Tom Sherman - 12 hours ago
President Obama has final press conference of the year
The president touched on a myriad of geopolitical issues in his final press conference of the year, from the economy to "The Interview."
Protesters greet Obama as he arrives for vacation in Hawaii Protesters greet Obama as he arrives for vacation in Hawaii
Dan Taylor - 1 hour ago
Obama will enjoy two weeks in his birth state in the annual holiday visit, this time without any major crises or pressing deadlines to distract him.
Staples: Personal details of 1.2 million customers exposed in data breach Staples: Personal details of 1.2 million customers exposed in data breach
Dan Taylor - 2 hours ago
The retailer announced it was looking into a potential breach of credit card data back in October.
Slow sales? Retailers hope holiday procrastinators will save their year Slow sales? Retailers hope holiday procrastinators will save their year
Dan Taylor - 2 hours ago
Retailers are now pulling out all the stops to get consumers into the stores.
Hillary Clinton's support for the Democratic nomination drops, still holds a 49-point lead Hillary Clinton's support for the Democratic nomination drops, still holds a 49-point lead
Dan Taylor - 2 hours ago
The race is likely to get tighter as more candidates declare, but she remains the odds-on favorite to win the party's nomination in 2016.
CIA officials who allegedly snooped on Congress won't be charged: report CIA officials who allegedly snooped on Congress won't be charged: report
Dan Taylor - 2 hours ago
Although a panel investigating the allegations is expected to criticize the CIA's practices, they are not likely to charge the five officials involved.
T-Mobile settles 'cramming' lawsuit with FTC for $90 million in fines, refunds T-Mobile settles 'cramming' lawsuit with FTC for $90 million in fines, refunds
Dan Taylor - 3 hours ago
The FTC alleged that the company had been in bed with third-party companies to overbill consumers, and that the end settlement amount could stretch well beyond $100 million.
Blackberry helping Boeing build a special Android-style smartphone Blackberry helping Boeing build a special Android-style smartphone
David Keup - 12 hours ago
The new self-destructing Boeing Black smartphone was designed to be used by spies and others that need to have high security and a modular device.
President Obama has final press conference of the year President Obama has final press conference of the year
Tom Sherman - 12 hours ago
The president touched on a myriad of geopolitical issues in his final press conference of the year, from the economy to "The Interview."
Education Department creates a federal college ranking system Education Department creates a federal college ranking system
Tom Sherman - 12 hours ago
College rankings have always been an imprecise science; however, the federal government aims to revamp the current ranking system in order to help clarify the state of higher education.
Staples investigating large data security breach: Over 1 million payment cards compromised Staples investigating large data security breach: Over 1 million payment cards compromised
David Keup - 12 hours ago
Staples’ data security experts detected that criminals deployed malware to some point-of-sale systems at 115 of its more than 1,400 U.S. retail stores.
Google on the offensive: Slaps Mississippi attorney general with new lawsuit Google on the offensive: Slaps Mississippi attorney general with new lawsuit
TSC_admin - 15 hours ago
Accused of enabling piracy by the state's attorney general backed by MPAA, Google goes to court.
Did Cuba cozy up to the U.S. over oil? Some experts think so Did Cuba cozy up to the U.S. over oil? Some experts think so
Dan Taylor - 20 hours ago
Cubans are hoping it could help economically by encouraging U.S. businesses to take advantage of oil and gas basins off of Cuba's northwest coast.
Obama: Blacks, America as a whole better off in recent years Obama: Blacks, America as a whole better off in recent years
Dan Taylor - Dec 20, 2014
He pointed to accomplishments including better economic matters, a reopening of relations with Cuba, and more health insurance coverage.
Stephen Collins says he molested 10-year-old girl, but he is not a pedophile Stephen Collins says he molested 10-year-old girl, but he is not a pedophile
Dan Taylor - Dec 20, 2014
Collins claimed that despite the incidents that he is "absolutely not attracted, physically or sexually attracted, to children."
Clooney: No one in Hollywood would back petition supporting Sony on Clooney: No one in Hollywood would back petition supporting Sony on "The Interview"
Dan Taylor - Dec 20, 2014
Clooney said it was an extremely bad precedent to set to allow another nation to prevent a film from being released in the United States.
Neighboring states challenge Colorado marijuana, say federal law prohibits it Neighboring states challenge Colorado marijuana, say federal law prohibits it
Tom Sherman - Dec 19, 2014
Colorado will defend its recreational marijuana laws to the Supreme Court after two states filed a grievance against their neighbor.
Secret Service needs to raise the White House fence, panel says Secret Service needs to raise the White House fence, panel says
Dan Taylor - Dec 19, 2014
Raising the fence would provide agents with a few more precious seconds to determine whether the threat is real or not.
Obama administration to release sweeping new college ratings plan today Obama administration to release sweeping new college ratings plan today
Dan Taylor - Dec 19, 2014
The "draft framework" will be a work in progress that will be adjusted and improved continuously, the Department of Education states.
Review of Secret Service comes up with solution to White House break-ins Review of Secret Service comes up with solution to White House break-ins
Ella Vincent - Dec 19, 2014
Review says to raise White House fence for better security.
Police chief fired instantly after calling controversial press conference Police chief fired instantly after calling controversial press conference
Ella Vincent - Dec 19, 2014
Phoenix police chief Daniel V. Garcia was fired instantly after his press conference after two years of service.
Racial tensions in Ferguson continue to bubble, spilling into school district Racial tensions in Ferguson continue to bubble, spilling into school district
Anna Jiang - Dec 18, 2014
The ACLU filed a lawsuit against the Ferguson-Florissant School District claiming that the system in which the school district elects board members results in underrepresentation of the black population.
Department of Justice makes declaration of transgender liberties Department of Justice makes declaration of transgender liberties
Anna Jiang - Dec 18, 2014
The Department of Justice expands their legal definition of sexual discrimination to include discrimination based on sexual identity.
Traffic courts acting as 'debtor's prisons' for poor in Ferguson, surrounding areas: activists Traffic courts acting as 'debtor's prisons' for poor in Ferguson, surrounding areas: activists
Dan Taylor - Dec 18, 2014
About 80 municipal governments in the St. Louis area are being examined by Missouri's auditor.
Why did Obama suddenly decide to pardon four life-sentence prisoners? Why did Obama suddenly decide to pardon four life-sentence prisoners?
Anna Jiang - Dec 18, 2014
President Obama commutes the prison sentences of several federal drug offenders as part of an administrative initiative.
Obama reveals he experienced blatant racism every day before Presidency Obama reveals he experienced blatant racism every day before Presidency
Anna Jiang - Dec 18, 2014
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama spoke about their experiences with racism.
Sierra Leone authorities go house to house in search of Ebola sufferers Sierra Leone authorities go house to house in search of Ebola sufferers
Dan Taylor - Dec 17, 2014
President Ernest Bai Koromo announced the launch of "Operation Western Area Surge," which include new restrictions on the movement and gatherings of people to slow the disease.
Los Angeles will now require all police officers to wear body cameras Los Angeles will now require all police officers to wear body cameras
Ella Vincent - Dec 17, 2014
Los Angeles is the latest big city to add body cameras for police officers.
Brothers in heated C-SPAN debate surprised by on-air call from mom Brothers in heated C-SPAN debate surprised by on-air call from mom
Ella Vincent - Dec 17, 2014
Dueling pundit brothers get an earful from their mother.
Sen. McConnell has already made his New Year's resolution: Bring back Keystone Sen. McConnell has already made his New Year's resolution: Bring back Keystone
Tom Sherman - Dec 16, 2014
Incoming majority leader Mitch McConnell is already planning on his first legislative actions after the new year.
Elizabeth Warren repeatedly insists she has no interest in being president Elizabeth Warren repeatedly insists she has no interest in being president
Anna Jiang - Dec 16, 2014
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren responds to questions about her plans for the 2016 Presidential election.