How many times have you seen an ad for a walk to help raise money for a cause, and thought how nice it would be to take part, but didn't have the time?
It's been six days since Abigail Hernandez of Conway, N.H., went missing, something that is "completely out of character" for the 15-year-old, the FBI said.
When Massachusetts Democratic Congressman Edward Markey discovered that the cell phone information of more than 1.3 million people was handed over to U.S. law enforcement last...
The U.S. Army is tapping the expertise of the nation's top academic researchers to help develop better armor for our troops.
The U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut is buzzing with activity as 248 students begin what's known as "swab summer" training.
Mosquitoes, ants, water bugs, ticks and bees. They are coming out all over the U.S. with a vengeance this summer according to bug experts.
The nation's commercial casinos show revenues up 3 percent, with non-Indian casinos and gambling halls taking in $35.6 billion last year and jobs holding steady at about...
If implemented, the plan would transfer a person's weekly unemployment compensation to a company that hires them, as a payroll subsidy for expanding its staff.
Food & Drink
Whiskey tastings are now legal in Pennsylvania after a law passed last December allowed small distilleries to sell and serve directly to the public for the first time.
Food & Drink
A Zone Green proposal in New York City would allow more greenhouses to be built on commercial buildings, and permit open air farms on both commercial and residential...