The two suspects in the Charlie Hebdo shooting abandoned their car Thursday afternoon and holed up in a house in Cr�py-en-Valois north of Paris, according to French media reports.
The number of people who applied for U.S. unemployment benefits at the end of the year fell slightly and remained below the key 300,000 mark for the 16th time in 17 weeks, offering more proof that the labor market is still on the upswing.
The family of a woman struck and killed by a pickup truck days after Christmas were shocked to learn that they could not donate her organs after doctors discovered she was battling breast cancer.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell last week, adding to signs of a strengthening labor market.
A Missouri baby born three days after Christmas shocked her parents and doctors when they found she already had two developed teeth.
Insurgent progressive potential presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren took aim at the Clinton legacy during a major labor summit on Wednesday.
Sprint is claiming some success in its very aggressive bid to lure customers away from rival carriers.
U.S. crude oil prices rose Thursday after weekly inventories saw a bigger-than-expected drop in the prior session as bullish economic data could indicate production in the nation is close to a stabilization point.