The bad news is that Washington has to make hard choices now to avert disaster. The good news is that some members of Congress are showing real political courage.
Video cameras, fingerprints, and chemical clues could all come into play as authorities try to identify who drove an explosives-laden vehicle into Times Square. The bomb plot left behind plenty of evidence.
Forget blizzards here on Earth. A Saturn storm is so large and fierce that even amateur astronomers from Earth can watch it.
Water ice discovered on the surface of an asteroid orbiting the sun between Jupiter and Mars lends credibility to the theory that asteroids, not comets, brought water to Earth.
A recent ‘tea party’ rally showed lots of anger toward President Obama, but little consistent support for liberty in America.
The US economy has been propped up in part by government stimulus spending, but some of those artificial supports are slated to fall away later this year. The big question is whether the economy can sustain jobs growth on its own.
A proposed futures commodity exchange, in which investors could speculate on which movies will make money, is opposed by the MPAA as 'legalized gambling on movie receipts.'
Personal spending rose 0.3 percent in February, the Commerce Department reported Monday. But US stimulus programs have not managed to boost household incomes.
Snacks? Check. NCAA basketball tournament bracket? Check. Remote? Check. OK, time for some last-minute cramming about the best March Madness trivia.
A look at the wave of debt crises spreading around the globe.