Some are sticking around both to help the president regain his standing and to avoid perceptions that aides are either escaping or being forced out.
While Asian consumers have been an important force in the gold market, they may not rescue the precious metal from its steep drop this time around.
The Montana Democrat had for weeks been paving the way for Barack Obama to nominate him.
The Obama administration deported 368,644 foreigners during the 2013 fiscal year, immigration enforcement officials reported, 10 percent fewer than in 2012.
At the heart of the report by a White House advisory group about America’s surveillance state is a challenge to President Obama’s conception of his presidency.
The president’s choices in the next few weeks may define America’s approach to national security long after his term is over.
He dedicates an initial $50 million to the new media organization called "First Look Media."
Multinational Logistic Services, the Navy’s largest ship supply company, placed Akbar Khan on paid leave, citing what it called “the seriousness of the allegations.”
President Obama said the inmates, each of whom has been imprisoned for at least 15 years, had been sentenced under what is now recognized as an “unfair system.”
The domino effect created by Senator Max Baucus’s pending nomination as ambassador to China has produced a potential bright spot for Democratic election hopes.
The theft is the latest blow struck in a technological cat-and-mouse game between retailers and criminals, who experts say can attack along a wide variety of avenues.
Shirley Tafoya, President of North America at Travelzoo, saysU.S. holiday travel will rise to a record level in 2013, boosted by more automobile trips.
Mayor-elect Ed Murray of Seattle, who ran on a pledge backing a $15 minimum wage, said he planned to propose legislation to the City Council by spring.
A Dearborn Heights man who fatally shot a drunk, unarmed woman on his porch will stand trial for second-degree murder, a judge said, rejecting a self-defense argument.
A Methodist minister was stripped of his clerical credentials for violating church law by presiding at his son’s same-sex wedding, but his defrocking has galvanized others to disobey church prohibitions.
The State Supreme Court struck down portions of a law that stripped some of municipalities’ power to decide where the natural gas industry can operate.
Attorney General Gary King is suing a Roswell company in an attempt to block a horse slaughter plant from opening next month.
An Arkansas man is accused of defacing a billboard that carried a racist message.
The agreement between Kevyn D. Orr, the emergency manager, and Mike Duggan, who becomes mayor next month, establishes guidelines for managing city operations.