Metro-North Railroad, the second largest commuter rail line in the country, has a "deficient safety culture" and overemphasizes on-time performance, according to a report released Friday by the Federal Railroad Administration.
The president’s sinking ratings, a loss in a House election in Florida and millions of dollars spent by Republican-aligned groups attacking the new health law are complicating matters.
As the United States threatens sanctions against Russia, influential members of President Putin’s inner circle view isolation from the West as a good thing.
Negotiations to include an LGBT veterans group in the parade are breaking down.
An Ohio woman doesn't expect to ever know whether any of the cremated remains buried in her father's grave in a veterans cemetery are his.
The incumbent also went to high-dollar fundraisers in Los Angeles and San Francisco on Friday.
New websites can help investors and others gather wide-ranging government data about a particular business.
Tensions are raised before Sunday's referendum.
StoryWorth is among new services that are helping relatives build an online treasure chest of anecdotes.
Police say a 3-year-old boy has survived a scrape with a New York City subway train after falling on the station platform.
The father who police said fatally shot a 17-year-old boy in his daughter's bedroom should be charged with murder, the victim's distraught mother says.
She asks if "people like you and the Koch brothers" should be able to spend millions on policy.
Thousands of law enforcement agencies are equipping their officers with tiny cameras to record interactions with the public.
He says the Kentucky Republican could give Hillary Clinton "a run for her money."
Members of a Girl Scouts troop and their moms are getting credit for helping cops nab a couple of shoplifters at a Houston supermarket.
In its recall crisis, General Motors is doing what many scandal-plagued companies do. It’s trying to manage the problem with an internal investigation.
North Carolina school officials are telling a 9-year-old North Carolina who has been bullied for bringing a My Little Pony lunch bag to school to leave the bag at home.
Despite confirming it was airing a medical marijuana ad, Comcast now says it ruled against running it.
Geopolitical and global growth turmoil currently haunting the markets has raised another nasty specter.
In his final address to Afghanistan's parliament Saturday, President Hamid Karzai told the United States its soldiers can leave at the end of the year because his military, which already protects 93 percent of the country, was ready to take over entirely.