A story about the documents posted Thursday on the website The Intercept offered no details on how the intelligence agencies employed the eavesdropping capability.
The bitter cold that has gripped the eastern U.S. is showing no sign of letting up before the weekend as low temperatures broke records Friday.
The backlash is kicking into high gear this spring as millions of students start taking new, more rigorous exams aligned with Common Core standards.
Wal-Mart’s reputation has been pummeled by long-standing complaints that its workers can’t even afford cars to shorten their commutes.
Most areas shouldn’t expect relief anytime soon — the National Weather Service warned that even colder weather could come later in the week as another cold front drops from Canada.
A little dog in New Mexico is being hailed a hero for saving his much larger buddy. One dachshund’s persistence led to a dramatic water rescue of a St. Bernard.
“What we found was his back well-tangled and heavy gauge line with at least five wraps around the base of his tail and trailing hundreds of feet behind him.”
Most Americans support increasing the minimum wage, as well as requiring employers to provide paid sick leave and parental leave, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll.
As is done routinely in surveys, results were weighted, or adjusted, to ensure that responses accurately reflect the population’s makeup by factors such as age, sex, race, education and phone use.
The Dakota Resource Council environmental group tells The Bismarck Tribune that state officials are to blame for not ensuring oil is safe to ship. State leaders dispute that.
“If we’re going to prevent people from being susceptible to the false promises of extremism, then the international community has to offer something better — and the United States intends to do its part.” – President Obama.
During a July Senate hearing on the delayed recall of small cars with faulty switches, lawmakers demanded that the previous counsel for the company be fired.