JPMorgan Chase is warning holders of the bank's prepaid cash cards that their personal information may have been accessed by hackers.
San Francisco's development agency has begun a formal investigation into the construction of a secretive Google barge.
The project, at Davidson College in North Carolina, will offer high school students lessons in calculus, physics and macroeconomics.
A South Florida man used a crossbow to kill his wife and teenage son in their townhouse, tried to kill a second son who is a student at Florida State University and wound up dead in a motel bathroom, authorities said Wednesday.
An Orange County neighborhood that was ordered to take down its elaborate Christmas light display has won a dazzling victory.
Tablet computer sales have been on fire this year, but a shift in consumer preferences is set to douse demand in the coming years, according to IDC.
Amid discontentment with ACA, the president ramps up efforts to promote the law.
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Europe is a "sleeping beauty waiting to be awakened," said Amundi Asset Management's global chief investment officer, with European stocks likely to outpace the U.S. in 2014.
Torrey Westrom, a Minnesota state senator, will attempt to unseat the Democratic incumbent.
POLITICO Pro Report: Talks hover on the brink of collapse after India rejects a compromise.
The prisoner, Noor Uthman Mohammed, has finished the portion of his sentence he was required to serve, the Pentagon announced.
Ambulances, once free, are now generally run as businesses that contribute to America’s escalating medical bills.
The vice president says he was "very direct" about the firm U.S. position on the air defense zone.
The number of new H.I.V. infections nationwide remains stubbornly stuck, with more and more occurring in young black and Hispanic men.
Senator Elizabeth Warren, who has been mentioned as a possible presidential candidate in 2016, confirmed she would not run.
A former paramedic in West, where a fertilizer plant explosion killed 15 people, was sentenced to 21 months in prison after pleading guilty in an unrelated pipe bomb case.
The State Assembly passed a bill that would give those losing their Medicaid coverage three more months to sign up for private plans.
Police have concluded that Ariel Castro, who pleaded guilty to imprisoning three women in Cleveland for a decade, committed suicide by hanging in his cell.
The New York liberal arts college had been hit with a rash of bias incidents, with six being reported in a three month span by the school’s “Bias Incident Response Team,” which the school created as part of its Campus Life and Diversity Office.