Like most people, Lisa Green uses electricity to power her life.
Slain Journalist James Foley was posthumously awarded the 12th annual Nackey S. Loeb First Amendment Award in Manchester Wednesday night.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conducted their annual Youth Smoking Survey.
There could soon be new protections for prepaid debit cards.
New information was released by the court in the Abigail Hernandez case on Tuesday.
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) released a plan sent by Trinity Industries to retest ET-Plus guardrails.
It's official, Randy Jackson is leaving American Idol.
Americans across the board are saving more, but there is one generation that is not saving enough.
Price Chopper announced Tuesday that they are changing their name to Market 32.
McDonald's is recalling a potentially dangerous Happy Meal toy.
Veterans Day deals.
The New Hampshire Hike Safe Cards will be available for 2015.
Single use laundry packs are convenient but they pose a serious hazard to young children.
The United States Postal Service announced that there was a security breach into some of their information systems on Monday.
President Obama released a statement and video Monday, in which he states that the Internet - and mobile broadband - should be reclassified as a public utility under Title II of the Telecommunications Act.
Americans who want to enroll in health insurance through the Obamacare website can now get an early preview of 2015 premiums.
We're in for quite a temperature swing over the next several days.
According to a U.S. Official, Loretta Lynch is expected to be named as President Barack Obama's pick to succeed Eric Holder as attorney general.
Honda has expanded a recall of its vehicles made from 2001 to 2006 because the airbags could explode.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) ranked booster seats for its annual report.
A new survey shows that dozing drivers are a bigger problem than once thought.
With snow on the way for some, VTRANS and drivers are preparing for winter.
Facebook is launching a campaign to raise funds to help groups that are fighting Ebola.
More than a dozen members of Congress were defeated on Tuesday night, but taxpayers will still have to keep sending most of them checks.
With the 2014 Midterm elections behind them lawmakers will now return to the work of running the country, but they'll do it with a very different looking Congress.
A brand new study may shed light on why you made the decisions you did at the polls.
Republicans now have full control of Congress.
New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan was re-elected to a second term Tuesday.
ABC News is calling Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) the winner beating out her Republican contender Scott Brown.
The price of a barrel of oil is now trading at levels not seen in nearly three years - right around $75.
Local 22 and Local 44 will provide up to the minute results and information for the 2014 Midterm elections.
The U.S. Navy's newest fighter jet landing on the oldest active carrier in the Navy's fleet.
Republican US Senate candidate Scott Brown casts his vote for this year’s midterm election.
The polls are open in Vermont, New York and New Hampshire.
Three weeks into the FairPoint Strike and 2,700 workers are still out of work across Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.
The issue of ISIS luring recruits to their cause is a real problem, head of the U.S. European Command Commander General Philip Breedlove says.
WalletHub ranked states with the most and least powerful voters.
The New Hampshire Attorney General's Office announced their election information and complaint line for the 2014 Midterm Election.
A new report suggests more tenants are being evicted out of their rented homes and apartments than ever before.
Gun stores are dealing with a problem they haven't faced in awhile.
FairPoint will no longer provide health coverage for striking workers after Friday.
WalletHub ranked the most and least politically engaged states.
If you've ever dreamed of getting your java fix without the wait -- that time has come.
The U.S. Postal Service is gearing up to help customers ship some 15.5 billion cards, letters and packages in time for the holidays.
While Halloween is fun, it does pose some dangers.
Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) urges dairy farmers to take action.
The Federal Reserve announced it would end its bond-buying program.
AT&T is in legal trouble over its unlimited data plan.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is directing the Federal Protective Service to enhance its security presence at U.S. Government buildings across the country.
Unless you're trying to win a neighborhood popularity contest, there's no steadfast rule that says you must pass out candy bars as big as baseball bats on Halloween.