Speculation has been rampant that the hard-line communist state sponsored last week’s hack in anger over the new Sony movie “The Interview.”
Thirty-six days after their Suffolk home was packed up, the boxes arrived in Hawaii. When movers began unloading, they heard a quick, faint “meow.”
The Supreme Court is taking up a pregnancy discrimination case with the potential to affect many American women who continue to work throughout their pregnancies.
Judy Huth’s lawsuit filed Tuesday in Los Angeles accuses Cosby of forcing her to perform a sex act on him in a bedroom of the Playboy Mansion around 1974.
The tax breaks benefit big corporations and small businesses, as well as commuters, teachers and people who live in states without a state income tax.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after authorities say he drove his car into the pedestrian walkway on the Golden Gate Bridge and got it struck there.
Retailers from Target to Amazon have been offering online deals since the beginning of November, and are promising “cyber” deals all week.
That’s a far shorter list than some in the White House had hoped for when Hagel resigned last week under pressure from Obama.
“The reality is that, given our limited resources, these people are not priorities for removal. It’s time we acknowledge that and encourage them to be held accountable.”
Low gas prices accelerated a trend toward SUVs. Gas prices fell 23 cents in November to a four-year low of $2.76 per gallon, according to AAA.
Police say towing business owner Jody Lee Hunt fatally shot four people — one who owned a competing company and another who filed a domestic violence case against him — and then himself Monday
The justices considered the case of a Pennsylvania man convicted of posting violent threats on Facebook — in the form of rap lyrics — about killing his estranged wife, shooting up a school and slitting the throat of an FBI agent.