She'll deliver the keynote speech at a clean-energy summit the Senate majority leader is hosting.
Tesla has been seeking incentives from states to build a factory that would produce batteries for its electric cars and for use on the power grid.
Only eight months after ending his final term as mayor of New York City, Michael R. Bloomberg has decided to resume the leadership of his business empire.
National Briefing | Northwest: Washington: $45,000 Settlement in Suit Over Shocking of a Pregnant Woman
Seattle will pay $45,000 to a woman whom the police shocked with a stun gun after stopping her for speeding when she was seven months pregnant.
Bank and computer security company employees and law enforcement officials are tracing the track taken by the latest batch of stolen cards.
Chad Taylor, the Democratic candidate for Senate, sent a letter on Wednesday to the Kansas secretary of state saying that he was withdrawing from the race.
President Obama has committed the United States to three major projections: a "pivot" to Asia, a muscular presence in Europe and a new battle against Islamic extremists.
The ISIS terror group has published a video titled "A second message to America," showing the beheading of American journalist Steven Sotloff.
Mr. Wafer, who was found guilty of second-degree murder and other charges after shooting and killing Ms. McBride on the front porch of his suburban Detroit home, was sentenced to a minimum of 17 years in prison.
It is the latest news organization to do this, joining The Washington Post editorial board.
He has to figure out how to sell his ideas.
Third District Judge L.A. Dever issued the ruling Wednesday, nearly two months after he heard arguments about the case.
One of two brothers convicted of leading a nationwide foreclosure scam has been sentenced to 35 years in federal prison for stealing titles to more than 300 homes.
In a Supreme Court case over presidential recess appointments, functional pragmatism wins over rigid formalism in constitutional interpretation.
A new accuser is suing Jerry Sandusky, Penn State and a charity the former assistant coach founded, saying he was sexually abused about six years ago.
A change in Brazil's government could provide a boost to the emerging market's economy, Adrian Mowat says.
It is getting harder to find free parking for large sums of euros and investors are making desperate moves, NYT reports.
Until Wednesday, there had been 21 consecutive federal court decisions finding gay marriage bans unconstitutional.
What happened to the G.O.P.’s vision of broader opportunity?