A 70-year-old grandmother says she used a baseball bat to chase a naked intruder out of her Manchester home.
The United States and other nations that depend on oil imports will release and sell 60 million barrels of crude from emergency stocks in an effort to ease the strain of high oil prices on the g...
The Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission on Wednesday voted to ban wells for the disposal of natural gas drilling fluids from a region where hundreds of earthquakes have struck, a move officials said was necessary to prevent a potential catastrophe.
An Oregon jury took just an hour Tuesday to convict a couple of felony criminal mistreatment for relying on faith healing instead of taking their infant daughter to a doctor.
The last time the Federal Reserve came up with a big plan to help the economy, it totaled $600 billion and touched off a 28 percent rally in the stock market.
A black trash collector convicted of raping and murdering a white Cape Cod fashion writer lost his bid for a new trial Friday when Massachusetts's highest court rejected his claims that racial b...
Think you might do better than President Barack Obama and congressional leaders in picking and choosing what government spending to cut — or taxes to raise — to stave off a debt showdown that could wreck the economy? A new computer game gives you, too, the chance to play "Budget Hero."
Congressional investigators say management of oil and gas resources on public lands and waters is the newest high risk area of the U.S. government.
A soldier who tried to blow the whistle on a plot to murder Afghan civilians pleaded guilty at his court-martial Friday to a charge of involuntary manslaughter in one man's death. ...
Paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division hurled themselves out of five C-17 cargo planes at 1,000 feet on Thursday at Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, N.C.
Judge Merrick B. Garland, center, on Capitol Hill last month.
Democrats won a surprising victory in helping to scuttle the nomination of Ryan W. Bounds to a federal appeals court.
Jurors weighing the fate of a self-help author facing manslaughter charges in an Arizona sweat lodge ceremony that left three dead began deliberations Tuesday but adjourned for the night without...
Police have arrested a New York City schoolteacher on charges of rape, sexual misconduct and giving drugs and alcohol to a child.
The man police say fatally shot a Pennsylvania borough police officer is being held without bail after being charged with homicide.
Baruj Benacerraf, a Venezuela-born immunologist who shared the 1980 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, died Tuesday, his family announced. He was 90.
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