Passengers experienced a frightening landing at Madeira Airport when heavy winds made for some challenging conditions.
Ebola is very much on the minds of Americans, as 8 in 10 Americans believe someone new will be diagnosed with the disease in the coming weeks. But there is overwhelming confidence in the federal government's ability to prevent a nationwide epidemic, a new CNN/ORC International Polls shows.
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The federal government has sued New York City, saying it ripped off Medicaid for millions of dollars by submitting tens of thousands of false claims.
As the second year of ObamaCare enrollment approaches, the focus this time is on the security of information the government requires enrollees to provide.
One week ago, Jaylen Fryberg stood tall as part of his high school's homecoming court, spurring his fellow students to cheer.
Federal regulators have cut Maine fishermen's quota for elvers by nearly 18 percent to allow the stock of the lucrative baby eels to rebuild.
Shares of some top telecom companies were up at the close of trading: AT&T Inc. rose $.24 or .7 percent, to $34.11.
Shares of some top restaurant companies were mixed at the close of trading: Brinker International Inc. rose $.20 or .4 percent, to $51.48.
Shares of some top internet companies were mixed at the close of trading: Amazon rose $2.91 or 1.0 percent, to $289.97.
Shares of some top food companies were mixed at the close of trading: ConAgra Foods Inc. fell $.14 or .4 percent, to $34.06.
Shares of some top homebuilders companies were mixed at the close of trading: DR Horton fell $.03 or .1 percent, to $22.93.
Shares of some top education companies were mixed at the close of trading: Apollo Group fell $.19 or .7 percent, to $25.72.
Shares of some top coal companies were down at the close of trading: Arch Coal fell $.05 or 2.7 percent, to $1.79.
Shares of some top credit card companies were mixed at the close of trading: American Express Co. rose $.23 or .3 percent, to $86.63.
A man says the devil made him crash his car into Ten Commandments statue outside of Oklahoma state capitol building and then issue a threat to President Obama. KFOR's Andrew Donley reports.