|Survey: Shrimp in US rife with murky labeling
An advocacy group says consumers can't be sure what kind of shrimp they're buying if they simply look at the label or menu at supermarkets, grocers and restaurants across the nation.
|Tim Cook: 'I'm Proud to Be Gay'
Apple CEO Tim Cook says he's proud to be gay.
|Showdown imminent over nurse's quarantine in Maine
State officials are seeking a judge's permission to require quarantine for a nurse who's vowed to defy Maine's request for self-isolation after treating Ebola patients in West Africa.
|Oregon, Alaska are ground zero in pot fight
Supporters of ballot measures to legalize marijuana in Oregon and Alaska are focusing on young voters, who are considered more likely than others to favor legal pot, but less likely to cast a ballot.
|US economy grew at 3.5 percent rate in Q3
The U.S. economy grew at a solid annual rate of 3.5 percent in the July-September quarter, propelled by solid gains in business investment, export sales and the biggest jump in military spending in five years.
|Liberian official: Ebola cases decreasing
A Liberian health official says he agrees with a World Health Organization analysis that the rate of transmission of Ebola appears to be slowing in his country, but he says it's too soon to celebrate.
|Upstate New York home cleared of 150-plus cats
State police say building inspectors have condemned an upstate New York home after crews had to tear out the walls to find many of the more than 150 cats that were removed from the property.
|Lava won't chase out some people
Civil defense officials on Hawaii's Big Island say lava from the Kilauea volcano is about 225 yards away from the main road in the town of Pahoa.
|Good news expected on GDP numbers
WASHINGTON (AP) — Economists are expecting good news this morning when the federal government releases numbers on U.S. economic growth for the third quarter this year.
|Stocks slip after Fed statement; Dollar gains
U.S. stocks are closing slightly lower after the Federal Reserve said it was shutting down a bond-buying program because the economy no longer needs as much help.