National

(Undated) -- A third of Americans say they "hate" the thought of shopping on Thanksgiving. As retailers open earlier every year to attract shoppers, a recent survey shows a good chunk of Americans think stores are going too far to squeeze out an extra buck. The study by retail...
(Undated) -- The U.S. job market continues to grow. ADP says American companies added 230-thousand jobs in October. Analysts point to the upward trend as signaling that unemployment is on the decline heading into the final quarter of 2014.
(Jerusalem) -- At least one person is dead and about a dozen have been injured in East Jerusalem in what's being called a "suspected terror attack." It all started when the driver of a commercial van plowed into a group of pedestrians waiting at a train stop earlier today. After...
(Newport, OR) -- An Oregon woman is being charged with aggravated murder for allegedly throwing her autistic son from a bridge. Police say they got the 9-1-1 call from Jillian McCabe Monday after she tossed her six-year-old son, London, off the bridge into the frigid waters of...
(Undated) -- New Yorkers will be closely checking their Mega Millions tickets this morning. One winning ticket sold in New York won the estimated 321-million dollar jackpot in last night's drawing. The numbers drawn were 9-15-24-39-41 with the megaball of 1. The cash option for...
(Undated) -- Voters in Oregon, Alaska and Washington, DC are legalizing recreational marijuana. People in the nation's capital are passing their measure by a more than two-to-one margin. The vote's closer in Oregon but approval is running at nearly 54-percent. In Alaska, the...
(Undated) -- Four states are raising the minimum wage after voters approved ballot measures Tuesday. Despite being conservative states, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Arkansas voted to increase their minimum wages. The South Dakota measure calls for an increase to eight-dollars-50-...
(Undated) -- Louisiana's Senate race is going to a runoff. Three-term Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu outpolled Republican Congressman Bill Cassidy but she didn't come close to the majority needed to win the race outright. Landrieu led Cassidy 42-41 percent and tea party...
(Undated) -- Clay Aiken will not be taking his act to Capitol Hill. The former "American Idol" runner-up was defeated by Republican incumbent Renee Ellmers for the House seat in North Carolina's 2nd Congressional District. This was the first try for public office for the openly-...