Petraeus affair continues making waves in Washington

David Petraeus' extramarital affair ended months ago.

Chinese, European economies inexctricably linked

When I was driving through Poland last year, all the talk was about a Chinese company's failure to complete a major motorway project. The contract was wrestled away from the Chinese and the Poles finished it themselves.

CEOs optimistic after Obama meeting

Honeywell International CEO David Cote struck a hopeful note after his meeting with President Obama on Wednesday.

Warren Buffett not worried about fiscal cliff

Warren Buffett is not worried about the fiscal cliff.

Man accused of plotting to shoot Obama, children appears in federal court

A 20-year-old man accused of plotting to kill President Barack Obama during a visit to Colorado appeared in federal court Tuesday.

Texas state rep challenges Governor Perry to drug test

The Governor of Texas says people receiving unemployment benefits should be required to take a drug test, something one state representative says the Governor should do as well.

Man claims relationship with Elmo puppeteer “adult, consensual”

A man who alleged he was 16 when he started a relationship with the puppeteer who provides the voice of Elmo on "Sesame Street" now says it was an "adult consensual relationship," according to his lawyers.

Firefighters resuscitate cat after AZ house fire

Mesa fire crews resuscitated a cat rescued from an apartment fire late Tuesday afternoon. The cat was one of two pulled from smoke and fire at the complex near Stapley and University just before 5 p.m.

Google claims increase in government requests for private data

The tangled David Petraeus scandal highlights how easily the U.S. government can access citizens' private e-mails.

Facebook introduces job search, competes with LinkedIn

Watch out, LinkedIn. Facebook is jumping into the job search space, with a Social Jobs App that includes listings from services like Monster and BranchOut.