The family of Bowe Bergdahl, a U.S. soldier captured by the Taliban in 2009, received a letter from him recently -- reviving their hopes that the 27-year-old army sergeant is still alive.
The number of planned layoffs at U.S. firms fell in May for the third month in a row, a report on Thursday showed.
Speculation that PepsiCo is in talks to buy Israel's SodaStream is false, PepsiCo's CEO tells CNBC.
She urges the governor to tap a Senate candidate who supports background checks.
46-year-old Debra Hansard passed away Wednesday at Kennestone Hospital.
China's top hog butcher is taking on a the job persuading Americans to complete China's takeover of a U.S. company.
The Senate is considering legislation that would temporarily keep interest rates low for some college students.
Due to coverage the French Open tennis tournament on NBC, 11Alive News at Noon will not be seen on Thursday or Friday.
Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater (The Fred) has established itself as one of the leading outdoor entertainment venues in the metro Atlanta area and has hosted hometown favorites, national and touring acts for more than thirty years.
LZ Granderson says maybe it was unfair to heckle the first lady, but gays are tired of Democrats throwing them under the bus for political expediency.
Security crews temporarily shut down parts of Rockefeller Plaza early Thursday morning after a man with a knife attempted to harm himself.
The president's signature health-care law is more unpopular than ever, a survey finds.
IRS officials face lawmakers over the latest controversy to rock the agency: lavish spending at employee conferences.
What Jenelle Embrey saw happen to her friend in the rear-view mirror last year prompted her to become a leading critic of the Jeep Cherokee's safety record.
The European Central Bank has left its interest rate and deposit rate unchanged on the back of improving economic data.
"Beware of systems of spirituality which tell you to empty yourself," a book excerpt says.
He has a favorability rating of 52 percent.
Former ambassador to China Jon Huntsman doesn't think President Obama will have much impact on Chinese hacking.