A former firefighter has pleaded not guilty to murder and arson in connection with a wildfire that killed one person and destroyed dozens of homes in rural Northern California.
The Department of Agriculture said it had fined Harvard Medical School $24,000 for repeated animal welfare violations that have resulted in the deaths of four monkeys since 2011.
Travelers to the island of St. Martin are being warned that, for the first time, a mosquito-borne illness called chikungunya has been detected there.
Prosecutors say an Illinois man agreed to arrange weapons to be used against the U.S. military.
Massachusetts struggles to rebuild its exchange to comply with the Affordable Care Act.
As the Senate passed a compromise deal, Republicans on the House and Senate Appropriations Committees must contend with a political right flank critical of government spending.
Dish is considering making a bid for T-Mobile next year, potentially setting the stage for a new bidding war with Softbank.
The survey finds that 56 percent of voters do not believe he deserves to be re-elected in 2014.
This is the third such attack in three years at the Post.
Senator Max Baucus, announced he would retire from the U.S. Senate in 2014, will be nominated by President Obama to be the next ambassador to China.
The Fed needs to get back to "sound money," House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan told CNBC on Wednesday.
Even with stocks surging to record highs, traders see upside and are looking to Santa to provide some of the lift.
Target suffered a data breach over Black Friday weekend, with potentially "extensive" theft of customers' credit card information, Dow Jones reported.
Mark Zuckerberg and dozens of banks must face a lawsuit accusing Facebook of misleading investors about its health before its $16 billion IPO.
The latest New York Times/CBS News poll is based on 1,606 telephone interviews conducted Dec. 4 through Dec. 15 with adults throughout the United States.
The widespread disapproval, reported in the latest New York Times/CBS News poll, underscores the political challenge facing the Obama administration.
"Clapper has damaged the credibility of the entire intelligence apparatus," the senator says.
With pressure mounting to boost ACA enrollment, she takes a new level of public involvement.
Four out of the 15 chiefs of Obamacare exchanges run by states and the District of Columbia have quit or gone on leave.
U.S. officials in Nevada say a 39-year-old citizen of India who was arrested in Reno helped plot terror strikes in the Punjab region of his home country on the border with Pakistan.