A ferocious ice storm was wreaking havoc Wednesday across the Southeast, cutting power for more than 420,000 customers and caking streets in ice and snow.Georgia — not accustomed to dealing with such wintry chaos — was the bull's eye for the storm, with wide swaths of the state in the dark.
A civilian NSA employee recently resigned after being stripped of his security clearance for allowing former agency contractor Edward Snowden to use his personal log-in credentials to access classified information, according to an agency memo obtained by NBC News.
The U.S. men's hockey team makes its debut Thursday vs. Slovakia. What can we expect from Team USA at Sochi?
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Cozy foam insulation that attracted nesting mice is likely to blame for an outbreak of hantavirus that sickened at least 10 campers and killed three of them in 2012, California health officials said Wednesday.
Another day, another GoPro camera getting the third-degree from an animal, this time from a pig inspecting one that apparently fell from an airplane into its pen.
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.