Bryce Reed, who helped evacuate people on the night of the deadly fertilizer plant explosion in West, was charged with possessing bomb-making materials.
An Internal Revenue Service official acknowledged on Friday that the agency singled out nonprofit applicants with “Tea Party” or “patriots” in their titles.
A bipartisan group in the House of Representatives has been meeting sporadically to create a comprehensive immigration bill, but the Senate debate is dwarfing the group’s efforts.
There is a strong link between maternal education levels and high academic achievement, according to a study.
The summer job market looks sunny, even for young entrepreneurs. But teens will compete with older workers for jobs.
FAA says it is using $21 million worth of transfer authority to keep the towers open beyond June 15.
Four years after the worst financial collapse in generations, Fed Chair said lots of work to do on regulations
In Jay Gatsby's time, Long Island's Gold Coast was famous for its pricey mansions. Now, it's more famous for price cuts.
The amount of the gas in the air has not been this high for at least three million years, and scientists believe the rise portends large changes in the climate and sea level.
The 408-foot tall spire now crowns One World Trade Center, making it the tallest building in the Western Hempisphere.
Jim Chanos has missed something in shorting Dell, Carl Icahn says.