Apple's entry into the automobile market may finally silence the company's critics amid rumors that the Cupertino giant is creating an electric car.
The president is losing ground as terrorist incidents mount.
It started as a police chase after a teenager allegedly ignored a traffic stop by a Maryland state trooper.
His 'audit the Fed' push makes him dangerous in the eyes of finance execs.
When will the Fed finally raise rates? Economists and traders have very different answers.
Princeton University says it has received the largest donation in its history, a collection of rare books and manuscripts valued at nearly $300 million.
A Russian firm says the United States has found a way to permanently embed surveillance and sabotage tools in computers in countries including Iran, Russia, Pakistan and China.
The US has found a way to permanently embed surveillance and sabotage tools in foreign networks, according to a security firm. The NYT reports.
The winners of the 2014 George Polk Awards in Journalism include reporters for The New York Times and the Miami Herald.
A train carrying crude oil derailed in southern West Virginia on Monday, sending at least one tanker into the Kanawha River and sparking a house fire.
After the Hall of Famer Bob Feller died in 2010, the business model for his museum in Van Meter, Iowa, began to fail. The building was sold to the city for a new city hall.
Capitalizing on dissatisfaction with commercial airlines, a number of new ventures are using smartphone apps to upend the private jet market.
The median length of time women endured symptoms was 7.4 years, according to researchers in the largest examination to date of the menopausal symptom.
The hacker gang that looted as much as $1 billion worldwide from banks was unusual: It stole directly from the banks, instead of ripping off their customers.
Local and national unions have made Emanuel a top target, pouring resources into the effort to oust him.
As another snowstorm barrels toward the already-buried Northeast this weekend, some folks have had just about all they can take.
Passengers at one Los Angeles International Airport terminal fled onto the tarmac Monday morning after a mistaken announcement that a man with a gun was on the loose.
The University of Massachusetts at Amherst has banned Iranian nationals from admission to certain graduate programs that school officials say aligns its policy with U.S. sanctions against Iran.
A grand jury in North Carolina has indicted a man on three counts of murder in the shootings of three young Muslims in what authorities have said was a dispute over parking spaces.