Obamacare deadline Monday

Today (Monday) the last day to sign up for an Obamacare plan if you want health insurance coverage by January 1, 2014.

Health insurance canceled? Get catastrophic coverage

The White House announced a new option for Americans who had their insurance plans canceled as a result of Obamacare. Americans with canceled policies will now be allowed to buy catastrophic coverage under a hardship exemption.

Verizon to 'come clean' on number of data requests

Verizon Communications Inc. is coming clean. The cell phone giant is going to release a report that shows the number of requests for customer info it received from the authorities in 2013.

Service members upset at military cuts proposed in budget

  A bipartisan budget plan was approved today by the Senate.  It's on it's way to the President's desk.  The plan avoids another government shutdown until at least 2015, but military retirement benefit cuts agreed to

Obama to send openly gay athletes to Russia

In what's seen as a snub to the Russian Government, neither President Obama nor any other high level U.S.

One person, gunman dead in Reno medical building shooting

 [Breaking news update at 6:43 p.m. Tuesday]

Happy Birthday Pope Francis

Happy Birthday, Pope Francis! The Pontiff is 77 years young today (Tuesday).

New poll: 2016 Christie edged out Clinton in Iowa

It's arguably the most important state in the race for the White House.

Fired chef gets revenge on Twitter

 If you've ever been fired, you know the desire to get even with your boss. So when Jim Knight was fired from his position as head chef for The Plough, a restaurant in the UK, he had a special opportunity.

Kerry visits Vietnam

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Vietnam today (Monday). Kerry was in Vietnam before when he patrolled on a U.S. Navy gunboat during the Vietnam War. Monday, he is meeting with leaders on a range of regional issues.

Ford adding thousands of new jobs

2014 is going to be a busy year for Ford. The automaker is planning what they're calling an "aggressive" expansion, adding five thousand new jobs and rolling out 23 new vehicles globally.

Stabbing after Broncos, Chargers game

A fight after the Broncos - Chargers football game left three people in the hospital recovering from stab wounds. Police believe there may be a fourth victim, but they have not found that person.

New Budget deal may prevent fraud, among dead

It could soon be harder for people to steal the identities of dead people. The budget deal reached by the House and Senate this week includes a measure to restrict access to a database containing the personal information of deceased people.

Most Americans against phone use on planes

Most Americans say: They don't want to hear their neighbor on a cell phone during their next flight.

60th anniversary of B36 bomber crash

Sixty years ago Wednesday, the Borderland was covered in a snowy, foggy haze. Some say that played a role in why a pilot crashed a huge bomber into the Franklin Mountains.