Officials have used bulldozers, chain saws and now beetles to get rid of the tamarisk, a tree that consumes a lot of water, but some scientists say it may not help.
The final World Cup match was the biggest social event ever for Facebook.
Is @congressedits an example of how even trivial events can become fodder for opposition research, or a ray of sunshine on previously obscure doings?
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is worried about wholes that are greater than the sum of their parts.
His ability to surprise and frustrate was evident in Nashville over the weekend.
He responds to Holder's comment that "racial animus" is part of the opposition to him and Obama.
The conservative talk-radio host backs the Tennessee state representative's Senate campaign.
A founding partner with Charlesgate Realty Group says Boston's market is "hyper-competitive, highlighted by a severe shortage of inventory."
Octuplets mom Nadya Suleman settled the welfare fraud case against her by repaying $26,000 prosecutors say she illegally claimed.
A German woman and two California lawyers have been charged with extortion for allegedly accusing the son of a wealthy Saudi sheikh of sexual assault and torture.
The debt settlement industry, already accused of questionable tactics related to mortgages, is finding a gold mine of new clients among those with college loans.
The former South Carolina treasurer and convicted felon could challenge Sen. Lindsey Graham.
The farm-to-table movement has yet to really catch on in Texas but Tim Love thinks that is going to change.
Some users find that their bands actually make them pack on the pounds as opposed to shedding weight. The TODAY Show reports.
Salvage workers on Monday helped re-float the Costa Concordia, the shipwrecked cruise-liner that ran ashore off the Italian coast two years ago, as part of a $2 billion salvage operation. CNBC breaks down the numbers behind the major endeavor.
Is this blazing hot industry about to cool down? That's what top technician Carter Worth of Sterne Agee argues.
As stocks creep ever higher and spark bubble rumors, one other bubble appears to be deflating: the gum bubble.
Venture capital investment in health-care IT companies has topped $2.3 billion in 2014, blowing past last year's level.
She gave an interview to the New Yorker, and any time such exclusive access is given, the questions go beyond just what was said.