District of Columbia residents will vote in November on whether to legalize marijuana, the Board of Elections said Wednesday.
Forty Illinois state troopers are being sent to help the city’s police department combat street violence during what is typically the most dangerous time of year.
After John F. Kennedy's boat sank during WWI, a local man saved him by carrying a message inscribed on a coconut.
Most everyone agrees the corporate tax system is badly broken, but the debate over companies moving overseas shows how hard it will be to make changes.
Harold Greene's loss is not seen as a reason to reevaluate the plan to withdraw troops.
The Department of Defense has identified 2,327 American service members who have died as a part of the Afghan war and related operations.
He hopes to act soon to stem U.S. companies moving their headquarters overseas.
Nearly 10 million decided to change their responses for race and ethnicity in the early 2000s.
Keurig reported a 33 percent rise in quarterly profit as more people chose its single-serve K-cup coffee pods.
A Fort Hood officer has become the first Vietnamese-American to reach the rank of general in the U.S. Army.
Detroit is zeroing in on financing for its exit from bankruptcy and intends to have a committed lender in coming weeks, its lawyers said.
Two Tulsa police officers who are married have been arrested in the fatal shooting of a 19-year-old man who was walking with their daughter, authorities said.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn announced Wednesday that 40 State Police troopers will be dispatched to Chicago to help the police department round up dangerous fugitives as part of an effort to combat an annual rise in violent crime during the summer.
Europe could again have a grip on global markets Thursday, as the European Central Bank holds its rates meeting.
The Seattle-based company is hiring new lobbyists and writing bigger checks to members of Congress.
If headlines are influencing your investment decisions today, Cramer thinks you’ll kick yourself tomorrow.
President Barack Obama told a U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit that he wants to move quickly to curb tax inversions.
For the first time in three years lands plots up for auction in Beijing went unsold, signaling developer anxiety over continued weakness in the country’s property market.
Republicans hope backing ride-sharing services will pull in younger voters to the party.
A 19-year-old Texas man who could face years in prison for making brownies laced with marijuana and hash oil said Wednesday he remains scared despite new evidence that his attorney believes should reduce the charges.