New research identifies the unhappiest cities in the U.S., including some areas in Pennsylvania.
The company says the issue can cause the engine to stall and the airbags to stop working.
A group replaced the American flags on the iconic bridge with whitewashed versions early Tuesday.
Residents can be fined up to $500 per day for wasting water during their latest drought.
A Trump Entertainment property will be the fourth casino to close in Atlantic City this year.
Tom White's photo from the weekend has garnered a lot of attention online.
The home-improvement chain will start selling MakerBot printers in 12 stores.
The recall is to address an axle problem in four models made in recent years.
The auto maker said brake lines could perforate after multiple winter driving seasons.
NASA hopes the $2.8 billion contract will lead to the most powerful rocket to date.
The push to bring the show back in an online format and for classrooms surpassed their original goal in less than 24 hours.
The enhanced security measures will be announced in the coming days for certain overseas airports.
The full statement from Target's interim CEO is inside this story.
The carrier is accused of adding bogus charges to customers' bills.
Authorities made the airlift Tuesday as Tropical Storm Arthur was gaining strength.
AAA says the events in Iraq are driving up the price of crude oil.
The number is approximately 2 percent more than in 2013.
The CNNMoney survey showed Pittsburgh as having one of the lowest crime rates among cities surveyed.
The former Genesis singer is believed to have the largest private collection of Alamo artifacts.
It is recommended people have six months of expenses set aside.
Analysts cite higher demand from overseas for the increase in price.
President Obama is facing growing criticism over prisoner exchange for captive Army Sergeant.
A preliminary report said the VA's healthcare system is plagued by bad scheduling practices.
In an interview with anchorman Brian Williams, of NBC News, Snowden said he had taken action in the belief that he was serving his country in exposing the surveillance programs of the NSA.
The bill would create a mental health evaluation for potential military recruits.
The proposed project would bring the program back online and provide it for free to schools in need.
Home prices remain about 18% below their all-time high set in 2006.
The announcement is expected at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco next week.
This will be the second time the Twin Cities have hosted the game.
The agency says around 1,800 new cases of pet illnesses have been reported since October 2013.
An airline donated common airplane surfaces for the study by Auburn University.
The company made the request after a gun-rights event in Dallas over the weekend.
The car manufacturer has recalled more than 13 million vehicles since January.
The fine is in relation to the ignition switch defect tied to 13 deaths.
The company saw its stock rise 20% following the release of first quarter earnings.
The company said the weather accounted for more than $100 million in losses the first quarter of 2014.
Many of the vehicles are being recalled for a wiring problem.
For the first time in more than a decade Jacob was not the most popular boy's name.
Current subscribers will not see the increase for two years.
Letter carriers will be collecting items Saturday.
Under the change larger packages will cost more to ship.
The company started the service with USPS in November 2013.
The increase of jobs in April was larger than what economists expected.
Two dozen of those arrested face charges as adults.
Five schools in Pennsylvania are included on the list, including Penn State.
John Servati died while protecting his girlfriend from a collapsing wall during a tornado.
The company's stock has fallen more than 30% in the first four months of 2014.
The bars were only sold at Five Below stores.
The Oscar-nominated actor, often recognized for his role in "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," retired in 2012.
Officials say there have been 13 outbreaks of the disease so far in 2014.