Hundreds of airline passengers were stranded for up to 10 hours on the tarmac at overworked Kennedy Airport. Ambulances struggled to get patients through unplowed streets. City buses sat abandoned in the snow.
Russia's lower house of parliament gave preliminary approval Friday to a U.S.-Russian arms treaty, but decided to delay the final vote until next month.
Some taxpayers will be unable to file returns until mid-to-late February because of recent tax breaks approved by Congress in its lame-duck session, the IRS said Thursday.
As travelers take to road, air and sky in the sometimes hectic last days before Christmas, they should keep one thing in mind: It could be worse.
As travelers take to the roads, rails and skies in the sometimes-hectic last days before Christmas, they should keep one thing in mind: It could be worse.
Phil Jackson says humbug to the NBA's Christmas schedule.
Critiquing an unexpectedly productive final legislative rush, President Obama on Wednesday said his "biggest disappointment" was the failure to push through a bill that would have laid out a path to citizenship for children whose parents came into the country illegally.
And that would be Jan. 6, the second day that the bustling new Congress will be in session in the new year.
All the excitement that came with eclipsing the UCLA men's mark of 88-straight wins has quieted down, and top-ranked Connecticut presses on. The next significant milestone is an even 100, and after that, another national title.