On the interstates in North Carolina people are locking their cars and walking away as a large snow and ice storm moves across the state.
Bitter cold across much of the U.S. has many travelers saying "Get me out of here!" for spring break.
Sochi Recent crashes have some athletes worried, although officials dismissed weather concerns as premature.
Even as America's elected officials have bickered endlessly about the nation's debt load over the past few years, some Americans have quietly taken a different tack.They've been voluntarily giving the government a little extra help with that debt problem.The U.S.
Ray Nagin was convicted Wednesday of accepting bribes and free trips from contractors in exchange for helping them clinch millions of dollars in city work when he was mayor of New Orleans.
Congress has sent legislation to President Barack Obama that would restore full cost-of-living increases for younger military retirees.The Senate approved the legislation 95-3 on Wednesday, a day after the House approved it.Obama is expected to sign the bill.
The FBI wants you to turn in people who engage in “lasing,” which is apparently what some people call pointing a laser at an airplane.It’s offering a healthy reward: $10,000. Those convicted of this federal crime face up to 20 years in jail.
Chobani's quest to get its Greek yogurt to the Sochi Olympics is coming to an end.The company says it will donate a shipment of about 5,000 cups of yogurt it had hoped to send to U.S. athletes at the Winter Games.
GEORGETOWN, Del. — A jury heard final arguments on Wednesday in the trial of a well-known Delaware pediatrician accused of waterboarding his 11-year-old stepdaughter.Prosecutors sought to portray Dr. Melvin Morse, a best-selling author on near-death experiences, as a controlling manipulator.
Bud Konheim has a message for all of the 99 percenters: You're luckier than you think. Konheim, CEO and co-founder of luxury-fashion company Nicole Miller, said on CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Wednesday that Americans not in the top 1 percent would be considered wealthy in most of the world.
A new fossil that captures both birth and death reveals the earliest ancestors of the giant prehistoric sea predators called ichthyosaurs birthed their babies headfirst, according to a new study.
A brutal ice storm slammed the Southeast on Wednesday, blanketing streets with snow and ice and cutting power for more than 350,000 people.
Kentucky must recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states, a federal judge ruled on Wednesday, calling part of a state ban unconstitutional for denying gays and lesbians equal protection under the law.
A newlywed husband, turned widower when wife of two weeks fell to her death while BASE jumping in Zion National Park in Utah, has been cited for violating a federal law that bans parachuting in such locations, an agency spokeswoman said on Wednesday.