Congress considers proposed budget deal, with vocal criticism coming from both sides of the aisle.
The budget deal reached by the House and Senate this week includes a measure to restrict access to a database containing the personal information of deceased people.
FDA: Too Many Antibiotics Dangerous
California citrus farmers struggle to keep fruit from freezing during recent cold spell.
The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments today in a battle between states and the federal government's Clean Air Act.
South African's Nelson Mandela is remembered today at memorial service in Johannesburg.
Newtown, Connecticut officials say they won't hold memorials to mark the anniversary of the Sandy Hook massacre; media asked to stay away.
Major internet companies push for reforms on the way the government collects personal data in wake of Snowden revelations.
Icy weather continues to cause problems across the Northeast.
Arctic blast continues to bring icy cold and snowy weather to much of the nation.
The source says the new sanctions would begin in six months.
Congress has a lot to do, and not much time to get it all done.
For the fourth straight month, unemployment has fallen. It now stands at a five year low 7-percent.
Powerful ice storm continues to move across the country threatening to cut electricity to millions.
Cold icy weather blankets much of the nation.
California citrus farmers struggle to keep crops alive as frigid temperatures hit much of the state.
An Atlas V rocket carrying national security payload lifts off from Vandenberg Air Force Base.
People around the world are remembering Nelson Mandela.
Between 2000 and 2009, pregnancy rates for US women fell by 12 percent, or nearly 6.4-million pregnancies.
The break, passed in 2007, helps homeowners who seek debt forgiveness when they owe more on their mortgages than their homes are worth.
Fast food workers walk off the job to draw attention to campaign to raise the minimum wage.
Christmas tree growers push Congress to fund promotional campaign similar to the dairy industry's "Got Milk?" ads.
Frigid temperatures, snow and ice continue to push across the country.
Up to a half inch of ice is expected to coat Dallas streets this evening.
For the third time since last spring, fast food workers are walking off the job protesting their low wages.
The Republican Congressman and Democratic Senator charged with hashing out a Federal Budget deal are reportedly closer to an agreement.
President Obama delivers speech focusing on the gap between America's very rich and the rest of the country.
U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments regarding "protest zone" outside of California military base.
Bitterly cold temperatures push across the country's mid-section.
A revamped federal health care website has helped enroll 29,000 Americans in insurance plans over the past several days, a source familiar with the numbers said on Wednesday.
Train engineer now says he nodded off just before Sunday's deadly New York commuter train accident.
The nearly 80 foot tall Norway Spruce will be lit tonight outside New York's Rockefeller Center.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a series of cases testing the boundaries of free speech.
President Obama defends the Affordable Care Act by promoting benefits already being seen.
Court rules city is eligible to file Chapter 9 bankruptcy.
Engineer at controls when New York commuter train jumped the tracks admits he "zoned out" in moments before the crash.
Snow, ice and frigid temperatures push across the country's midsection.
PETA under fire for graphic images of a lab cat posted on the side of city buses in Madison, Wisconsin.
One charitable group in particular is hoping this "Giving Tuesday" you will give generously to them.
As federal investigators continue their investigation into Sunday's New York train crash, there are questions as to why the train was going so fast.
The White House says the much maligned HealthCare.gov website is now operating smoothly.
Investigators search for more clues in fatal Bronx train derailment.
Retailers have high hopes for today's Cyber Monday sales.
Cyber Monday sales are expected to smash all kinds of online records as more people shop online this year.
Using your cell phone or other mobile device during holiday shopping doesn't have to leave you vulnerable to cyber-thieves.
Judge Sean Lane approved an antitrust settlement reached earlier this month between the airlines and the Justice Department. Justice's earlier objections to the deal had been the major impediment to the merger.
Weather delays flights across the country.
Surveys find most shoppers aren't in favor of retailers opening on Thanksgiving Day.
Failure to pass the Farm Bill is holding up funding for a program that promotes locally grown food.
Sebelius says the fixes to the problems that have plagued the website are "definitely on track."
Two Ohio school administrators along with two coaches are indicted in the case of a drunk 16-year-old girl who was raped by two high school football players.
Severe weather across much of the country threatens holiday travel plans.
Working ahead can help you maximize your savings.
The U.S. and five other nations struck a deal to end Iran's nuclear program, but many in Washington feel that it is not strong enough.
The dos and don'ts when deep frying a turkey.
With the official start of the crazy shopping season just days away, there is a strategy for making the most of your time and money.
Health officials in Washington have decided to delay open enrollment in private health insurance under Obamacare.
Exchange of weapons on social media site worries police and federal officials.
South Dakota school board members receive threats over change to students citing Pledge of Allegiance.
Salvation Army "Angel Trees" in Salina, Kansas are weighed down with wish lists from nearly 1,000 needy children.
Shoppers are already lining up for Black Friday deals.
Black Friday campers in Cleveland, Ohio.
Dayton, Ohio will use a new deicing chemical that will turn cleared streets and roads blue when icy winter weather hits.
Ohio Walmart store collects donations for employees who can't afford Thanksgiving dinner.
A new report suggests that the President knew that there were problems with the healthcare.gov website before it was launched.
Project managers admit crucial portion of Healthcare.gov site hasn't been built.
Residents of Illinois towns hardest hit by Sunday's deadly tornadoes assess the damage.
Illinois residents clean up after weekend's deadly storms.
Communities hit by Sunday's deadly tornadoes sift through the rubble left behind.
The 911 calls are released in domestic violence allegations against George Zimmerman.
More groups are coming out against the Affordable Care Act.
NASA launches unmanned "Maven" spacecraft to Mars.
With just two weeks 'til the White House-imposed deadline to have Healthcare.gov running well, how's the site now? How's the fix going?
After a day of devastating storms, authorities in the Midwest are now assessing the widespread damage.
An aerial view of Indiana storm damage.
Storm hits the Midwest causing damage, injury and death.
They are perhaps the most popular holiday gift, but not all gift cards are created equal.
Caught on camera video of various tornadoes a result from strong Midwestern storm.
A fast moving storm creates multiple damaging tornadoes.
The Obama Administration works to revive the ailing website, as the political cost of the Affordable Care Act mounts.
New Mexico mother battling breast cancer is told to stay away from daughter's school because she smells.
Both Republicans and Democrats offer different fixes to the Affordable Care Act.
President Obama promises fix for canceled insurance policies and still lagging Healthcare.gov website.
New Sony Playstation 4 and Microsoft's XBox One set to compete for Christmas Dollars.
Report finds $1-billion SPOT program designed to detect suspicious behavior may not be effective.
The articles of impeachment, drafted by Rep. Pete Olson of Texas, faults the Attorney General for refusing to comply with a congressional investigation of the botched gun-walking operation known as "Fast and Furious," led by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms.
Supreme Court will decide if a roommate can give permission for an entire apartment to be searched by police.
House hearings focus on website problems, security and canceled policies.
Arizona volunteers, including students and seniors work together to prepare food supplies to victims of deadly typhoon.
The Hawaiian legislature has approved same-sex marriage bill. The legislation now goes to governor for signature.
Top Republicans want the Obama Administration to keep it's promise on health care.
A look at the Kentucky storage facility for deadly chemical weapons and work being done to destroy them safely.
Justice Department clears the way for merger of U.S. Airways and American Airlines.
Major medical groups update guidelines on who should use cholesterol fighting statin drugs.
Which building is the tallest in the U.S.? New York's One World Trade Center, or the Willis Tower in Chicago?
Retired Marine completes cross country run to draw attention to veterans returning from service.
Help is making it's way to the Philippines after Typhoon Hiyan ravaged the country, but it can't get there fast enough.
President Obama speaks exclusively to NBC about the Health Care roll out.
The agency says federal workers missed 6.6 million days of work during the shutdown.
Those nationwide protests in support of higher wages for food industry and retail workers may pay off.