Two people were killed, four were injured, and 200 evacuated after a powerful explosion in an Indianapolis neighborhood. Two neighboring homes were destroyed in the blast. Authorities are searching for a cause.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced gasoline rationing in the five boroughs, starting early Friday morning, along with Long Island. In the meantime, power crews are slowly getting electrical power restored.
In an interview with ABC, Republican Representative John Boehner suggested he will not prioritize the repeal of the healthcare law to the extent that he has in the past. But following the interview, a spokesman for Boehner said repealing the law 'would be on the table.'
Jared Loughner, the man who killed six and wounded 13 in an Arizona shooting spree, was sentenced to life in prison without parole on Thursday. Former U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords attended the hearing, but did not speak.
To cut waits and hoarding, New York City's Mayor Michael Bloomberg and New Jersey's Governor have announced rationing plans. Only one quarter of New York City's gas stations are open, according to Bloomberg. He calls the rationing plan 'practical and enforceable.'
Former Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords stood in federal court to face Arizona shooter Jared Loughner on Thursday moments before he was sentenced to life in prison. Loughner received seven consecutive life terms plus 140 years in prison, without the possibility of parole.
According to initial exit polls, Republican candidate Mitt Romney, who backed hard-line immigration measures, came away with 27 percent Hispanic support, less than any presidential candidate in 16 years.
Karl Rove challenged the premature declaration of an Obama win in Ohio. Now Fox News says Karl Rove added to the network's coverage. Meanwhile, what's the feud between Donald Trump and NBC's Brian Williams?
Northeast storm, coming toward New York and New Jersey, will bring a 3-foot storm surge. The classic Northeast storm has already forced 360 flight cancellations by the airlines, and more are expected Wednesday.
The Missouri Republican Todd Akin, known for his rape comments, has lost his senate race to incumbent Democrat Claire McCaskill. Prior to Akin's unpopular rape comments, McCaskill had seemed to be vulnerable.