After nearly a year of debate and ahead of his televised health care summit later this week, President Obama released his own version of health care reform legislation today.
Najibullah Zazi has admitted that he planned to carry out a "martyrdom" attack on the New York City subways.
Placido Domingo says that he will undergo "medically recommended preventive surgery."
A swimming pool at Jones Beach and programming at Niagara Falls are among the cuts the state wants to make to the parks system this summer.
A federal judge rejected Hiram Monserrate's suit to block his expulsion from the New York State Senate.
Figure skating coach Joe Jorgens talks about the best music to skate to.
A federal judge today rejected Hiram Monserrate's suit to block his expulsion from the New York State Senate.
In his decision, U.S. District Judge William Pauley says "the question of who should represent the 13th Senatorial District is one for the voters, not for this court." He says that the negative ...
Officials say a software engineer furious with the Internal Revenue Service flew his small plane into an Austin building housing nearly 200 federal tax employees.
Pakistani and U.S. intelligence agents continue to strike at Afghan Taliban leaders based in Pakistan.
President Barack Obama says things would be much worse without the stimulus program that he signed one year ago today.
President Obama says it is time for the U.S. to build its first nuclear reactor since the 1970's, and he's committed billions to make sure it happens.
Visitors to Coney Island will have a few more rides to hop onto starting this summer.
Visitors to Coney Island will have a few more rides to line up for this summer.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg says 19 new rides will be open on the former site of the Astroland Amusement Park. Four more rides will open in the summer of 2011.
The rides will be run by Central ...
U.S. and Afghan commanders say they're succeeding in pushing Taliban fighters from strongholds around the city of Marjah in the southern part of the country.
Senator Evan Bayh, Democrat of Indiana, announced on Monday that he will not seek a third term in Congress this fall.
A force of 6,000 American, Afghan and British troops have launched their attack on the Taliban stronghold of Marja.
A luge athlete from Georgia was killed in a crash during a training run on the Olympic sliding track in Vancouver.
The former President may be back to work as soon as Monday.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is withholding payments to the state's schools, universities, hospitals and other programs in order to close a $2.2 billion budget shortfall.
A huge pro-government crowd at state-run celebrations in Iran today dwarfed opposition protesters, who were stymied by a massive security clampdown.