If the commission, which is expected to vote on the rule on Tuesday, strikes it down, cable and satellite providers could show games even if they are not sold out.
Prosecutors alleged that teachers and administrators had engaged in a “widespread, cleverly disguised” conspiracy to cheat on standardized test scores.
After an attack on an air-traffic control center Friday by a contractor’s employee, the Federal Aviation Administration says it hopes to have the damage repaired by Oct. 13.
The city of Ferguson is giving a second chance to a public relations consultant fired after officials learned of his 2006 reckless homicide conviction in Tennessee.
Jodi Arias' defense costs to Arizona taxpayers have topped $2.5 million and will continue to mount during a second penalty phase aimed at determining her sentence.
Fed tightening expectations may spur fears emerging market turmoil will return, but Societe Generale tips a strong dollar as a bigger risk.
They discuss whether there was need for a resolution authorizing force.
A Mexico City man is in Hogwarts heaven after his collection of "Harry Potter" paraphernalia was named the world's largest.
The real ad heavyweight isn't Facebook or Google. It's Amazon, says Pacific Crest's Bartley.
Think unrest overseas is causing the wild swings in the market? You're half right.
Hazardous material and fire crews are at the Ronald Reagan Library after a worker opened an envelope containing a white powder, but a spokeswoman says there is no threat to the public.
The arrest of Jesse Matthew -- the suspect in the disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham -- has resulted in a "significant break" in the 2009 death of another young woman in the same area, police said.
The fate of big-name Republicans and Democrats are all on the line.
Wal-Mart says Tracy Morgan and other people in a vehicle struck from behind by a company truck on a New Jersey highway weren't wearing seatbelts.
Higher wages and salaries, which helped personal income rise 0.3 percent in August, pushed consumer spending to its biggest increase since June.
Just days after suggesting lawmakers might not debate U.S. military involvement in Syria until next year, House Speaker John Boehner said he'd agree to call Congress back into session to vote if President Barack Obama sends up a resolution asking for the authority.
Volatility making your insides flip? Cramer says hedge funds are largely to blame.
The Florida developer who entered the first bid in an auction for Atlantic City, New Jersey's Revel Casino Hotel says the process lacked transparency.
Four of the justices would have upheld a ruling from an appeals court that blocked the state’s reduction of early balloting to 28 days from 35.