Gunshots were fired at Santa Monica College west of Los Angeles on Friday, leaving an unspecified number of people injured, and a suspect was taken into custody, police said.
A debate that has lacked the clear and polarizing partisan intensity marking most Washington battles these days.
A glitch at Thomson Reuters created a flurry of quant trading that gave retail traders no chance.
US consumer credit increased in April but credit card usage also increased modestly.
He pleads guilty to illegally diverting money in campaign funds to personal use.
Several bakeries have seized on Cronut hype and launched their own spins on the treat.
McConnell's campaign calls the Kentucky congressman's remarks "classless."
Josh Earnest says he doesn't expect the uproar over NSA programs to complicate things.
We're rich again, but part of why we aren't feeling all that wealth has to do with inflation and population growth.
Stocks rose with the dollar, as traders viewed the May jobs report as not strong enough to push the Fed toward tapering.
In 2001, the agency pushed for the government to "rethink" constitutional protections.
Here are some of the tech stocks Wall Street analysts were buzzing about last week.
Apple's stock needs news of the company's next growth driver, Mike Santoli says.
Opinion: Catfish are about to hook two senators into spending $15 million a year - permanently.
Comet ISON may put on a show when it skims through the sun's atmosphere later this year. Right now, it's still far away, but we're keeping track and will give you regular updates. Here are five key facts about ISON as we await its arrival:
A Texas woman is arrested in connection to ricin-laced letters sent to Obama, Bloomberg.
Chrysler says it will recall newer model Jeeps to fix glitches that have caused no accidents, but refuses to recall 2.7 million older Jeeps with a defect that may have caused more than 50 fire deaths.
Investors have been buying distressed properties and pushing prices up, but now some say they've priced themselves out.