Saga, begins trading Wednesday.
President Obama is in Belgium emphasizing the need for the U.S. and Europe to work together to fight international threats.
U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) issued a statement after the White House extended the March 31st Obamacare enrollment deadline.
The committee is investigating the alleged targeting of tea party groups seeking tax exempt status.
Attorney General Eric Holder announced the changes today in a video message posted on the Justice Department's website.
Malaysian officials say plane went down in Indian Ocean; ships and planes focus on new search area.
The countdown is on towards the March 31 sign-up deadline for the Affordable Care Act.
President Obama is in Netherlands this morning to meet with world leaders and discuss among other things, Russia's actions to take over Crimea.
‘Sanctions alone aren’t enough.’
Crews continue their search for missing Malaysian Airlines jetliner.
Conestoga Wood Specialties and Hobby Lobby have each filed lawsuits taking issue with the part of the law that requires for-profit employers of a certain size to offer insurance benefits for birth control and other reproductive health services without a co-pay.
The return of March Madness means a renewal of a familiar concern: the loss of workplace productivity.
Days before the 20th anniversary, Seattle Police release new photos in the suicide of singer Kurt Cobain.
Officials say rough weather is hampering the search for possible pieces of Malaysia Airlines jet.
The search for Malaysian Flight 370 continues, but the search area is one of the most remote parts of the Indian Ocean.
Many outdoor power equipment makers are exploring alternate fuel sources.
The move is in response to disclosures about government surveillance made by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
For the first time in years, some small lenders are offering subprime mortgages to borrowers who pose a higher credit risk, typically people with credit scores below 640.
Australian satellite spots what may be wreckage from missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370.
Spring is here and with it comes the threat of flooding.
Authorities are looking into whether an object picked up by satellite in the Indian Ocean is a piece of missing Malaysian Flight.
Crimean militia take Ukrainian naval base; Vice President Biden issues another warning to Vladimir Putin.
Automaker agrees to massive settlement to resolve investigation into unintended acceleration.
The Crimea conflict is far from over, and the costs are starting to mount.
The NSA would not comment on the specifics but says it uses a variety of tools to identify threats.
Fraudulent Tax-Themed Messages
President Obama pushes to expand overtime pay for millions of workers.
Initial unemployment claims fell by 9,000 to 315,000 last week, the lowest number it's been since November.
The encryption will make it more challenging for countries such as china to censor user searches and track what citizens are viewing.
The new Ukrainian Prime Minister makes the rounds on Capitol Hill as some lawmakers head to the Ukraine to strengthen ties with the new government.
The issue cited in the recall is linked to 12 deaths and at least 31 crashes over the past decade.
He says penalties would still be tough for violent criminals while finding ways to reduce the costs of the federal prison system.
President Obama meets with Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk to discuss the deepening crisis in Ukraine.
How has life changed in the 25 years since the World Wide Web was invented?
President Obama meets with the new Prime Minister of the Ukraine to talk about the country's future.
The move could bring opposition from small business groups.
The number of American adults taking drugs for ADHD nearly doubling from 2008 to 2012.
Senator Dianne Feinstein accuses CIA of illegally searching computer files of Senate Select Intelligence Committee.
Disease and drought cause rise in meat prices.
The U.S. is aiding Malaysian officials is trying to find a missing Boeing 777 jet, as the search enters its fourth day.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden addresses the SXSW music festival by video-conference.
Public safety officials announce new plans for increased security at the upcoming Boston Marathon.
Search continues for missing Malaysian airliner.
Forget clipping coupons. Try easier ways to save at the supermarket.
Marchers mark the 49th anniversary of the historic Selma Bridge Crossing and call for renewed protections of voter rights.
Environmentalists have advice for consumers on what they should do before the country's drought drives up food prices.
When it comes to paying for college, every dollar counts but new nationwide research shows that our country's high school seniors are not doing all they can to get the financial aid they might need.
Theannouncement came just two days after rival T-Mobile increased its prices for a plan offering unlimited data.
President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin remain entrenched on their opposing positions on the Ukrainian crisis following hour long phone conversation.
Fallout continues over changes in the ways consumers can earn and redeem air miles.
New proposed legislation hopes to give airlines more flexibility when advertising ticket prices.
The Federal Aviation Administration had fined the pilot $10,000 for remotely operating a drone to film video for the University of Virginia Medical Center in 2011.
The "safe balance" account will stop customers from taking out more than they have in their account at ATM's, while paying bills online or making purchases at places like retailers or restaurants.
The improved job market in February could help the long-termed unemployed.
President Obama calls for international monitors in Ukraine, says Russia's actions violate international law.
Chris Christie, Ted Cruz and other prominent GOP leaders among the speakers at Conservative Political Action Conference underway in Washington.
The College Board has announced major changes to the Scholastic Aptitude Test, one of the key factors for college admission.
In his State of the Union address, President Obama urged mayors, governors and state legislators not to wait for Congress to raise the minimum wage, and to take action into their own hands. And local politicians have been doing just that.
Staples hopes to save 500 million dollars a year through the closings and other cost cutting measures.
Target continues to take action in the wake of the massive holiday data breach, while other retailers take note.
Bipartisan bill may give relief to homeowners burdened by skyrocketing flood insurance rates.
Top Republicans say they'll support economic sanctions against Russia as punishment for aggression in Ukraine.
Hackers tapped into an online portal for vendors and stole the information of 110-million Target customers last year.
NASA says tensions with Russia highlight the need for independent U.S. space launches.
Secretary of State John Kerry will visit with Russia's Foreign Minister today in Paris.
This one would effectively push back the individual mandate by one year, reducing the penalty for not buying insurance -- to zero.
Scientists predict avocado shortage years down the road
President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry push back on Russia's actions in Ukraine.
Cold rain puts a damper on parades in New Orleans as Carnival season comes to a close.
U.S. warns Russia against further military action against Ukraine.
Experts blame rising demand in China and cold weather across the US is making it more expensive for farmers to keep dairy cattle.
Russia appears to be ignoring the U.S. and its allies request to stay out of the Ukraine.
The numerous security breaches at corporations and universities recently has provided us all enough reasons to check our credit reports. but if this happened to you, would you know who to contact? We have a look at these sorts of crediting errors and the people responsible for resolving them.
Free checking is quickly disappearing at the country's largest banks, but credit unions are still offering the accounts.
Apps made up 47-percent of web traffic and mobile browsers eight-percent.
Data shows that's the most for privately funded travel in a decade.
Car manufacturers are cutting costs and increasing fuel mileage in a surprising way.
President Putin claims, Russian Troops amass on the border of the Ukraine for training exercises but Ukrainians fear Russia wants to take over the country.
The new rules, which would go into effect two years after they are finalized, are redesigned to make it clearer for Americans to know how many calories they are consuming.
According to USA Today, a spokesman for GM says the automaker "will cooperate fully" with the investigation.
NASA expects the next batch of data will reveal even more planets.
Concern over the vulnerability of such large networks has been high since a massive credit card data hack at Target late last year.
A spokesman for the airline says it is adopting the policy of its merger partner US Airways.
Avoid these common pitfalls at any stage of a relationship. Karin Caifa has our Consumer Watch.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and four states announce enforcement actions against "for-profit schools" accused of using predatory lending practices against students.
President Obama threatens to pull all U.S. forces from Afghanistan in new security agreement isn't signed.
President Obama presents an ultimatum to Afghan President Hamid Karzai.
President Obama announced plans to reform the agency after leaks by former contractor Edward Snowden raised privacy concerns over the NSA's surveillance programs.
Budget cuts from $966-million to $805-million are blamed for the move.
The carrier will soon base frequent flyer rewards on the fares customers actually pay instead of the miles they travel.
The numbers show a low number of younger people signing up, only about 27 percent of enrollees.
New study shows a sharp decrease in obesity rates of kids ages 2-5.
Bitterly cold temperatures sweep through the upper Midwest, bound for the East Coast.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel heads to Norfolk to defend deep military cuts.
The nations governors meet with President Obama as part of their winter conference.
Secretary of Defense outlines massive budget cuts aimed at shrinking the U.S. Military.
The decision not to intervene now means the state and federal laws at issue will remain in effect.
Google's executive chairman says he wants to give the world a one million dollar technology upgrade.