Railroads Say Economy Still Growing at Steady Rate
"There hasn't been any indication at all that the economy is slowing even slightly"
Texas Man Pleads Guilty to Killing Landlord, Burying in Yard
46-year-old Christopher Colbert pleaded guilty Tuesday to murder
SpaceX to Build Mars Ships in Texas, Not Los Angeles
SpaceX will continue using its existing port facilities to recover its reusable Falcon rockets and Dragon spacecraft, which arrive by water.
Appeals Court Stays Convicted Killer’s Tuesday Execution
The 29-year-old would have been the first inmate put to death this year both in the U.S. and in Texas.
Texas Pair Convicted of Enslaving African Girl for 16 Years
Mohamed Toure is the son of a former president of the West African country of Guinea.
The Latest: Dems Would OK Money For Border Security, No Wall
Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley says Democrats are "absolutely willing" to commit taxpayer dollars for border security.
Justice Ginsburg Has Surgery to Remove Cancerous Growths
Doctors found "no evidence of any remaining disease"
Documents Show Facebook Used User Data as Competitive Weapon
Internal Facebook documents released by a U.K. parliamentary committee offer the clearest evidence yet that the social network has used its enormous trove of user data as a competitive weapon, often in ways designed to keep its users in the dark.
Flood Insurance Rebuilds Homes with Public Money Repeatedly
The National Flood Insurance Program was $20 billion in the red before the start of the current hurricane season
Hand Recount Begins for Tight US Senate Race
A hand recount began Friday in Florida's acrimonious U.S. Senate contest after an initial review by ballot-counting machines showed Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson separated by fewer than 13,000 votes out of more than 8 million cast.