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President Obama on Tuesday criticized loopholes that help protect offshore tax havens and U.S. companies that move abroad for lower tax rates.
A new set of guidelines from HUD will make it tougher for landlords and home sellers to discriminate against applicants who have criminal backgrounds.
Trying to win over conservatives, House Republicans are sweetening their budget proposal by putting several programs on the chopping block.
Spring has not sprung across much of the U.S. Midwest and Northeast where a cold weather system Monday left millions shoveling snow and brought the se
United Airlines has removed a flight attendant from duty after she apparently inflated the emergency slide at a Houston airport, despite no emergency on board.
A church maintenance worker held a suspected burglar at gunpoint until police arrived. WFLA's Lindsey Mastis reports.
One adult was killed and one child was injured after a model rocket exploded Monday night at an elementary school in Thousand Oaks.
We're attracted to people whose emotions we can easily understand—and that may be due in part to matching neural circuitry, according to a new study.
After Jordan Schaeffers kissed his boyfriend, a man body slammed and repeatedly punched him. Police are still searching for suspects.
Winston Moseley was convicted for the 1964 stabbing death of Kitty Genovese in a crime that came to symbolize urban decay and indifference.
The second trial is underway for a former Vanderbilt University football player accused of raping a female student inside a dorm room in 2013.
Andy Warhol's first New York City studio, a two-story firehouse, is being sold by real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield for $9.975 million.
Just six weeks ago she was declared brain dead by doctors. Now this determined teenager is walking and talking.
The alleged domestic violence victim that was with Jamar Clark the night he died has made a statement that starkly contrasts evidence presented.
Amtrak trains were returning to normal service Monday morning as federal officials worked to investigate Sunday's deadly train derailment.