The launch of a pair of robotic probes designed to map the moon's gravity was delayed on Friday due to a technical issue with the satellites' launch vehicle, NASA said.
In Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, 100,000 to 125,000 people were ordered to leave their homes because of the rising waters of the Susquehanna River
Yahoo Inc Chairman Roy Bostock fired CEO Carol Bartz over the phone on Tuesday, ending a tumultuous two-year tenure marked by stagnating growth and a rift with Chinese partner Alibaba.
The New York Police Department (NYPD) collected intelligence on more than 250 mosques and Muslim student groups in and around New York
At least three people including two National Guard members were killed as a lone gunman opened fired in a restaurant in Carson City, US State of Nevada
The pilot of a small plane was killed on Monday after his plane crashed in the south of an airport in Racine, Wisconsin of the United States.
Sixty separate wildfires, whipped by strong winds, were burning across Texas on Monday, destroying hundreds of homes and killing at least two people, officials said.
After testing New Orleans' flood defenses over the weekend, Tropical Storm Lee moved northeast on Monday after weakening to a tropical depression, and threatened to bring heavy rains and flooding to a large section of the southeastern United States.
A United Express regional jet carrying 44 passengers from Chicago skidded off the runway while landing in Ottawa, but no one was apparently injured
After the Sept 11, 2001 terror attacks 10 years ago, many US citizens accepted the government invasion of their civil liberties in exchange for securities, but now more are worried about the further loss of their liberties.
A 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck on Friday in the Aleutian Islands off Alaska, the US Geological Survey reported.
The full measure of Hurricane Irene's fury came into focus on Monday as the death toll passed 46, while towns in the northern US region of New England battled epic floods and millions were still without electricity.