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.
A Claremont Man is charged with felony manufacturing of methamphetamine.
Calling all dog owners in Lebanon. The city is holding its 4th annual Top Dog Contest.
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.
The New Hampshire House voted down a bill, pitched by 4th grade students, to declare a state raptor.
The New Hampshire Senate passed a bill to help with opioid addiction.
President Barack Obama says it may be time to make voting a requirement.
A New Hampshire House committee passed a bill to cut $90 million from the Department of Transportation.
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.
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.
New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan announced a $8.6 million federal grant to provide rental assistance for people with severe mental illness.
Eversource which changed its name from Northeast Utilities last month is selling its New Hampshire power plants.
A new report suggests that American Millennials have more to learn before they're ready to run the world.
The New Hampshire Senate failed to pass a bill to raise the minimum wage in the state.
Still awaiting your tax refund from 2011?
The New Hampshire Senate passed a bill to protect veterans from being targeted by scams.
It may be one of the most unwelcome signs of the end of winter, potholes.
Nexstar CEO Receives First Amendment Service Award
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.
Tuesday, President Obama signed the "Student Aid Bill of Rights" to make it easier for those millions to afford tuition.
A bill introduced in the New Hampshire Statehouse aims to curb abuse of Electronic Benefit Transfer Card (EBTs).
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.
New Hampshire State Police say a Make-A-Wish participant died skiing at the Wildcat Ski Area Monday.
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.
If you're feeling a little under the weather, you're not alone, and it could be because of Day Light Saving Time.
An extra hour of daylight is a welcome sign of spring.
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 New Hampshire Senate Transportation Committee has rejected the adoption of the REAL ID program.
A Senate bill would require instruction of cursive handwriting and memorization of multiplication tables.
The so-called Greatest Show on Earth will soon be without elephants.
The federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) approved a health care expansion waiver for New Hampshire.
TIME Magazine recently outlined five things that you should be aware of when you use your personal e-mail while on the job.
The City of Lebanon has posted a weight limit of 6 tons on various city roads.
Pod-based coffee machines that make individual cups of java are now used in one out of three American homes.
The future of health care in America is on the table this morning in the Supreme Court.