The suspect in a Georgia toddler's death told police he used the Internet to research child deaths inside vehicles, a search warrant said.
Police arrested three Virginia high school students who allegedly used their cell phones to take pictures and videos up the skirts of their female teachers.
As a result, there is heightened security at the federal courthouse in D.C.
In the largest IPO of a consumer electronics company in two decades, GoPro raised more than $400 million dollars when it opened on Thursday.
The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art aims to open in 2018, based on the personal collection of the "Star Wars" director.
Online TV service Aereo will "pause" operations in the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that the company violates copyright law
The French bank is facing heavy penalties following a U.S. probe into breaking sanctions which should end "very soon", a French TV channel reported on Saturday.
An SEC judge ruled on Friday that KPMG auditors John Aesoph and Darren Bennett overlooked "numerous red flags" when auditing TierOne Bank's 2008 financial statements.
The Navy says human error and a malfunctioning control system are to blame for a November drone accident off the coast of Southern California that injured two sailors and caused $30 million in damage to a warship.
President Obama rebuked congressional Republicans for opposing his economic initiatives, and for not doing enough for the middle class.
Here are three ways Americans are taking a different approach to breakfast. Who may be the winners and losers of the shift?
A California firefighter who disappeared two weeks ago after chasing after his dog during a backpacking trip was found dead Friday, authorities said.
The United States may have many of the best elite colleges, but over all, our higher-education system has many of the same problems found in K-12.
Fire crews are hoping that lighter winds on Saturday will spur progress against a wildfire that has charred more than 8 square miles in eastern Arizona's White Mountains and prompted some evacuations.
A teary-eyed Dana Barks was almost speechless after officials for the San Francisco's iconic Golden Gate Bridge approved a $76 million funding package for a suicide barrier that could prevent people from jumping to their deaths.
For John Brooks, the years of waiting for officials to come up with money for a suicide barrier on San Francisco's majestic Golden Gate Bridge have been agonizing. He has fought for one ever since his 17-year-old daughter, Casey, jumped from the rust-colored span in 2008.
Defense lawyers and prosecutors stressed one thing throughout the trial of a 31-year-old man convicted of raping and killing a University of New Hampshire student: The key was the truthfulness of the defendant's ex-girlfriend.