Keurig said it would recall about 7.2 million hot beverage-brewing machines that could overheat and cause injury by spraying hot liquids on users.
Deadline to comment is Nov. 20
Facebook doesn’t just track what you do on its site. It also collects information about your activities when you’re off Facebook.
The patient is an adult being treated in an isolation unit in Dallas
Health officials have confirmed the first case if Ebola to emerge in the United States.
The announcement is planned for 4:30 p.m. at the White House
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will remain on the job until a successor is chosen.
Apple is giving away U2's new album, "Songs of Innocence," for free on its iTunes store through Oct. 13.
Shooter reported at Fort Lee. Installation is in lockdown.
U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss urges White House to declassify info on exchanged Gitmo prisoners | VIDEO & POLL
Five Afghan nationals labeled as high-risk were sent to Qatar in exchange for the release of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl
U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss says President Barack Obama should explain why the five prisoners were being held, what was found in their annual reviews by the administration and the risks associated with their release.
Enviornmental regulations also should take into account the economic impact, congressman says
U.S. Rep. Sanford Bishop said he has asked the EPA to extend the commenting period on its new carbon emission regulations for 120 days to give all sides a chance to give their views on the rules and their impact.
The FCC has proposed a $48,000 fine
A Florida commuter is in hot water with the FCC to the tune of a $48,000 fine after authorities accuse him of routinely shutting down cell phones on a Florida stretch of Interstate highway with a jamming device.
The explosion partly leveled the four-story Escambia County, Fla., jail
About 600 inmates were being held in the jail before the 11 p.m. event that authorities believe was caused by a natural gas explosion.
In the House, the nine GOP representatives from Georgia opposed the continuing resolution Wednesday that raised the debt limit for the federal government.
The Afforable Care Act is designed to make significant changes to the health care system, and potentially to how employers provide health care coverage to employees.
Capitol lockdown is lifted
Congressman says American people have a right to be mighty fed up.
Rep. Austin Scott, R-Augusta today announced he has signed onto the Government Shutdown Fairness Act (H.R. 3160), which would prohibit Members of Congress from receiving a salary during a government shutdown.
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