Jury hears opening statements in murder trial of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez.
The finishing touches are being put on the field ahead of Super Bowl Sunday.
The Federal Communications Commission voted today to change the definition of broadband to connection speeds of 25 megabits per second or higher.
17 astronauts who were killed in the line of duty were remembered today at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville.
Doctors say 90-percent of people exposed to measles can expect to become infected, too, unless they've been vaccinated or were previously infected.
But the picture isn't all rosy.
Local, state, and federal authorities are working together to keep Super Bowl celebrations safe.
U.S. Attorney General Nominee Loretta Lynch will face critics of current Attorney General Eric Holder, as the confirmation hearings continue.
The WHO says it is now focusing on ending the Ebola epidemic as quickly as possible.
Civil rights activists honored for 1961 lunch counter sit-in protest that resulted in time on a South Carolina chain gang.
U.S. Senate holds confirmation hearing for Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch.
New England is digging out after two days of heavy snow and punishing winds.
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, a child dies every two weeks when a TV, piece of furniture, or an appliance falls on them.
President Obama is headed for a political collision course with the Republicans.
The Obama Administration pitched the possibility of ending the program as part of an upcoming budget plan.
27 states are reporting gas prices averaging below two dollars a gallon.
China has beefed up its great firewall yet again, this time cracking down on virtual private networks.
Challenger exploded 73 seconds into flight, at about 11:40 a.m. eastern time, on January 28th, 1986.
Defense officials deny a decision has been made on charges against Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, held captive by the Taliban for five years.
Up to 30 inches of snow reported in parts of Massachusetts.
Both new and returning customers are included in the enrollment report.
According to one senior official, Bergdahl's actions go well beyond the lesser offense of AWOL, absent without leave.
Questions still linger over under-inflated footballs as Patriots depart for Arizona.
The first effects of what's expected to be a record-setting winter storm are being felt across the Northeast.
Drone lands in tree outside White House, triggering increased security.
To raise consumer awareness, the Federal Trade Commission is offering up some alarming statistics and some helpful events for consumers.
The Northeast is preparing for a massive winter storm expected to deliver several feet of snow to some areas.
Experts warn that fake tickets are a certainty as the Super Bowl nears.
President Obama is in India today meeting lawmakers and talking about how the U.S. and India can work together more closely.
Text messages from your phone company may pose a potential security problem.
IRS warns new forms and regulations could increase your wait for a refund.
According to the Department of Homeland Security, screeners discovered 2,212 firearms, most of them loaded.
Splash Data, a cyber security provider, has compiled a list of the year's "worst passwords" detailing the top 25 most common found on the internet.
Iraq's Prime Minister says the U.S. and its allies aren't doing enough to fight ISIS, but Defense Secretary Hagel says what we're doing is working.
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration plans to add crash-imminent braking and dynamic brake support to its recommendations.
Budget for Fiscal Year 2015 Allows Agency to Restore Some Service Hours
According to Nielsen, that makes it the lowest-rated State of the Union of the Obama Presidency but not by much.
In Washington it's a tale of two agendas, one from the new Republican-controlled Congress, and the other, from a President who is out of power.
Republicans dismiss President Obama's State of the Union claims of success on the economy and the war on terror.
Millions of Americans have credit cards, accounts their spouses don't know about.
The decision overturned an Arkansas state prison rule that barred inmates from growing beards more than a quarter of an inch long.
The so-called "Project Blue Book Collection" is now posted on his online database called 'the Black Vault', for anyone to see for free.
Police say gunman shot doctor inside Boston's Brigham & Women's Hospital, then took his own life.
Will Republican-controlled Congress work with President Obama on any of his State of the Union goals?
Jury selection, expected to take weeks or even months, is underway in the trial of accused Aurora theater gunman James Holmes.
Starting today, the Internal Revenue Service will accept paper and electronic 2014 tax returns.
The World Wildlife Fund says the tigers population has been decimated over the last 100 years, 97 percent gone.
The Federal Reserve allows banks to charge merchants 24 cents every time a customer swipes a debit card to make a payment.
Thousands of prospective jurors will be screened for possible service in the trial of accused theater gunman James Holmes.
President Obama is expected to focus on jobs and personal income in tonight's State of the Union address.