Foreclosures fell in June to their lowest leve since December 2006, but a lengthy judicial foreclosure process in certain states is leading to a rise of pent up foreclosure activity.
While some say the extensive media coverage of the George Zimmerman trial provided a civics lesson to the US public, others saw a play for ratings that did little to address key issues in the case.
Beef recall involves 23,000 pounds of raw ground beef that may contain E.coli. The beef recall affects 12 states that received ground beef from Kansas facility owned by National Beef Packing Company.
Tropical storm Andrea pounds Florida with heavy rain and 60 m.p.h. winds Thursday. Already, two tornadoes touched down. Next in the path of tropical storm Andrea: Georgia and the Carolinas.
GOP leader Rep. Tom Price explains why he wants to start negotiations with Senate Democrats over how to strike a budget deal. Tea partyers in the Senate are blocking talks.
Atheists books next to Bibles: If Georgia state parks allow Bibles in cabins, atheists say they will put secular books next to the Bibles.
Car drives into a crowd at a parade in Virginia Saturday. The car, driven by an elderly man, injured 50 to 60 people, but there were no fatalities in the crowd.
Democrats may struggle to recruit moderate and conservative-leaning candidates for the 2014 midterm elections in states with the most competitive Senate races.
Organizing for Action, an issue-advocacy group that spun off from President Obama's reelection campaign, is going after some Democrats and competing for fundraising dollars.
President Obama hit the golf course Monday with two Republican senators in an effort to build support for his second-term agenda. He has also had several dinners with GOP lawmakers.