Since January employers have added 2.65 million jobs, making 2014 the best year for hiring since 1999.
Would-be burglar killed when 14-year-old opens fire.
After 18 months of secret talks the U.S. and Cuba are putting the past behind them.
The magazine Kiplinger's Personal Finance released its "Best College Value" list. Combining the rankings of public, private, and liberal art schools into a single list as well as separately.
Many of the children were beaten, starved or left to drown.
35 people were executed over the course of the year; that's the lowest number in two decades.
President Obama yesterday announced an historic deal to loosen a diplomatic freeze with Cuba yesterday.
A major development in the Sony hacking case. U.S. investigators have determined hackers working for North Korea were behind the cyber-attack and an announcement could come as soon as today.
President Obama announces major shift in U.S.-Cuba relations.
EPA announces new rules regulation coal ash storage and disposal that will impact 33 states.
Theater chains are cancelling planned showings of "The Interview" following more threats from group that hacked Sony Films.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen made the announcement this afternoon following a two-day meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee.
The NFL Players Association estimates 6,000 former players, about 28-percent of current retirees, will eventually have Alzheimer's or some other form of dementia.
The Labor Department says consumers also paid less for apparel, autos, recreation, household furnishings and personal care.
American Alan Gross, imprisoned in Cuba since 2009, has been freed.
The bill garnering the majority vote with the final count clocking in with 76 "yays" to 16" nays".
Alan Gross is free after five years in a Cuban prison.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney's office concluding the case had passed the state's statute of limitations.
Two co-founders and 12 former employees of the New England Compounding Center were arrested early Wednesday. The company was at the center of a deadly fungal meningitis outbreak in 2012.
Authorities confirm Bradley Stone, a Marine veteran accused of gunning down his wife and five family members, has been found dead.
A majority of Americans think the CIA's enhanced interrogation practices were acceptable under the circumstances.
Will lower fuel prices boost holiday travel in the coming weeks?
More than 10,000 police departments and law enforcement agencies will be out in force over the next few weeks, targeting impaired drivers.
Fewer teens are smoking and abusing alcohol and certain drugs.
Search continues for Pennsylvania man accused of murdering his wife and five other family members.
It's not an official announcement to run but supporters say this is the first step.
As more information is learned about the hostage siege in Australia, more questions are being asked about whether it could happen here.
New information is coming to light in the VA scandal, from a new report by the department's top watchdog.
The motor club predicts 98.6-million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home.
Pennsylvania police search for man suspected of gunning down six people and wounding a seventh.
Sony Corporation holds "town hall" meeting with employees to discuss fallout of massive hacking attack.
Today is a key deadline for Americans who get or plan to get their insurance through the health care marketplace.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney strongly defends the actions the CIA took and "enhanced interrogation techniques."
What are people doing with all the money they're saving on gas?
In 2014 we said a final goodbye to comedic legends, Hollywood icons, and timeless poets.
Massive storm wreaks havoc on the Pacific Coast and areas further inland hit by winds and rain.
Strange alliances made as Democrats and Republicans battled over a bipartisan budget bill.
High-speed internet service could be headed to more US schools.
The House barely managed to pass a $1.1-trillion budget, but the fight is far from over.
CIA Director John Brennan responds to Senate "torture report", claiming interrogations led to Osama bin Laden.
Storm described as "worst in years" lashes the Pacific coast.
Will Congress pass a budget bill before tonight's deadline.
The group that runs Medicare and Medicaid is proposing revisions in an effort to promote and ensure the recognition and validity of same sex marriages.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says 42.9 million Americans have unpaid medical bills.
A recent study found nearly 5-percent of high school students use e-cigarettes.
During the past 12-months, the four-week average has fallen 10-percent.
The study tracked sexual assaults on college-age females ages 18-24 from 1995 to 2013.
Congress has less than 24 hours to agree on a budget or face a shutdown, and the deal on the table is not sitting well with some lawmakers.
Some call for resignations at CIA following scathing Senate torture tactic report, but others defend the agency.
Just because both parties approve it doesn't mean everyone likes it.