The co-founder of social networking startup Plaxo has been charged with first degree murder according to a report by TechCrunch.
The mayor of Danbury, Connecticut, appears to be the first to give the Northeast's ice storm a hashtag: #Icezilla.
A Northern California man who was convicted of masterminding a plot to blow up two federal facilities and had his 20-year sentence cut short because prosecutors failed to turn over all their evidence to defense lawyers says he was entrapped by a female FBI informant for whom he harbored romantic feelings.
A Mormon women's group board member says she was forced to resign her leadership position as a condition of renewing her church temple privileges.
Will a nasty fight over the Keystone bill in the Senate shut down efforts to get a more ambitious energy package?
While there are still a few off-the-wall cars at the Detroit Auto Show, these days, what you see very well may be what you get.
A controversial bronze statue of two Confederate soldiers removed from a southern Utah college campus two years ago has been returned to its creator.
The youngest person in the 1965 march in Selma, Alabama, demanding voting rights for African-Americans says she still has the scars inflicted by police with attack dogs.
His barb seems aimed at establishment figures such as Bush and Romney.
A man who had been sought almost three years in the Boston Theater District killing of a 22-year-old Army veteran has been arrested in the Dominican Republic.
Oscar-nominated war film "American Sniper" led N. American box office charts over the weekend with a record-smashing $90.2 million in ticket sales.
When it makes sense to insure your pet, and when it doesn't.
On “Meet the Press,” the senator from South Carolina said he had filed with the I.R.S. to create a committee to test the waters.
Initiatives for affordable college are "critical" to middle class success, the head of UPenn told CNBC.
The plan stands little chance of passage, but it signals a different phase of the nation’s debates over how the government taxes and spends.
He will propose a bank tax that would impose a fee on firms with assets exceeding $50 billion.
An Arizona State University student is dead after she fell while rappelling from a cliff in the Tonto National Forest.
Coming together on big reform proves elusive.
A disabled Army veteran’s wife received a letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs this month extending its sympathies on the death of her husband, James Fales.
The shots were fired from a vehicle Saturday night, but the Bidens were not home.