Practically everyone in the little high desert town of Cedarville in northeastern California's Surprise Valley knew Cherie Lash Rhoades.
Start-ups are leveraging technology to sell, well, sex.
Authorities say more than 50 people have been taking shifts searching for five missing snowmobilers in northern Wyoming's Bighorn Mountains.
Apple said it would issue a software update to cut off the ability of spies and hackers to grab data from Mac computers.
Microsoft is slashing the price of Windows 8.1 for manufacturers of low-cost computers and tablets, Bloomberg said.
Connecticut's last dry town is considering whether to give up on Prohibition.
The former officer, Steven Mandell, was convicted on Friday of plotting to kidnap a Riverside, Ill., businessman, and then torture and extort money from him.
They will attend a Republican Governors Association fundraiser in Boston on Thursday.
An Army training incident at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, took the life of a paratrooper and seriously injured two more, according to a statement from the 82nd Airborne Division.
The Russian Foreign Minister expressed his "most serious concern" over what he said was the failure of the Ukrainian opposition to deliver on its deal.
More hackers are trying to take advantage of users searching for that special someone online.
In a first for the agency, the Food and Drug Administration ordered the brands cleared from the American market within 30 days because of the company’s failure to provide ingredient data.
Could a law that so swiftly deflated unions’ power become the pattern for other states? It’s labor’s worst fear.
The transcripts provide new insights into the debates, miscalculations and actions of the Federal Reserve in assessing and countering the financial crisis.
The political crisis in Ukraine has underscored the difficulties of restoring constructive ties between Washington and Moscow.