A lawyer says a convicted child molester long suspected in a 1979 missing child case plans to invoke his right against self-incrimination if he's called to testify in the murder trial of a man now charged with the crime.
Jim Cramer spoke with Red Hat CEO on how widespread the attack on Sony could be. Is this open sourced technology biz vulnerable to attack?
"Interesting stuff happens in the fourth quarter. And I'm looking forward to it," Obama says.
Attorneys for jailed real estate mogul Tim Blixseth have filed an emergency motion seeking to have him released.
A man has been accused of making a bogus carjacking report while police were searching for someone believed to have killed six people in suburban Philadelphia.
Missed the market rally this week? Jim Cramer's got your back! He gives two key tips for investors.
Threats from North Korea should not stop Americans from seeing "The Interview," Rep. Brad Sherman, D-CA, said Friday.
The IRS chief warns that drastic budget cuts may force a shutdown.
It was Israel's first airstrike on the Palestinian territory since this summer's war.
Bush gets serious, Rubio railes on a topic close to home and Paul takes yet another contrarian view.
A mention of a possible China connection in the Sony hack addresses a question: Did North Korea act alone and unabetted?
Oklahoma's prison system chief says the state has the drugs it needs to execute four inmates early next year and plans to administer the same three drugs used in a botched execution this spring.
A New York police officer seen on a smartphone video punching a teenage suspect during an arrest has been suspended.
After Obama's criticism, Sony said theaters' decision not to show "The Interview" forced the studio to halt the release.
One of three Fed officials who dissented in the Fed's policy decision this week is warning that the central bank is taking an "unacceptable" risk by not paying more attention to the dangers posed by low inflation.
The next thing that needs to happen in Iraq is liberating Mosul, says David Phillips. Here's now local leaders envsion it.
Finish Line fell as much as 20 percent on Friday after mixed results in its fiscal third quarter earnings report.
Jessica Pressler, the reporter who was "duped" by a high school senior who claimed to have made $72 million trading stocks, will stay at New York Magazine despite a report that she would be joining the Bloomberg News investigative unit.
Meredith Whitney's hedge fund Kenbelle Capital may be in trouble only a year after it launched.
The Fast Money traders offer viewers six last-chance trades heading into year end.