'Negotiations will not solve the problems' between Iran and the US, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said today, squashing one-on-one nuclear talks proposed by the US.
Karl Rove says his new political group isn't aiming to defeat tea party candidates – just poor politicians. Rep. Paul Broun, who is running for Senate in Georgia, may be the group's first test case.
Iran's foreign minister said he was 'optimistic' about looming nuclear talks. But political sparring ahead of June presidential elections could stymie any dealmaking now.
The entrepreneurial-minded app industry has created more than 520,000 jobs in its first five years – and should continue to be an area of growth in an otherwise weak economy.
A PVC tube has become the conduit for food, medication, and ongoing negotiations between law enforcement and the Alabama man who shot a bus driver and took a child hostage on Tuesday.
There's a glorious interplay between historical fact and fiction in this week's fiction roundup.
A report by two energy-consulting firms says the US government has not protected US taxpayers well enough against the risks of federal loan guarantees to a new nuclear power project.
A storm system spawned tornadoes, closed I-75 in northern Georgia, and killed two people, one in Georgia and one in Tennessee.
Authorities call 'sextortion' a variant of 'sexting' in which someone assumes a false Internet identity and coerces others into providing sexually explicit content. Two cases point to the trend.
The Education Department issued a letter Friday advising public schools how to offer equal opportunities for disabled students in sports. Some say it is a landmark moment.