Hillary Clinton's not like
the rest of us? Good!
History tells us that wealth doesn’t actually have much to do with making presidents self-absorbed; insecurity does.
Rand Paul's bold claim
about IS militants
The GOP presidential candidate says hawks within his party are responsible for the terrorist group's rise.
FCC takes aim at annoying robocalls
Tired of getting unwanted telemarketing calls during the dinner hour? The government may have a solution.
How can McDonald's
The fast food giant has struggled, but by implementing some tips offered by industry experts, it could rebound.
FIFA rocked by major
corruption scandal, arrests
Several leaders of soccer's ruling body are arrested in Zurich as part of a U.S. criminal investigation.
Taco Bell, Pizza Hut drop
artificial colors, flavors
The fast-food chains are the latest to distance themselves from ingredients diners may find unappetizing.
'Ugly' potential fallout from Supreme Court health care case
Ruling may gut 'Obamacare,' but Republicans would feel the heat if millions lose subsidies.
Cleveland, Justice Depart reach settlement on police
Cleveland has reached a settlement with the U.S. Justice Department over what federal authorities said was a pattern of unconstitutional policing and excessive use of force, the New York Times reported on Monday.
Charter expected to buy Time Warner Cable
Charter Communications Inc. is near an agreement to buy Time Warner Cable Inc. for about $55.1 billion in cash and stock, after French billionaire Patrick Drahi expressed interest in the assets, according to people familiar with the matter.
Launching campaign, Sanders appeals to party's Warren wing
For Democrats who had hoped to lure Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren into a presidential campaign, independent Sen. Bernie Sanders might be the next best thing..
City of the Future is -- Cincinnati?
Cincinnati has nothing to lose by adopting a data-savvy governance model that turns tradition on its head. The results might start a national trend.
Will Obama's 'one
Iraq' policy work?
The IS seizure of Ramadi have many questioning the strategy as Iraqis call Ash Carter's remark's "unrealistic and baseless."
The real story
behind Memorial Day
It's more than just a three-day weekend marking the unofficial start of summer.
Navy plans to raise sunken
The Navy is preparing to send its premier diving teams to Georgia to help salvage the 1,200-ton vessel.
Major banks plead guilty to currency manipulation
Four financial institutions have been fined billions for criminally rigging global markets going back to 2007.
Islamic State enters ruins of ancient city
Extremists are in full control of the central city of Palmyra after seizing it from the Syrian military.
in ATM data thefts
Cybercriminals are stealing debit card information from machines at the highest rate in two decades.
Rand Paul ends 'filibuster'
against Patriot Act
The Republican commandeered the Senate floor to protest against renewal of the post-Sept. 11 law
America sees differences
in Waco, Baltimore
As scenes of the massive shootout in Texas emerge, many are concerned with how the two violent incidents were handled.
Michelle Obama creates her
own workout video
The first lady demonstrates her top five fitness moves in a video for #GimmeFive.
Push for new war powers
stalls in Congress
A move to write new war powers to authorize the Obama administration's battle against the Islamic State might just be dead.
U.S. strategy in Iraq doubted after fall of Ramadi
The city's capture by IS revealed a weak Iraqi army, which the White House is relying on for stabilization.
Teacher publicly rebukes bully, then gets fired
Nicole LeMire, who teaches fifth grade, says she addressed one boy's aggressive actions in front of the class.
Jeb Bush toughens stance
against gay marriage
The likely 2016 candidate says he does not believe the Constitution grants a right to same-sex marriage.
Amtrak resumes service
on Northeast Corridor
Trains begin rolling between NYC and Philadelphia for the first time since last week's deadly crash.
GOP candidates finally admit Bush's war was a mistake
Presidential candidates have reached a consensus on a conflict that left 4,491 Americans dead. 'Everybody accepts that now'
in all 50 states
The most "distinctive" causes of death in each state range from disease to killings by law enforcement