Authorities say an SUV driven by an elderly woman has been hit by a train at a crossing in New York, about 40 miles south of a fatal crash last month that killed six.
A small Alaska-based firm is defending itself against criticism that it helped the much bigger Dish Network claim more than $3 billion in federal credits through a regulatory loophole involving a company jointly formed by the two entities.
The Nasdaq composite index is closing above 5,000 for the first time since the dot-com bubble peaked 15 years ago.
Three men stole several barrels of gold worth more than $4 million from a truck traveling through eastern North Carolina, authorities said Monday.
An artist commissioned years ago to paint a portrait of former President Bill Clinton has revealed a secret reference -- to Monica -- tucked into the shadows of the official painting.
"Judge Judy" will be holding court for a few more years, thanks to a new deal from CBS.
Problems with the Federal Aviation Administration's cybersecurity is "threatening the agency's ability to ensure the safe and uninterrupted operation of the national airspace system," a new Government Accountability Office report out Monday found.
College students and other individuals who plan a career in education can get a head start finding jobs during the Teacher Employment Fair set for Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at the Southwest Virginia H
England footballer Adam Johnson has been suspended by his club Sunderland until a police investigation has been completed, the Press Association reported Monday.
A drought from 2006 to 2010 was among the triggers for the current uprising in Syria, according to a new study.
Congressional Republicans are sending a message that they hope the Supreme Court and voters will hear: The country's health care system won't crumble if the justices obliterate a bedrock feature of President Barack Obama's heath care law.
For the second time in less than a week, union opponents outnumbered supporters Monday at a public hearing on a bill to make Wisconsin the 25th right-to-work state — a proposal that's moving on a fast track through the Republican-controlled Legislature.
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling is firing back at cyberbullies who posted offensive comments about his daughter on Twitter.
Mexican authorities have fined a mining company about $1.5 million for an Aug. 7 spill of copper sulfate and heavy metals that contaminated two rivers in northern Mexico.
In parched California, rainfall patterns are essentially the same as they were 120 years ago, but humans have made it warmer, a new study says.
Oil futures settled with a modest loss on Monday, reversing course in the last half hour of trading after spending much of the session above $50 a barrel.