We're told malware from China and other countries has been detected on key US computers systems.
Nearly 90-percent of holiday travelers will be on the road; enjoying the lowest gas prices in nearly four years.
Black Friday is no longer the be-all, end-all for holiday bargains.
The city anxiously awaits grand jury decision on possible indictment of Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot unarmed teenager Michael Brown.
Falling roofs and possible flooding threaten snowbound western New York as temperatures climb.
Republicans vow to stop President Obama's immigration reform.
Investigators probe motive of gunman killed after opening fire in Florida State University library.
The Buffalo, New York area is struggling to dig out from nearly six feet of snow as more continues to falls.
President Obama is set to announce executive orders on immigration reform that will allow millions to avoid deportation.
Tonight, President Obama is expected to change the rules on immigration - picking a fight the new Republican Congress has vowed not to ignore.
Baby product manufacturer Graco is recalling almost 5 million strollers to fix a problem that could cause a child’s fingertip to be amputated.
A new website based in Russia is streaming video live from thousands of private webcams around the world, including images of babies and hospital patients.
Florida State University students huddled together in the aisles of a packed campus library early Thursday after a gunman opened fire, injuring three.
‘Failing to get his way in Congress does not give President Obama the right to go around Congress. The American people strongly oppose his executive amnesty, and Republicans will take action to stop it.’
Fewer Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week.
Will a grand jury indict officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown?
President Obama will announce new executive actions on immigration reform during a visit to Las Vegas on Thursday.
Nearly six feet of snow has fallen on the Buffalo, New York area and more is on the way.
A federal agency calls for more protections for users of prepaid cards.
According to a recent survey by Moody's Investors Service, roughly half of universities don't expect tuition to keep up with inflation.
High beef prices have cattle rustlers targeting herds in Florida.
Oregon sisters at risk of losing their parents say debate is about family, security, and basic rights.
Lake effect snow storm dumps massive amounts of snow on Buffalo, with more on the way.
The Keystone XL Oil Pipeline vote failed to pass the Senate, but there is plenty more that Congress has to work on.
Only 28-percent plan to do that shopping in a store, while others will go shop online.
The newspaper says Sharpton and his non-profit group National Action Network have missed payments to hotels, landlords and travel agencies.
The USA Freedom Act grew out of revelations by NSA leaker Edward Snowden.
Tension mounts as Ferguson awaits grand jury decision on possible indictment in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
A Senate vote on the Keystone XL pipeline could set up a possible showdown with President Obama.
Professors find voice-activated recording device hidden in Brigham Young University lecture hall.
Hackers send vile messages to parents of childhood cancer victims after hacking charity's Facebook page and e-mail accounts.
As the Kassig family mourns the death of their son by ISIS militants, lawmakers try to determine if the strategy to fight ISIS is working.
Poll: Americans don't like the Affordable Care Act, even if enrollees do
Dr. Martin Salia loses his fight with Ebola, two days after arriving back in the United States for treatment.
Another arctic cold front is delivering a second blast of wintry weather to much of the country.
A fight over immigration reform is taking shape in Washington.
The nation's first ever legal marijuana auction was held in Prosser, Washington over the weekend.
President Obama reacts to another beheading by the radical Islamic group called ISIS.
Dr. Martin Salia, the third patient brought to Nebraska Medical Center for Treatment, has died.
The State Department shut down the e-mail system and public web sites over the weekend to upgrade security.
The last visit to the US by a sitting Pope was in April 2008, when Pope Benedict traveled to Washington and New York.
Dr. Martin Salia will soon be brought to Nebraska University Medical Center for treatment after contracting Ebola while treating patients in Africa.
House passes a measure allowing construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, setting the stage for a showdown with the Senate and President Obama.
The open enrollment period for next year's coverage opens tomorrow on Healthcare.gov.
Patrick Donahoe has decided to retire in February following 39 years at the agency, according to the USPS.
The report's co-author says the slowdown comes as state governments restore funding to public schools.
The yearly rate for soldiers hospitalized for a psychiatric disorder was 263.9 per 100,000 and the regular Army was 18.5 suicides per 100,000 soldiers.
Security is being tightened ahead of grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case.
The stage is being set for showdowns over immigration reform and the Keystone XL pipeline.
They predict around 45 cents lower than this year.