Sweden's Ericsson reported weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings due to a drop in investment by telecoms operators in North America.
A cyberterror attack on vital national infrastructure could be imminent—and international governments are ill-prepared, experts warned.
A federal judge let the agency cull foreigners’ emails and phone calls without judicial preapproval before Congress authorized the spying, newly declassified papers show.
The price of gas, though down 50 percent since the summer, is still more expensive than it was for much of the 1980s and 1990s.
A potentially historic winter storm brought Northeast to a standstill early Tuesday, as tens of millions of people braced for up to 3 feet of snow.
Denver police shot and killed a 16-year-old girl who allegedly struck and injured an officer with a stolen car early Monday.
Filing just one $2,000 auto insurance claim could increase your rate by 41 percent, according to a new study.
While backing a decades-old effort by the energy industry, the Obama administration is also expected to ban drilling in some areas off Alaska.
The Former Cuban leader backs the negotiations even though he distrusts politics in Washington.
A Philadelphia-area couple whose pet ferrets attacked their newborn daughter and chewed off parts of her face have been charged with child endangerment.
President Obama found that his concerns were closely aligned with those of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and the two leaders agreed to a joint statement chiding Beijing.
Senator Harry Reid of Nevada was back at his home in Washington on Monday after surgery for injuries sustained in an exercise accident on Jan. 1.
Former Gov. Bob McDonnell will remain free while he appeals his corruption convictions, a federal court ruled Monday.
The state on Monday began the process of appealing a federal judge’s decision that overturned the state’s ban on same-sex marriage.
The judge in the federal death penalty trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the defendant in the Boston Marathon bombing, said Monday that he was not discouraged by the slow pace of jury selection.
The Clinton Foundation on Monday announced that it had negotiated a lower price for an emergency treatment that can prevent heroin overdoses with a company that makes it.
The predictions are epic, the warnings are dire, and the blizzard is hours away from blanketing parts of the Northeast.
A resident of British Columbia has tested positive for the H7N9 avian flu virus in the first documented case of the infection in a human in North America, the federal government said Monday.