Hezbollah launches attack against Israeli soldiers near the Lebanese border.
Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch had her first day of confirmation hearings in the Senate.
Jordan agreed to terms to trade a prisoner for a hostage held by ISIS.
The Fed cites solid job growth in the economy.
Eight lives left: a cat that was believed to be dead rises from the grave.
The blizzard in New England isn’t over yet.
Americans among those killed in a terrorist attack on a hotel in Libya.
A lot of people, including President Obama, showed up to pay respects in Saudi Arabia.
Consumer confidence is at its highest rating since 2007.
Mormons try to balance marriage equality and the right to discriminate.
Obamacare cost estimate keeps getting smaller.
The Big Snow in the Northeast.
Greece swears in a new leftist government.
Former CIA official convicted of espionage for leaking to the New York Times.
Drone crash at White House apparently accidental.
Auschwitz survivors return after 70 years.
“Monster blizzard” set to hit the Northeast.
Left-wing party wins Greek election.
Thirty dead in Muslim rebel clash with Philippine police.
Marriage equality on temporary hold in Alabama.
Gov. Chris Christie takes critical step towards run in 2016.
Rebels and president in Yemen reach a deal to end standoff.
U.S. and Cuba begin talks on re-establishing ties.
Ferguson police officer not likely to face federal charges.
More tests on water supply in Montana after oil spill.
More measles cases linked to Disneyland.
President Obama laid out a big agenda in the SOTU. Video.
ISIS released a video of two Japanese hostages and demanded ransom.
The presidential palace in Yemen is under rebel control.
Pipeline break leaks thousands of gallons of crude oil into the Yellowstone River in Montana.
Paris mayor plans to sue Fox News for “inaccurate” reporting.
Report: 11 footballs underinflated in Patriots’ game.
The U.S. hacked North Korea’s computer network a long time ago.
Diplomacy may be the way now in Syria.
Confirmation hearings for A.G. nominee Loretta Lynch will be next week.
Pope Francis will visit the U.S. in September.
Measles outbreak spreads in California and beyond.
The post-attack run of 3 million copies of Charlie Hebdo sold out.
Al-Qaeda in Yemen claimed responsibility for the Paris attack.
Feds file charges against a man who plotted to blow up the U.S. Capitol.
Secret Service executives demoted after report on scandals.
Climbers reach the top of El Capitan’s Dawn Wall in Yosemite.
Over a million people marched in Paris against terror.
F.B.I. assumes larger surveillance role.
Ice storms and freezing rain head for the eastern U.S.
Seven shot, two killed in North Carolina house party.
House GOP plans to undercut Obama’s immigration plans.
Who won a Golden Globe?
French police continue their search for the Charlie Hebdo killers.
Nigeria — More than 2,000 people reported missing after Boko Haram attacked villages.
The CDC warns that the current strain of the flu is one of the worst on record.
FHA announces fee reductions for borrowers.
Honda faces record fines for under-reporting defects.
One suspect in Paris massacre surrenders; two still at large.
A car bomb exploded outside a police academy in Yemen’s capital.
Testimony begins in the trial of Texas abortion law.
Europe has a deflation problem.
It’s very cold in the Midwest.
ISIS keeps attacking an airbase in Iraq with little to show for it.
Nuclear talks with Iran are making some progress.
Sorry, Louie — Conservative insurgents don’t have the votes to overthrow Speaker Boehner.
Oil continues to sink, falling below $50 a barrel.
Jury selection begins in Boston Marathon bombing trial.
Bad weather hinders search for pieces from AirAsia plane.
North Korea does not like new U.S. sanctions.
U.S. drone strike kills militants in Pakistan.
Mike Huckabee will run for president again.
Another cold blast heads for the U.S.
Three ISIS leaders have been killed by American airstrikes in Iraq.
Some restrictions on Cuba could be lifted as soon as January by President Obama.
Two states sue Colorado over marijuana law.
More than 100 people have been kidnapped by extremists in Nigeria in recent days.
Russian President Putin is really into bears.
The Russian ruble continues to fluctuate.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that his administration would ban fracking.
Sony Pictures has cancelled the release of The Interview after threats.
The list of presidential pardons is out.
Teen cleared of murder 70 years after his execution.
The death toll in the Taliban massacre in Pakistan is over 140.
The ruble is taking a nosedive.
Sarah Saldaña, the president’s nominee for head of ICE, has been confirmed.
California needs 11 trillion gallons to end the drought.
Obamacare sign-ups running strong.
The Taliban slaughter students in school in Pakistan.
Hostage situation in Sydney, Australia, ends with two of them and the gunman dead.
Newtown families plan to sue maker of the gun used in the massacre two years ago.
Supreme Court turns down Arizona abortion law case.
Senate finally approves Surgeon General nominee.
Greenland melting models may be wrong… and bad for Florida.
Frozen director apologizes for “Let It Go.” (Too late.)
Hostage situation in Sydney, Australia.
Climate deal would commit all nations to limit carbon emissions.
Kansas faces huge budget shortfall.
Texan defects to North Korea.
More rain predicted for California.
The spending bill may not make it to the finish line.
Detroit made it out of bankruptcy.
U.S. hands over Bagram prison in Afghanistan.
Falling oil prices — to around $60 a barrel — put a dent in the stock market.
Sexual predator wins $3 million in Florida lottery.
C.I.A. torture — The Senate report lays it all out.
Congressional leaders say they have reached a deal on spending.
Secretary of State Kerry warns Senate on limiting ISIS fight.
The Supreme Court rules against BP’s challenge to their oil spill settlement.
Jonathan Gruber apologized for his “stupid” remarks about Obamacare.