Construction workers applauded Thursday as a crane raised the flag-draped spire of the One World Trade Center to the top of the skyscraper.
Veteran Democratic Rep. Ed Markey, who's been in office 36 years, will face off against novice Republican Gabriel Gomez in the race to become the next U.S. senator from Massachusetts.
President Obama affirmed Tuesday that there's evidence Syrians have been attacked with chemical weapons — in particular, nerve gas.
But that's not the same as proof positive.
One of the more interesting reactions to Jason Collins' announcement<
In the wake of last year's Newtown, Conn., school shootings, the Entertainment Software Association, which serves computer and video game publishers, issued a statement saying that years of researc
Cellist Janos Starker has died at 88, ending a life and career that saw him renowned for his skills as a soloist, his prodigious work with orchestras, and his commitment to teaching.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg seems determined to become the formidable adversary the National Rifle Association has never had.
President Obama has spoken at two memorial services in just over a week — one for victims of the Boston Marathon attack and one for those who died in the chemical plant explosions in West, Texas.
The latest developments in the investigation into the April 15 bombings at the Boston Marathon and relat
As investigators look into the Boston Marathon bombings, one crucial question is whether the suspects, brothers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, acted alone or had help.
Local officials have defended the decision to essentially lock down the city of Boston on Friday while law enforcement searched for a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing.
We have imagined ourselves searching like
Investigators are still waiting to interview Boston Marathon bombing suspect
With the capture Friday night of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the 19-
An area that's home to nearly a million people was virtually shut down Friday as police conducted