Actress Elizabeth Norment, who helped keep Kevin Spacey's "House of Cards" character in order, died Oct. 13.
Australian stocks advanced early Wednesday, following commodities and U.S. shares higher.
As election day nears, all eyes are on Georgia, where the race for the Senate is neck-and-neck.
A wealthy Kurdish man who's always admired the White House for its "beauty and simplicity" is building a replica in the Iraqi city of Erbil.
The FTC is accusing AT&T Mobile of "throttling," or lowering data speeds for millions of customers with unlimited data plans.
As a lava flow slowly advances toward their homes, many residents on Hawaii’s Big Island are preparing for the worst.
A late alert from the Department of Homeland Security says federal buildings, not just in Washington, but around the U.S. must beef up their security.
Just seconds after its launch to the International Space Station, a supply rocket burst into flames in Wallop Island, Virginia.
Chuck Todd took the 'Meet the Voters' road trip to Augusta and Dawsonville, GA and caught up with both the Republican and Democratic Senate candidates.
NBC’s Chris Jansing traveled to Liberia with U.N. ambassador Samantha Power for a close-up look on the front lines of the fight against Ebola.
Government contractor Engility Holdings Inc. said Tuesday it plans to acquire TASC Inc. in an all-stock deal valued at $1.1 billion, including debt.
Scientist Bill Nye discusses the explosion of an unmanned NASA-contracted rocket during its launch in Virginia.
As Dallas nurse Amber Vinson heads home, President Obama stresses that all Americans treated for Ebola have so far survived.
Tuesday, October 28 at 9p ET, CNN's in depth look at the Iran hostage crisis and America's first brush with political Islam.
CNN's Jim Sciutto gets a rare look inside the old U.S. embassy in Iran where the 1979 hostage crisis began.
Federal regulators say it's illegal to fly drones or model planes near stadiums and that violators can face up to a year.
An unmanned NASA rocket, the Antares, exploded Tuesday night just after lift-off at a launch facility at Wallops Island, Virginia.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission in coming weeks will vote on whether Internet TV should have the same access to television programming as cable and satellite TV providers, which could shake up competition in the video industry.
Deutsche Bank will reshuffle top management by naming Marcus Schenck, former finance chief at energy group E.ON and Goldman Sachs banker, as chief financial officer and putting current CFO Stefan Krause in charge of operations and strategy, the bank said on Tuesday.