Shares of some top utilities companies are mixed at 1 p.m.: American Electric Power Co. unchanged at $56.58.
Lawmakers plan to vote Tuesday on the final provisions of the state budget, including changes to teacher evaluations and an ethics proposal intended to clean up Albany's pernicious corruption problem.
A Southwest Airlines flight from Phoenix to Spokane, Washington, was diverted to Idaho after a burning electrical or smoke smell was reported in the passenger cabin.
The United States could have had more than a dozen Ebola cases monthly during the height of the epidemic in West Africa last year, and a half dozen cases in treatment simultaneously, according to a new study
New York has joined four other states in suing companies they say sell magazine and newspaper subscriptions at inflated prices and without the permission of the publishers.
A San Francisco suburb hit by a deadly gas-line blast in 2010 is supporting a proposed tougher penalty for the utility involved.
The head of the IRS says his agency has eliminated a huge processing backlog of groups seeking tax-exempt status.
It's no secret that most people accumulate wrinkles on their faces as they age.
The Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday charged former Polycom Inc. Chief Executive Andrew Miller with using nearly $200,000 in corporate funds for personal perks not disclosed to investors.
Secretary of State John Kerry is taking heat for exaggerating about his role as a senator in organizing the chamber’s first climate-change hearings.
Germany and France plan to work together with Italy to develop military surveillance drones that could also carry weapons.
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Talks over Iran's nuclear program could continue into Wednesday, extending a key deadline that had been set for this evening, White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Tuesday.