Economists expected a much higher rate of growth than the 3.1 percent GDP growth that occurred last quarter. Now many are scratching their heads.
Among the film makers in New York's prestigious Tribeca Film Festival were two high school students.
American forces in Afghanistan aren't just fighting the Taliban, they're also working not to be killed by friendly fire.
A tornado estimated to be nearly a mile wide has torn through much of the South. The death toll continues to rise.
The American International Group Inc. is going after the banks that sold it some $40 billion of mortgage securities.
Gas prices keep going up, and the White House and Congress are fighting it out on how to respond.
Barack Obama will shortly name CIA Director Leon Panetta as the new Secretary of Defense, replacing outgoing Secretary Robert Gates. General David Petraeus will then take over for Panetta as CIA director.
With journalists barred from Syria, many in the media are forced to rely on amateur videos. With so little information, it's difficult to know what's really going on.
Personal information from Playstation's 77 million users may have been hacked.
Republicans in the US House of Representatives had hired a law firm, King and Spalding, to defend the Defense of Marriage Act. King and Spalding has now announced it is withdrawing from the case.