Wave of attacks hits Shiite and Sunni areas of Iraq, killing at least 86
What is the next step for the Tea Party groups who feel they were unfairly scrutinized by the Internal Revenue Service? For many of them, it's to go forward with litigation and to sue the IRS.
What do we eat? New food map will tell us what we buy at stores and what we consume
Yahoo has bought Tumblr for $1.1 billion. CEO of Yahoo Marissa Mayer vows not to screw up the social network.
It's graduation season. Did your teenager have to take a financial literacy course to don that cap and gown? Probably not. According to the Council for Economic Education, as of 2011, 22 states required high school students to take an economics class --the "supply and demand" type, not the "how to balance your checkbook type." Only 14 states offered personal finance as a high school class, either
Students at Hofstra University wore white ribbons at their graduation ceremony today to honor a fellow student who was accidentally killed by a police officer who exchanged gunfire with an armed intruder.
Officer who fatally shot NY college student along with armed intruder faced harrowing choice
Arias returns to court for penalty phase as jurors consider life in prison or death sentence
The search is on in Zephyrhills, Fla., for the lucky person who entered a Publix supermarket in recent days and purchased the winning Powerball ticket worth $590.5 million.
A police officer made a split-second decision when a man held Andrea Rebello hostage.
As bomb shelters sales have increased amid fears of economic and security uncertainties, outfitters have begun building custom suites underground featuring all the trappings of mansion life: swimming pools, home theaters, basketball courts, and even airplane hangars.
2 men arrested in killing of Las Vegas teen who refused to give up his iPad
On the one-year anniversary of her death at 23 in a car crash, Yale activist and writer of "The Opposite of Loneliness" has play performed, book deal and two memorial scholarships.
Hundreds of tons of New Zealand meat stranded at Chinese ports over certification dispute
After two of their children allegedly were stabbed to death by their nanny last fall, Marina and Kevin Krim announced Thursday they were expecting a baby. For parents who have experienced such a traumatic loss, a pregnancy can help with the grieving process even as it brings up other emotions, experts say.
A single ticket matching all the numbers in Saturday's $590.5 million Powerball drawing was sold at a Zephyrhills, Fla., grocery store, according to lottery officials.
SKorea: NKorea fires short-range projectile for 3rd straight day; launch considered routine
As part of a divorce settlement, a friend of mine forfeited his equity in a home he had jointly owned with his ex, but couldn't wriggle out from under the $100,000 that remained on their home equity line. You see, creditors, like a spouse's divorce lawyer, are pretty old fashioned when it comes to the "till death do us part" thing.
GOP congressman says Republicans knew of the investigation a year ago.
Team and fans look puzzled as Canadian singer belts out own rendition of U.S. anthem.
At least four tornadoes touch down in Kansas; heavy rain and winds on its way.
One ticket worth a half-billion dollars was purchased in small Florida town of Zephyrhills.
David Muir reveals the top stories that have people buzzing this week.
Andrea Rebello was fatally shot by authorities in confrontation with alleged home , put in headlock
Commuters face major headaches Monday as investigation of Connecticut crash continues.
World leaders and celebrities give real-world advice for graduates across nation.
Governor warns Conn. commuters of traffic mess for days following train derailment
Small Fla. city wonders who hit historic $590.5M Powerball jackpot; winner hasn't come forward
Before Kerry Washington took telelvision by storm, playing crisis manager Olivia Pope on ABC's "Scandal," she recalled one of her most cringeworthy roles was in college when she was cast as a frog.
Emergency official says driver in Va. parade crash likely suffered from medical condition