Crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter can be an easy way for artists and entrepreneurs to raise money -- but they may be surprised to find the IRS likely sees the funds raised for their passion projects as taxable income.
Five years before 9/11, top officials at the White House mulled how terrorist attacks could be prevented and how the president should respond to attacks if they occur, newly released documents from the Clinton Library show.
The “seismic event” that Chinese scientists detected close to where the missing Malaysia Airlines jet lost contact and said were consistent with a plane crash are “regularly occurring,” U.S. scientists said Friday.U.S.
Just hours after NBC News' 48 hour live documentary on the children of Syria, a newborn whose twin died in childbirth met the same sad fate, a cruel reminder of the cycle of sorrow and loss that plagues the Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
A proposed bill to restore unemployment benefits for people out of work for more than six months, is a double-edged sword that also allows employers to slow down contributions to private pension funds.
New York prosecutors have secured a second indictment of expelled Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade two days after a judge dismissed the earlier charges because she had immunity at the time.The new indictment means that Khobragade — whose immunity expired when she left the U.S.
If meeting potential partners is a numbers game, then Tinder is winning.The dating app is responsible for 1 billion matches since launching less than two years ago, company CEO Sean Rad recently told TechCrunch.
The U.S. government has lifted a ban that excluded oil giant BP from new federal contracts, after the British company filed a lawsuit saying it was being unfairly penalized for its 2010 Gulf of Mexico spill.
A Navy veteran who claimed to be the sailor who was kissing a nurse in the famous Alfred Eisenstaedt photo taken in Times Square on V-J day has died.Glenn McDuffie's daughter said he died Sunday of natural causes. He was 86.
Investigators probing the missing Malaysia Airlines jet are examining the possibility the plane's disappearance is "an act of piracy," and that the plane may have landed somewhere rather than crashed, the Associated Press reported.The AP attributed the information to a U.S.