Authorities say a floatplane with 10 people aboard has crashed in southwest Alaska.
Seattle teachers reached a tentative agreement with the city’s school district as their strike entered its fifth day.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is ordering a ban on sales of four cigarette brands from R.J. Reynolds.
UPS said Tuesday it will hire 90,000 to 95,000 employees to help handle shipping and deliveries.
Subway co-founder Fred DeLuca died Monday evening after being diagnosed with leukemia two years ago.
Eric Dineen has been homeless for about a week while he waits for the department of social services to close an open case.
The floods came after heavy rains fell in the canyons just north of the towns, sending waves of water barreling through the streets.
Consumers will help sustain U.S. economic growth despite a broader global slowdown.
A school bus has rolled off a freeway overpass in Houston, killing two students and seriously injuring two others.
European aircraft giant Airbus has officially opened its first U.S. final assembly manufacturing facility in Mobile.
Fall sports are in full swing and proper nutrition is important to fuel kids’ activity.
Officials say a Chicago-bound American Airlines flight was diverted to Indianapolis after a woman struck another passenger.
The Secret Service, FBI, and Department of Homeland Security say plans are in place to keep Pope Francis safe.
Target is testing the online grocery delivery waters.
A man accused of sending bomb-making plans to an FBI informant is due in court .