He is the star of the latest edition of the "Political Power" graphic biography series.
A day after exiting government ownership, GM named Mary Barra its new CEO.
The powerful PAC pledges to stay on the sidelines in the Lone Star State's Senate primary.
Congress' tangled relationship with the Affordable Care Act entered another phase Monday, raising a new question about whether lawmakers are really experiencing the exchanges the way other Americans do.
NYC's Metropolitan Transportation Authority has given more than 250,000 late notes to subway riders for tardy trains.
The president's ties to Mandela and the anti-apartheid movement he led go deeper than symbolism.
A Texas woman is expected to plead guilty to sending Obama and Bloomberg ricin-laced letters.
Ken Langone grills the House minority whip about Congress's low approval rating.
Carolyn Capern and her business partner Greg Trujillo were eating breakfast in a Panera bakery in Florida recently, each wearing Google Glasses but actually immersed in their smartphones when they were accosted by an angry stranger.
A Colorado town is about to vote on an ordinance that would make it legal for residents to shoot down drones.
Millions of Americans might miss work Tuesday because of a snow storm expected to dump up to six inches of snow across the northeastern United States.
Presidents and prime ministers, celebrities and royals joined tens of thousands of South Africans to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela on Tuesday, in a memorial service celebrating a man seen as a global symbol of reconciliation.
Two Indianapolis brothers have been charged in the slaying of an Iraq war veteran who was trying to purchase an iPad through Craigslist, the Marion County prosecutor's office said.
The U.S. debuted a Spanish-language health care website that will help Latinos sign up for insurance plans under Obamacare.
America's iconic investor will still be at the helm next year, we predict. His target list could include a very well-known name.
Oil companies are securing licenses at the fastest rate since records began, the FT reports.
It isn't clear when the House might act on the bill or whether Senate Republicans will go along.
David Frum says it's no time to be celebrating an economic rebound despite last week's GDP and jobs news
George Zimmerman's girlfriend is asking a judge to lift an order that blocks her from seeing him and says she doesn't want charges filed against him.
Utah law preventing journalists reporting from inside slaughterhouses an attack on First Amendment, opponents say
Animal rights and a freedom of speech group are set to file a court challenge against a Utah law that bans journalists from reporting from the inside of a slaughterhouse, The Public News Service-UT reported.