Susan Morris Stillwaggon Is Charged With Using a Child to Commit a Criminal Offense More »New Jersey Mom Allegedly Told Son, 9, He Had Cancer as Part of Scam
Allied Veterans of the World Is Accused of Using Illegal Slot Machines More »Veterans Charity Investigated for Internet Café Racketeering, Company Lawyer Denies Wrongdoing
GDP Grew 2.5 Percent, Less Than Economists' Expected More »U.S. Economy Grew by 2.5 Percent in First Quarter
Companies Think Twice About Purchasing Terrorism Insurance After Boston Bombing More »Insurance Payout May Depend on Whether Boston Bombing Was 'Terrorist Act'
The Solar Impulse solar-powered airplane made history in 2010 when it embarked on the first-ever solar-powered night flight, and again in 2012 when it made the first intercontinental solar-powered flight (Europe to North Africa). Now the co-founders and pilots of Solar Impulse have announced plans... More »Solar Plane Makes Last Test Flight Before 'Across America' Trip
Federal Hospital Preparedness Program Faces $125 Million Budget Cut More »Drills That Readied Boston Hospitals, EMS for Bombings Face Funding Cuts
Former Supermodel Is the Only Full-Time Female Driver in Sprint Cup Series More »Danica Patrick: The Art of Racing in a Man's World
Providence Police Department Reported No Foul Play More »Body Confirmed as Missing Brown University Student Sunil Tripathi
White House Accuses Syria of Using Nerve Agent Sarin More »Defense Secretary Hagel Says Syria Has Used Chemical Weapons
Rick Smith Allegedly Killed the Three Adults and Two Children at Close Range More »Illinois Man Allegedly Killed Five People, Carried One Child to Safety
Grocers Claim Tater Cartel Fixes Prices, Mashes Merchants' Margins More »Small Potatoes, Not: Suit Alleges OPEC-like Tuber Cartel
21 Men, Women Charged on 84 Counts Involving Car Theft Ring More »Justice Department Charges 21 in Multi-State Car Theft Ring
In 2007, Blessing Makwera found a device with wires sticking out of it in his native country of Zimbabwe. Not knowing what the device was, the then-15-year-old placed it in his mouth. It exploded, causing him to lose his jaw, teeth and part of... More »Maimed African Teen's Amazing Journey to America
Lawyers for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Could Be Furloughed, Delaying His Trial More »Budget Cuts Could Delay 'Boston Bomber' Trial
The Cost of a New Limb Can Add up Over a Lifetime More »Health Care Costs for Boston Marathon Amputees Add Up Over Time
UNIVERSITY PARK, Texas — Former President George W. Bush says he isn’t interested in playing on the national political stage any longer. But for family, he’s making an exception. Asked in an interview with ABC News’ Diane Sawyer whether he thinks his brother former Florida... More »George W. Bush Tells Jeb to 'Run,' Says Jeb vs. Hillary Would Make 'Fantastic Photo'
Workers Ordered Into Factory Before Deadly Collapse, Labor Group Says More »More Than 87 Dead and Toll Could Rise At Bangladesh Garment Factory
UNIVERSITY PARK, Texas — Of all the images to have emerged from the post-presidential George W. Bush, few have been as startling – or as revealing – as his paintings. It’s an unlikely hobby that has developed into a passion for the former president. Bush... More »George W. Bush: 'Painting has Changed My Life'
A British court convicted 57-year-old Jim McCormick of three counts of fraud, and now police vow to go after his riches. More »Brit Convicted of Selling Fake Bomb Detectors, Iraq Still Using Them
State Sen. Stacey Campfield Is Refusing to Apologize for His Blog Post More »Tennessee Senator Refuses to Apologize for Pressure Cooker Joke
Public Defenders Representing Dzhokhar Tsarneav Face Threats, Budget Cuts More »Suspected Boston Bomber Receives All-Star Defense Team
Arrest Warrant Could Add to Tsarnaev Family Saga in Wake of Bombing More »Mother of Accused Bombers Faces Her Own Legal Woes
"Tragedy, To All Of Us" Says Member of Boston Mosque Where Tsarnaev Brothers Worshipped More »Muslim Leaders Sought to Negotiate Accused Bomber's Peaceful Surrender
Workers Must Take at Least 5 Unpaid Days Off More »Sequester Hits IRS, More than 89,000 Employees Furloughed