'Work rules' behind SF area train strike mean flexibility for managers, stability for workers
America's 12 largest supermarkets and retailers are failing to curb their hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) emissions, adding large amounts of greenhouse gas to the environment, a new report published Thursday finds.
Federal shutdown affected Americans at home, at work and in school in ways unseen
As government springs back to life, so do private industries that rely on feds to do business
Air marshal accused of taking photos under women's skirts, arrested in Nashville
Defense lawyers in Colorado theater shootings want defendant Holmes' emails barred as evidence
Feds appeal decision to order new trial for 5 ex-N.O. cops convicted in Katrina shootings
Special prosecutor could give fresh start to sex assault case that's put focus on Mo. town
New role and unusual brand of fame raise question of what kind of senator NJ's Booker will be
Californians practice 'drop, cover, hold on' in annual earthquake drill
Marine science teacher finds carcass of 18-foot-long sea creature off California coast
There may be some thieves out there getting very drunk -- or at least a little bit richer.
AP PHOTOS: Visitors flock to Yosemite National Park reopening after government shutdown
Defense lawyers skewer Ponzi king Madoff at NY fraud trial of 5 former employees
A Brooklyn man is seeking monetary damages after police in New York mistook his Jolly Rancher candies for crystal meth.
San Francisco Bay Area faces frustrating commute as 2nd transit strike in 4 months begins
Forged court documents help 2 killers escape Florida prison; manhunt on for the men
AP source: Obama to nominate ex-Pentagon lawyer to head Homeland Security Department
Police: Teen girls in NYC lingerie store with fetus in bag arrested for shoplifting
New runway to start easing delays at O'Hare as Chicago airport's expansion enters new phase