Stocks: Chasing all-time highs

With a light mix of U.S. economic data on tap, investors are hoping to keep up the momentum in stocks this week.

Battle over blame after horsemeat found in beef products

High-stakes lawsuits, overlapping investigations and a bitter battle over blame are spreading across Europe in the wake of a scandal that has rocked the meat industry.

Gates: Drone program, while useful, would benefit from more oversight

The number of innocent victims of drone strikes remains "extremely small" and doesn't outweigh the benefits of using drones to take out al Qaeda operatives, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates argued Sunday.

Northeast digs out after deadly blizzard; Midwest to get next storm

For millions in the Northeast, the storm is over -- but being snowed in isn't.

Google's Schmidt selling $2.5 billion in stock

Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt plans to sell a big chunk of his stake in the Web search company.

Attack kills 5 at Iranian exile camp in Iraq

A camp housing Iranian dissidents in Iraq was attacked Saturday morning, leaving at least five dead and 40 wounded, Iraqi police said.

Perry to visit California, recruit business for Texas

Texas Gov. Rick Perry is hitting the road to drum up business. But he isn't on a tour of the Lone Star State.

635,000 without power as blizzard heads out to sea

A massive blizzard that dumped as much as 3 feet of snow in parts of the Northeast is heading out to sea, as workers across New York and New England struggle to get airports, trains and highways back online.

Some not happy about Obamacare mandate

The Obama Administration proposed its latest ideas on mandatory contraceptive coverage, but one local East Texas University says it's not enough.

Wells Island problem still not solved

Looks like residents on Wells Island Road might have to wait just a little while longer for a permanent solution.