President Obama had a chat on Zillow.com about housing issues Wednesday. He's trying to generate interest in the topic in D.C., but critics say he had other motives.
At a fundraiser in swing-state New Hampshire, Mitt Romney urges Republicans to rally behind 'electable' candidates for 2016 and not to risk a government shutdown to stop Obamacare.
The home where three Cleveland women were held captive for a decade by Ariel Castro was demolished Wednesday. Michelle Knight, who is becoming the public face of the victims, was there.
Obama, on Leno for the sixth time, said Americans should still travel but exercise caution, amid an elevated terror threat. Obama and Leno also talked Hillary, McCain, and a certain vegetable Obama claims to love.
Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos says he's not out to change Washington Post values or micromanage operations. He has a record of investing for the long term and presiding over profitable enterprises.
In Rwanda, Chelsea Clinton offers yet another hint of her political plans: She's not considering a run for public office, unless she 'didn't like how my city or state or country were being run.'
The three women held captive by Ariel Castro will have a lead role, along with members of the Cleveland community, in determining what will replace the Castro house, says the president of the bank that now owns the property. Demolition begins Wednesday.
Data from states with 'stand your ground' laws raise questions about how notions of self-defense are evolving and whether, under such laws, race-based fears are more likely to influence juries.