People all across the country with no ties to the university are contacting lawyers and revealing secrets they've kept for years. "Without a doubt, there's a Domino effect," says one victim's attorney.
A growing number of Egyptians are outraged over the country's military rulers' plans to change the constitution to protect the armed forces from civilian oversight and give themselves the final say over important policies. It's the...
Tens of thousands of Americans moved their money out of major banks over the past few weeks as part of a nationwide protest against their policies. Now activists across the country are urging local governments to do the same. The Village of...
When he died on Oct. 5, Steve Jobs was eulogized as the tech visionary who put elegantly designed gadgets into the lives of people who often hadn't realized the devices were essential until Jobs, and Apple, created them. A recently recovered...
But with one week go to before the so-called supercommittee is supposed to announce a deficit-reduction plan, it's still far from certain that the lawmakers will reach that goal.
Mike McQueary has been under fire because a grand jury report said he never spoke with police about the alleged 2002 sexual attack on a young boy in a Penn State locker room. He's defended his actions in an email.
Falling energy costs kept inflation in check. But oil prices are up today, a sign that coming inflation reports might not be as welcome.
While there are "murmurings" of a deal on deficit reduction, it's far from certain an agreement will be reached. Other news: Key witness in Penn State scandal says he did talk to university police; Syrian Army defectors reportedly...
After yesterday's dramatic move by New York authorities to clear the park of Occupy Wall Street protesters, things are much calmer. But protesters vow to continue their movement.
In what looks to be the largest such attack so far in the months-long uprising against the Assad regime, the Air Force Intelligence building and other sites were struck, activists say.