The Department Of The Interior says it did not report spending for many of its programs because its accounting systems weren't compatible with the website.
After a 10-year chase taking it billions of miles across the solar system, the Rosetta spacecraft made history Wednesday as it became the first probe to rendezvous with a comet on its journey around the sun.
Summit with African leaders could increase U.S. business ties with the continent.
Ebola patient Nancy Writebol arrives in Atlanta; husband says she's "improving".
Western states deal with extreme weather.
Both Americans infected with the deadly Ebola virus are back in the U.S., undergoing treatment at Emory University Hospital.
Nancy Writebol, the second American battling the deadly Ebola virus, arrives back in the United States.
Several leaders from nations in Africa have gathered in DC for one of the largest international gatherings ever in Washington.
Dr. Kent Brantly continues his recovery in Atlanta; Nancy Writebol will be flown to the United States on Tuesday.
A Minnesotan is perhaps the first ever non-African to survive Ebola. Dr. Tom Cairns had the virus before it even had a name.
Surrogate mom vows to take care of ill twin 'abandoned' by parents.
Dr. Kent Brantly's recovery continues in Atlanta; Nancy Writebol will soon be evacuated as well.
Publishers are behind a push to begin moving the demand for used textbook sales into digital textbooks.
The poll was released Sunday by NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist College.
Congress delays summer recess in attempt to finish last-minute business; President Obama chastises them for inaction.
American aid workers infected with Ebola will be brought to the U.S. for treatment.
Tech companies have quietly complied with government surveillance orders, mostly because US law prohibits them from revealing such requests.
Even the smallest debit card purchases are costing customers big fees to the tune of about 17 percent.
Sudanese woman sentenced to death for her Christian faith is back on U.S. soil.
Most Americans still say that the economy is in poor shape, but the number who say that conditions are good continues its slow but steady increase.
One of two Americans in Africa currently infected with the deadly Ebola virus will be brought to Atlanta for Treatment.
A recent increase in cases of injury or death to children who are left in hot cars have hit the new recently, sending entrepreneurs scrambling to create devices to cut down on these instances.
Lawmakers were supposed to be away on break, but they can't agree on immigration.
New Report labels California drought worst in history.
According to a new Pew Research Survey, hispanics are divided over what to do with unaccompanied children entering the US from Central America.
Many parents are cutting costs in areas like student housing and textbooks.
Two Americans infected with Ebola worsen; new travel warnings issued.
New Government Accountability Office report details failures that led to botched roll-out of Healthcare.gov.
Time to pass crucial bills is running out as Congress summer break approaches.
Latest drought report expected to show no relief for parched western states.
As lawmakers leave Washington for the Summer Break, there is still a lot left on the table.
Conservative Republicans have been pretty tough on Lois Lerner over the IRS targeting scandal.
Can the United States really secure its southern border, to keep drug smugglers, criminals and undocumented migrants out?
Lawmakers work to push through bills on border security and VA reform ahead of their summer break.
Deadly Ebola outbreak in Africa has U.S. health care workers on high alert; Charlotte hospital closes E.R. to evaluate patient who was later cleared.
Despite the National Do-Not-Call Registry and rules concerning robocalls, consumers in the US still get a lot of unwanted phone calls.
The top idea will receive $5,000, and the runners up will receive $2,500.
Only one small vehicle tested in new round of "overlap front crash" tests achieves a "Good" rating.
The U.S. waits to hear a reaction from Moscow as new tougher sanctions go into effect.
Next week marks 69 years since Van Kirk navigated a US B-29 Superfortress called the Enola Gay over Hiroshima, Japan.
New numbers show that winter wasn't as bleak as reported. The economy shrank 2.1-percent, rather than the 2.9 originally reported.
Malaysia Airlines flight 17, Transasia Airways flight 222 and Air Algerie flight 5017.
If they can't agree on a plan, state officials across the country have said they would have to freeze or cancel hundreds of highway and bridge projects.
New GOP plan would send more National Guard troops to the border, increase deportation of children.
1 in 3 U.S. adults have 'debt in collections'.
Officials are concerned that Ebola outbreak in West Africa could make it to U.S. shores.
Dangerous storms push into the Northeast; tornadoes hit Tennessee and lightning claims a life in California.
There are still nearly two months of summer left and your air conditioner might need a mid-summer tune up. But there is a something you need to know about air conditioning before you make a call for repairs or replacements.
The United Nations is urging Israel and Palestine to stop the violence, but neither side shows any signs of backing down.
Findings raise security concerns for the U.S. government.