The son-in-law of the on-duty New York Police Department traffic enforcement agent who was struck and killed by a vacuum truck says he loved his job.
More large retailers were open on Thanksgiving Day this year, and it appears those openings nibbled away not only at the holiday, but at the sales the day after, too.
Paul Crouch, who built what has been called the world's largest Christian broadcasting network, has died.
A stalled project to build two skyscrapers has become a symbol of whether developers can withstand the complications of working in earthquake-prone Los Angeles.
A large truck struck and killed an on-duty New York Police Department traffic enforcement agent Saturday afternoon, police said.
A long-running tug of war over photographs at the White House has been exacerbated by digital technology.
Combined spending over Thanksgiving and Black Friday rises 2.3 percent.
With the new prosperity, soaring crime rates have come to places in Montana and North Dakota, straining law enforcement resources and shattering the sense of safety.
Moody's upgraded Greece by two notches, reflecting good progress with fiscal consolidation.
A Korean War veteran was taken off a plane Oct. 26 while preparing to leave after a 10-day visit.
They struggle to deal with key questions at the intersection of privacy and technology.
A growing number of veterinarians are offering hospice care to cats and dogs, giving the pets — and their owners — a less anxious, more comfortable passing.
A late-night brawl that erupted at the Rikers Island jail complex in New York City has left four guards and several inmates injured.
Two strangers who wish to remain anonymous are helping one Atlanta 14-year-old to heal after a Thanksgiving Day fire tore through his family's apartment and destroyed all of their possessions.
Convicted former Boston crime boss James "Whitey" Bulger could soon see some of his jewelry, clothes and other belongings on the auction block.
Retailers and manufacturers say consumers’ stated desire for clothing produced in the United States is often outweighed by a preference for the lower prices of foreign-made goods.
Five years after remarks by Bill Clinton about Barack Obama strained the Clintons’ bond with African-Americans, the former first family is setting out to ensure that there is no replay of such trouble in 2016.
Labor experts and government officials say that traditional apprenticeship programs, popular in Europe, could help sustain burgeoning growth in American factories.
The president and his daughters drop in at Politics and Prose bookstore.