The Republican is giving an update to his supporters on whether he should run for president a third time.
The U.S. has proposed analyzing genetic information as part of a new initiative to understand human disease.
The home ownership rate slipped to 63.9 percent, the lowest level since the third quarter of 1994.
The change in the definition of broadband means nearly a fifth of Americans lack access to high-speed Internet.
A new poll shows Americans are more likely than ever to favor easing a ban on exporting crude oil.
Up to four percent of Americans are expected to pay a penalty for failing to obtain health coverage last year.
The fiscal 2016 budget, which the White House intends to unveil on Monday, would fund a host of programs that Republicans are unlikely to support.
The number of children relying on food stamps spiked to 16 million last year, signaling a lopsided economic recovery.
The top Democrat on the House intelligence panel is introducing a bill to authorize war against ISIS.
More than a million cars, vans, and SUVs are being recalled to fix seat belt and other problems.
Meteorologists have been getting a lot of grief for their overzealous snow forecasts but they didn't get it all wrong.
A massive blizzard hammered New England, leaving lots of damage behind.
Loretta Lynch, President Barack Obama's pick for attorney general, sought to make a clean break from the testy relationship her predecessor had with Congress.
The enrollment period for 2015 coverage opened on Nov. 15 and ends on Feb. 15.
As New York and New Jersey lifted travel bans, Massachusetts braces for more snow.
World leaders joined Auschwitz survivors at the site of the former Nazi death camp to mark 70 years since its liberation by Soviet troops.
Some of our favorite photos and tweets from #Snowmageddon2015.
A man shot two police officers shortly after a swearing in ceremony at a city hall in a Minneapolis suburb.
A potentially historic snowstorm has canceled flights, shuttered schools and businesses, and threatens millions of Americans.
The Obama administration is unveiling what it calls a historic shift in the way Medicare pays hospitals and doctors.