A Saudi Arabian man injured in the Boston Marathon bombings has accused Glenn Beck of calling him "the money man" behind the attack.
Gov. Dannel Malloy has set Connecticut on a path to have the highest minimum wage of any state in the country at $10.10 an hour, the figure that President Obama has asked Congress to set for the nation.
Ssoftware development and technology firm Aptera announced plans expand its operations and create up to 15 new jobs by the end of the year.
After scoring an internship last year, senior Brandon Bateman was hoping for the same type of success while looking for a post-graduation job at Alvernia University's annual career fair.
The employment rate for young adults has fallen from 22 percent to 44 percent, while for the first time employment rates went for workers over 55 as would-be retirees are forced to keep working longer than they'd planned.
Police threw two dozen canisters of tear gas and arrested six people as marchers took over streets for Albuquerque police's fatal shooting of a homeless man.
Reality TV star Benzino was driving in a funeral procession for his mother on a Massachusetts highway Saturday when he was shot and injured by his nephew, who was riding in another car, according to authorities and the hip-hop magazine owned by Benzino.
Monday is the deadline to sign up for private health insurance in the new online markets.
Schools are measuring student body fat to help combat obesity but the practice has angered some parents and eating disorder groups.
A German magazine claims the National Security Agency kept more than 300 reports on Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel.
A second earthquake, the biggest to hit the state in six years, jolted Southern California Friday night.
Ford's Americas president says as March sales improve, the company will add 300 jobs and upgrade its Ohio facility to produce a new V6 engine.
The Pentagon plans to increase its cyber security staff threefold in the next few years to defend against online attacks that threaten national security, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Friday.
U.S. consumer spending increased in February as incomes rose, indicating the economy may be heating up after an unusually severe winter.
U.S. consumer sentiment slipped in March as Americans said they were less likely to buy cars and homes because of higher interest rates.