Mar 14, 2014 — The Federal Railroad Administration launched an investigation after a derailment in December that killed four passengers and injured 70.
Mar 14, 2014 — Walter Williams, 78, was declared dead in February. The news about how he started to move while on an embalming table in Mississippi went viral. Now, authorities say they're sure he really has died.
Mar 14, 2014 — UBS, which was fined for manipulating the Libor rate in 2012, was censured by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, the territory's de facto central bank.
Mar 14, 2014 — Convicted murderer James Robert Jones, 69, was arrested in south Florida. He'd been on the run since slipping out of Fort Leavenworth in 1977.
Mar 14, 2014 — Also: Winners of the National Book Critics Circle Award are announced; Martha Woodruff decodes the confusing world of book auctions.
Mar 14, 2014 — General Motors is at the center of several investigations involving last month's recall of 1.6 million vehicles with faulty ignition switches. The recall comes at a pivotal time for the company.
Mar 13, 2014 — Congress planned to shave $8.6 billion from the food stamps program by closing a loophole, cutting benefits to 850,000 households. But it left states an out to avoid the cuts, and many are taking it.
Mar 13, 2014 — It sounds like a good idea: anticipating flu's spread by monitoring a region's online searches. But sometimes a sneeze is just a cold.
Mar 14, 2014 — Negotiators in the Senate reached a bi-partisan deal to extend unemployment benefits for 5 months, retroactive to the end of last year. A full Senate vote isn't expected until later this month.
Mar 13, 2014 — Announcing he intends to change the rules governing overtime, President Obama said Americans have "spent too much time working more and making less."