Diets high in fat can lead may not only lead to weight gain, it may also lead to depression.
Ben Affleck took time off from testifying about the Democratic Republic of Congo before a Senate Subcommittee Thursday to acknowledge one of his fellow actors.
A bill to give police officers more bulletproof vests is heading to the U.S. Senate floor.
An explosion and fire leveled part of a building in New York City's East Village.
A measure that would allow businesses to turn away gay and lesbian customers in the name of religious freedom is now law in Indiana.
President Barack Obama and the First Lady have set a date for Pope Francis' visit.
How much job security do you have? This morning we're taking a closer look at some of the occupations with the lowest unemployment rates.
An attorney for Bowe Bergdahl says the army sergeant will be charged with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute released their 2015 county health rankings report.
WalletHub released a report ranking states on their dependency on the federal government.
Federal workers haven't been especially prompt at paying their taxes.
Refusing to be afraid. U.S. military members are talking Monday about an online "hit list" that came out over the weekend.
WalletHub ranked the states with the best and worst taxpayer return on investment.
When it comes to math and science homework, sometimes more doesn't always mean better.
Obamacare turns five years old Monday.
It's been just over two weeks since he agreed to a plea deal for sharing classified information, but Retired Army General and former CIA Director David Petraeus isn't laying low.
The White House announces new rules for fracking, the controversial process that is fueling the U.S. natural gas boom.
Child car safety seat maker Graco is facing the largest-ever penalty of its kind.
President Barack Obama says it may be time to make voting a requirement.
Negotiations over Iran's nuclear program continues in Switzerland.
According to a new study, distracted driving is at an all-time high among young drivers.
A new study suggests that kids who breast-feed longer end up smarter and more educated as adults.
Trader Joe's is recalling raw walnut products over possible Salmonella contamination.
Kraft announced a major recall of its macaroni and cheese.
A new Dartmouth study looks at how you get help during tough times using Facebook.
Art can be a way of expressing your feelings, and for those battling cancer, that goes a long way. Art can help express feelings, in a way words can't.
Pope Francis says he expects his papacy to be a brief one.
The United States and Canada signed an agreement that could bring back passenger rail service between Vermont and Montreal.
More than 50 percent of moms talk about their children on social media, but are they sharing too much?
According to an annual survey by the National Retail Federation (NRF), 127 million Americans say they'll celebrate Saint Patrick's Day this year.
Kia will begin recalling some of its Soul and Soul electric vehicles later this month.
President Obama is heading to Arizona to visit the epicenter of the Veterans Affairs scandal, the Phoenix VA Medical Center.
A new report suggests that American Millennials have more to learn before they're ready to run the world.
Still awaiting your tax refund from 2011?
It may be one of the most unwelcome signs of the end of winter, potholes.
NASCAR has lifted the suspension for driver Kurt Busch effective immediately.
Smart phone users who think their phone has the all answers may be selling themselves a bit short.
President Obama signed an executive order establishing the Student Aid Bill of Rights.
Three Senators unveiled a bill Tuesday that, if passed, could end the federal ban on medical marijuana.
President Barack Obama is continuing his push to protect and increase well-paying, middle-class jobs.
The three main agencies that track your credit will follow new guidelines aimed to handle disputes on credit reports.
The tech company is holding a media event today Monday in California.
The Supreme Court will hear a challenge to ban state bans on same-sex marriages on April 28.
Change is coming to the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
An official says the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and Department of Homeland Security recently sent a joint warning to law enforcement nationwide about young people wanting to join ISIS.
The so-called Greatest Show on Earth will soon be without elephants.
TIME Magazine recently outlined five things that you should be aware of when you use your personal e-mail while on the job.
The U.S. Senate is unable to override President Obama's veto of the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Revision Military says they are laying off 27 employees at their Newport facility Wednesday.
Pod-based coffee machines that make individual cups of java are now used in one out of three American homes.