The United States seems to have ignored the famous definition of insanity.
The Russian president is sending tanks and troops into Ukraine, but the fall of the Wall is the more enduring model.
Democrats are reeling. So they're calling on their biggest star.
He's having to reinvent his own role in a Democratic Party that's looking for fresh faces and new energy.
One failing includes an officer on his personal cell phone at the time of the breach.
I don’t know how to solve the broader problems with adoption, or even my own. But I’m relieved that more adoptees are finding a way to talk about the reality: not all adoptions end in rainbows and bubbly baby smiles.
Hedge fund Third Point is considering launching a proxy contest at Dow Chemical after negotiations over board seats broke down on Thursday.
An agency of the U.S. Justice Department is gathering data from thousands of cell phones by using fake communications towers on airplanes.
A Florida man who fatally shot his sleeping wife and then raped and killed his young stepdaughter 22 years ago has been put to death for the child's slaying.
Wondering what to do when you think the market is over-extended and are looking for a bargain? Here is Jim Cramer's test for a cheap stock.
Whether cheaper gas really helps consumers may show up in Friday's retail sales data as economists expect sales to have increased in October.
With such a low share price, Jim Cramer takes a look at the retail environment to see if J.C. Penney could be an attractive buy.
The effect of cheaper crude oil and gasoline is especially significant for those Americans largely left behind by an anemic economic recovery.
Authorities in Pennsylvania on Thursday released a letter they said was written by state police ambush suspect Eric Frein during his time on the run.
Just a few days into the lame-duck session, the rhetoric heats up as another debate surfaces.
White House officials say cooperation is best for now.
Gov. Mike Beebe’s decision followed an October recommendation by the Arkansas Parole Board that Kyle Beebe’s application for a pardon was “with merit.”
A report by the Department of Homeland Security noted “performance, organizational, technical” and other failures that allowed a man to get inside the White House in September.