Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla begin a four day visit to the United States with several stops around Washington, D.C.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study is the first to report on worsening memory loss or confusion in households and could offer insight into the health and financial consequences for families.
Ice, snow and cold freezes much of the United States. Sarah Dallof reports
The French are now trying to track down half a dozen people who may have been involved in the Paris attacks. Authorities say there are no credible threats in the U.S.
The United States announced plans Wednesday to restore diplomatic and economic ties with the communist island of Cuba.
The first nurse to be infected with Ebola has been moved to the National Institutes of Health, as the government mobilizes efforts around the country to stop the deadly disease. Tracie Potts reports.
Colorado has begun to issue driver's licenses to immigrants who are in the United States illegally. Jessica Oh reports.
President Barack Obama praised the European Union Tuesday for imposing tough new sanctions on Russia and announced additional U.S. sanctions on the country's defense, energy and financial sectors.
President Obama is trying to use U.S. influence to calm to areas of conflict. Brian Mooar reports.
The U.S. national team qualified for the last 16 of the 2014 World Cup despite losing 1-0 to Germany in Recife on Thursday.
The United States, European, Russian and Ukrainian officials will meet today for the first time in Geneva to try and resolve the crisis in the Ukraine.
Experts say young Americans are taking a greater interest in their retirement savings.
President Obama starts a new term, but the old problems still remain.
Eight of the 15 cities on the fastest-growing list are in Texas.
A new report shows just how good or bad air quality levels are around the nation.
The U.S. Postal service took a big financial hit last quarter.