The Texas and Oklahoma floods represent a pivotal moment for a National Flood Insurance Program attempting reform after fraud allegations.
The death toll from the floods in Texas and Oklahoma has climbed to 24.
The Department of Justice says that the checks from Navient, formerly part of Sallie Mae, are going in the mail next month.
The Feds want Provident Funding Associates to set aside $9 million for discrimination victims.
The three ISS crew members waiting to come home get a boost from the corrected orbit.
At least a dozen Marines were injured and hospitalized in the Sunday morning incident at a Hawaii air base.
Researchers say smokers should consider "other options" to quitting, given potential health risks.
Thousands of Israeli demonstrators march through Muslim areas on Jerusalem Day.
As student debt grows, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is launching an inquiry into the student loan industry.
The National Fair Housing Alliance and 19 other groups have filed a federal discrimination complaint against Fannie Mae.
An attorney for homeowners alleges that an insurer paid by FEMA has continually violated federal court orders.
Blacks and Hispanics are less likely to have credit histories than whites, according to the CFPB.
A new CBS News/New York Times poll shows a majority of blacks and whites think race relations are bad.
Law enforcement officials named two gunmen suspected of opening fire at a Prophet Muhammad art contest in Garland, Texas.
The new Pew Research Center survey also indicates most agree with prosecutor's decision to charge Baltimore officers in Freddie Gray's death.
Potential presidential candidate Mike Huckabee says President Obama has made the military 'hostile' toward Christians.
Climate change and its threat to the economy "can no longer be denied," U.S. President Barack Obama says Saturday, in advance of his Earth Day speech.
Sony lawyer David Boies tells news outlets to stay away from the WikiLeaks database containing hacked documents.
A New York state regulatory agency's investigation means more scrutiny for FEMA's National Flood Insurance Program in the wake of fraud allegations.
How well is Wall Street's strategy on actively managed mutual funds holding up for investors?