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.
President Obama wants to make sure that everyone feels the economic comeback, but parts of his plan are going to run into trouble in the Republican-controlled Congress.
George Howell visits a movie theater in Chicago to find out how the film American Sniper is being received.
On his way back to Rome from the Philippines, Pope Francis confirmed he will visit Philadelphia, New York and Washington D.C. later this year.
NBC News has been told that US intelligence agencies did not have any advance warning of the hacking of Sony Pictures computers.
Ceremonies across the country honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King.
President Obama's upcoming State of the Union address is already being met by Republican criticism.
Security measures are being increased at American airports.
New climate report confirms last year was the warmest since record keeping began in 1880.
A ruling is expected by the end of June.
Did you think last year was a hot one, temperature-wise?
As authorities in Europe continue to break up terror suspects, security is heightened here in the U.S.
The Obama Administration's Medicare chief is leaving her post.
The convention will be held through July 21st of next year at Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena.
There were nearly four million births (3,932,181) in the US in 2013 down less than one-percent from the year before.
The jump in applications is common this time of year as employers let go of temporary workers they hired for the holiday season.
New Rules governing U.S.-Cuba relations go into effect on Friday.
The Obama Administration announced a new set of travel and financial rules on Thursday.
Ohio man accused of plotting attack on U.S. Capitol.
Romney will address members of the Republican National Committee on Friday.
A top White House adviser says the President will make the push during a visit to Baltimore today.
CDC officials say the technician has not shown any symptoms associated with the virus since December 22nd.
Prison van skids off icy highway overpass, striking train below.
President Obama unveils new measures aimed at making high-speed internet cheaper and more widely available.
Friends and family say goodbye to 5-year-old Phoebe Jonchuck at Wednesday funeral service, nearly a week after she was thrown to her death from a Tampa Bridge.
President Obama is in Iowa today, previewing the State of the Union speech, but Republicans say the President isn't going to set the agenda.
Crew members evacuated due to possible ammonia leak on International Space Station.
North Korea to U.S.: Show evidence we hacked Sony
Democratic house leaders to name Rep. Andre Carson, (D) Indiana the first Muslim member on the House Intelligence Committee.
Mourners attend wake for Phoebe Jonchuck, the Florida 5-year-old thrown from a bridge by her father last week.
President Obama meets Congressional leaders at the White House to search for common ground on legislative agenda.
Frantic 911 calls detail Friday's deadly crash on I-94 near Battle Creek, Michigan.
A unanimous US Supreme Court decision could give some homeowners relief if a lender fails to properly disclose all the terms of a loan.
Commute turns deadly for passengers on DC Metro subway train.
Automakers bolstered by increased sales and falling gas prices display their latest offerings at Detroit's North American International Auto Show.
“This is a matter of fundamental fairness for Texas taxpayers and one that puts them on a level playing field with taxpayers who can deduct their state income tax,” said Sen. Cornyn.
It looks like supporters of ISIS have hacked into the Twitter feed of the US Central Command.
The once-a-decade national census is used to draw congressional maps and helps determine how the government spends money on infrastructure, programs and services each year.
Michele Jonchuck discusses her grief after the death of her 5-year-old granddaughter Phoebe, tossed to death from a Florida bridge by her son.
Can church signs be regulated more strictly than political signs? That's the issue the US Supreme Court takes up, today.
Someone re-released a September 2014 message that tells followers to "rise up and kill intelligence officers, police officers, soldiers, and civilians."
French security forces kill suspected gunmen in bloody raid, ending simultaneous hostage situations tied to earlier magazine massacre.
More than 100 vehicles, including a truck hauling fireworks, were involved in a fatal pile up on I-94 near Battle Creek, Michigan on Friday.
Bloomberg reports the strategy is designed to scare off other potential GOP challengers in the early stages of the 2016 GOP presidential race.