A lockdown at Yale University was lifted Monday afternoon, hours after someone anonymously told a 911 dispatcher that his roommate was coming to the southern Connecticut university to shoot people, authorities in New Haven said.
Seeking to move his domestic agenda away from the disappointments of health care reform, President Obama made another pitch for an immigration overhaul Monday, calling on lawmakers to restart an effort that stalled over the summer.
Obama administration officials are sounding increasingly confident they will meet the President's goal of having the troubled website HealthCare.gov working for the "vast majority" of users by November 30.
The next time you buy a package of meat at the grocery store, you might notice something different. A new USDA rule requires packages of meat to include labels that tell you *the country* where the animal was born, raised and slaughtered.
Mailing a letter will cost one cent more starting next year.
The U.S. Postal Service Regulatory Commission ruled Thursday the agency can raise the price of a stamp to 47 cents to keep up with the cost of inflation.
A sick so-called game known as "knockout" -- where teens appear to randomly sucker-punch strangers with the goal of knocking them unconscious with a single blow -- is catching the attention of law enforcement throughout the nation.
The diplomatic gridlock between Iran and the West seemed immovable for decades. But on Sunday, diplomats made history when Iran and six world powers came together on an agreement over Iran's nuclear program.
The Zumba instructor in Maine who ran a prostitution ring out of her fitness studio Saturday was released from jail early for good behavior and participating in a work program, according to a York County Jail spokesman.