Millions more American workers will be eligible for overtime under new eligibility rules to be released Tuesday by the Obama Administration that will more than double the maximum salary exemption to $50,440
From just across the Wenatchee River, Dominick Bonny watched a whole neighborhood in his central Washington town burn as a wildfire destroyed two dozen homes and forced hundreds to flee: "It was like we were watching a natural disaster within arm's reach"
A run on banks has caused many Greeks to start keeping piles of cash in their home, leading them to invest in personal safes and strongboxes with solid metal walls to keep their euros safe.
More than 26 million Facebook users added a rainbow filter to their profile photos over the weekend to mark the Supreme Court decision on gay marriage using a piece of code created by two interns.
Puerto Rico is in 3½ times as much debt as Detroit was in when it filed Chapter 9 bankruptcy in 2013. The island's $72 billion debt is larger per capita than any state, but the island's government can't file bankruptcy like Detroit did
The search for more effective lethal injection drugs and execution methods won't end following the Supreme Court's decision on Monday upholding Oklahoma's use of a controversial sedative.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, a number of staffers and her strategy all come from Terry McAuliffe’s successful Virginia gubernatorial race in 2013. Now in its third month, Clinton’s campaign has adopted key strategic lessons
NBC has cut longstanding ties with Donald Trump following the presidential hopeful's controversial comments about immigration. The network will no longer be the home of the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants, which Trump produces
The California senate has passed a bill that requires most children in public schools to get vaccinations and ends exemptions from vaccinations for personal beliefs. Gov. Jerry Brown has not said whether he will sign the bill
Avril Lavigne has been candid about her struggle with Lyme disease, and the singer opened up even more about her illness in a new ABC News interview, in which she criticized doctors who didn’t take her health as seriously as they perhaps should have
James "Whitey" Bulger, the Boston crime boss who was convicted of 11 murders, has penned a letter to three 17-year-old girls. "My life was wasted and spent foolishly, brought shame + suffering on my parents and siblings," he wrote in the note
Uber is using an unusual resource to protest a New York City proposal: its own cars. Protesters attending an Uber rally outside New York's City Hall on Tuesday can get free rides to and from the event through the company's carpooling service