All D.C.-area federal agencies were closed Monday after the snowstorm last weekend. Shutting down the federal government costs $100 million a day in lost productivity.
The US Chemical Safety Board, citing seven instances where workers died purging gas lines, released urgent new recommendations just three days before the Middletown explosion in Connecticut Sunday that killed at least five people.
Iran announced its intentions Monday to begin processing its uranium stockpile to a higher level of enrichment. Nuclear energy experts say the country is taking yet another step toward producing a nuclear weapon, though a bomb is still years away.
Scott Lee Cohen dropped out of the Illinois lieutenant governor race Monday at the urging of the state Democratic Party, after revelations that Cohen was once arrested for domestic abuse.
The GOP has asked to start with a clean slate on healthcare reform, but that’s not how Obama wants to approach it.
Five years after Katrina devastated their city, New Orleanians are putting their knowledge and experience to use in Haiti.
The Levi Strauss ad on Super Bowl Sunday apparently enticed a lot of people to search online for how to enter to win a pair of Dockers free pants.
For New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, defeat of Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts in the Super Bowl confirms his place as one of the top quarterbacks in the game.
The New Orleans Saints beat the Indianapolis Colts 31-17 in Super Bowl XLIV by outplaying and outcoaching them at the key moments of the game.
Will Dwight Freeney bound back? Will Terry Tate: Office Linebacker make an appearance? Here are 10 things to watch for in tonight's Super Bowl:
The Saints colors in Super Bowl XLIV Sunday will be white jerseys. The Colts’ decision to wear blue is significant.
The Middletown explosion at an under-construction power plant in Connecticut may have been caused by a natural gas leak, according to officials. The blast is reported to have killed two people and injured several more.
It used to be said that defense wins championships. Super Bowl 2010 highlights how much that has changed: both the Indianapolis Colts and the New Orleans Saints rank pretty low in defense.
GOP superstar Sarah Palin said in an interview Sunday that she was open to a presidential bid in 2012, and that President Obama wouldn't win if elections were held today.
Light, folksy, and full of jabs against President Obama and the Democrats in Washington, Sarah Palin’s tea party speech in Nashville, Tenn., marked a possible milestone for her future presidential plans. But will the tea party movement help or hurt her plans in the long run?
President Obama is hosting a Super Bowl party tomorrow and former Senator Fred Thompson said Obama wants it decided by negotiation.
A DuPont Circle snowball fight becomes national news as the nation's capital received more than two feet of snow on Saturday.
The mainstream media ‘can no longer control the narrative’ of American culture, contends counter-media mogul Andrew Breitbart in a fiery speech to Tea Party Conventioneers. But that doesn’t mean tea partiers are saying ‘no comment’ to establishment reporters.
US society and the Pentagon are moving toward ending the ban on gays serving openly in the military. But powerful lawmakers want to keep the 1993 law, and it may be other conservatives who convince them that times have changed.