Days before a major Obamacare deadline, direct enrollment is well below what it might have been.
The government agency said that its team began work on the HealthCare.gov website at 10 a.m., making it inaccessible for customers for 3 hours.
More US sailors who served aboard aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan during relief efforts for the Japan earthquake and Tsunami intend to join a lawsuit in which dozens claimed that they were befallen with severe illness.
2013 was a year chock-full of impressive corporate blunders. Here are some that are not to be believed.
New controversies arise just before a big deadline for Obamacare enrollment.
Despite Buenos Aires' bull market, Argentina's policies make investing there treacherous, an analyst says.
None of the usual rationales for criminalizing insider trading work. So what's really going on?
Blackberry interim CEO John Chen expects the firm to become profitable by 2016, adding that the Foxconn partnership will lead to revenue uptick for handsets.
A New York City man who admitted to a 1964 killing that was seen as a chilling case of urban apathy has been denied parole for the second time in two months.
The agency has not “fostered an environment that tolerates inappropriate behavior,” the inspector general of the Homeland Security Department said.
Massachusetts State troopers seize 1,250 bags with the misleading packaging at a routine stop.
Two men who helped save six people from drowning in New York City during Superstorm Sandy are among 20 being honored with medals for heroism by the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission.
A Pennsylvania Methodist minister who was defrocked this week for performing a same-sex wedding said Friday he felt compelled to break church doctrine because it was an "act of love" for his son.
Lamborghini just unveiled the Huracan, a supercar that can reach a top speed of more than 202 mph.
Canada's highest cut down all three prostitution-related laws, saying they violate the country's charter guarantees.
With a rise in home prices, sales of repossessed homes have spiked, accounting for 10 percent of all residential sales.
The vote is the first in a batch that the Senate will hold before leaving Washington.
The Ohio Parole Board has recommended against mercy for a condemned killer who raped and stabbed a pregnant woman and now faces a never-tried lethal injection process.
Imagine all the songs that would have to be rewritten if tech investor Tim Draper gets his way and splits California into six pieces.