Protesters are facing off with Baltimore Police and the confrontations are getting violent.
Watching as little as an hour of television a day can significantly increase a child's obesity risks.
Loretta Lynch was sworn in Monday to lead the Justice Department (DOJ) as the 83rd Attorney General of the United States.
Ways you can those affected by the earthquake in Nepal.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) warned all 50 governors about "devastating budget cuts" their state will face if the Republican budget plan becomes law.
Chipotle says it is now GMO free.
Bruce Jenner tells ABC's Diane Sawyer that family members are "the only ones I'm concerned with" in a promotional clip of the exclusive interview.
An attorney for real estate heir Robert Durst says state weapon charges against him have been dropped, clearing the way for federal proceedings in New Orleans on similar charges.
Friday is a big anniversary for an important piece of equipment in the American space program.
The battle to confirm a new attorney general has finally come to a close.
More problems for McDonald's.
Trader Joe's is recalling their Sweet Apple Chicken Sausage.
It is the time of year for sniffling and sneezing. As the spring flowers bloom, so too do your allergies.
Amtrak is releasing a new faster schedule for the Vermonter.
According to a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, there's no link between autism and the vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR).
One million Trek bicycles in the United States and Canada are being recalled.
Starting next school year, kids across the country will see something different on their lunch trays.
Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton is spending another day in New Hampshire Tuesday.
The USDA reports nearly eight million cases of bird flu have been detected in birds in 13 states since December.
Would you be more productive at work if you were walking on a treadmill all day? A new study suggests it may be a good investment!
Republican presidential hopefuls were in New Hampshire over the weekend for the first in the nation GOP Summit. Now attention turns to the only Democrat in the race, Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Democratic Candidate Hillary Clinton campaigning in New Hampshire.
The situation in Yemen, already unstable, appears to be unraveling more.
An ESPN reporter has been suspended for a week after video emerged of her berating a tow company employee.
Medicare is now rating hospitals the way a critic would rate a movie, with stars.
The American Red Cross launched a new emergency app.
Owner of the Ren Hen Baking Company Randy George is joining the Obama Administration discuss family-friendly policies that encourage workplace flexibility.
Ben & Jerry's is teaming up with New Belgium Brewing to make an ice cream inspired beer.
Wednesday marks the second anniversary of the Boston Marathon Bombings.
Gallup released a survey on how Americans feel about the fairness of taxes that various income groups pay.
Former New England Patriots Player Aaron Hernandez has been found guilty, on all counts.
President Barack Obama is taking steps to remove Cuba from the state sponsor of terrorism list.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is in New Hampshire for a tour as he contemplates a run for president.
Ben & Jerry's is holding their Free Cone Day Tuesday.
The brisk spring air floating through your bedroom window could be just what you need to get a good night's rest.
According to a spokesman, Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) plans on making a decision to run for president by the end of the month.
Air travel is just overall a bad experience, and it's only going to get worse.
Jurors in the trial of convicted Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will begin the process of deciding his fate on April 21.
Do you plan to spend the weekend cozying up to your tax forms? The deadline to pay up is on Wednesday and we have some tips for you procrastinators out there.
A controversial study says genetics can influence likelihood that person will become a sexual offender.
New York Real Estate Heir Robert Durst appeared in a New Orleans Court to answer gun charges this Thursday morning.
According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), 30,000 cases of Sabra Classic Hummus is being recalled.
The White House announced it supports banning so-called conversion practices on the nation's youth.
According to ABC News, the jury has found Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in the Boston Marathon Bombing trial guilty.
According to the National Weather Service, January to March was the coldest on record for Vermont & New York in 121 years.
WalletHub ranked the best & worst states to be a taxpayer.
A new study reveals that graphic pictures on the consequences of smoking encourage young people to avoid the habit.
U.S. intelligence agencies are investigating what they say is a breach of White House computers by Russian hackers.
Widespread power outages are affecting the Washington, D.C. area.
The U.S. Department of Education released a new report on preschool education across the country.