Economists expect to see an increase of 0.2 percent when February retail sales are reported on Thursday, better than January's 0.4 percent decline.
An airport spokesman says a particular type of ink on "any combination of things" is to blame.
The panel recommended that a test made by Roche be the primary means of detecting human papilloma virus, which causes almost all cervical cancer.
Lights remained on inside the Capitol, and the exterior lights were back on in 30 minutes.
Vulnerable members of the president's party appear to run from questions about Obamacare.
Bama Covered is believed to be the only group doing enrollment for insurance under the Affordable Care Act that is made up solely of college students.
A duo says he didn't give Lois Lerner "clear-cut choice" between answering and risking contempt.
A broadside by Senator Dianne Feinstein has set up a showdown between the executive and legislative branches of government, and may well have permanently chilled her relations with the spy agency she oversees.
Even though the Arizona Constitution limits governors to two terms, Ms. Brewer had talked lately about trying to find a way around it.
President Obama, who met with Ukraine’s interim prime minister Wednesday, was pursuing a diplomatic approach that could deliver more autonomy to Crimea if Russian troops withdraw.
Opinion: The break-glass-in-emergency Democratic option in tough midterms is finding a boogeyman.
Opinion: Attacking the president on foreign policy is not going to bolster him.
A former pediatrician who worked as the medical director of Phillips Academy in Andover was sentenced on Wednesday to six-and-a-half years in prison on child pornography charges.
Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr. told a Senate panel that the withdrawal of international forces would result in a resurgent Taliban and the creation of a safe haven for Al Qaeda.
A judge ruled Wednesday that two teenagers charged with first-degree murder must face a trial in the shooting death of an Australian student.
The state’s top utilities regulator has been subpoenaed in a broadening criminal investigation set off by a coal ash spill that coated 70 miles of the Dan River with toxic sludge last month.
Almost every utility that participated in a test of the power grid’s defense against online and physical attacks said that their planning was not good enough.
At least three people were killed in a blast that flattened two buildings and started a huge fire in East Harlem.