A prosecution witness told jurors that Roger Clemens DNA' showed up on two cotton balls and one needle allegedly used for a steroids injection of the famed pitcher. He then spent nearly the rest of Friday's court session fielding questions from lawyers for both sides and from jurors.
By most accounts, the U.S. auto industry has been one of the major engines of the American economic recovery, with car sales helping to offset slow housing demand and other indicators of a sluggish economy.
The cash-strapped U.S. Postal Service will offer buyouts this summer to nearly all of its 45,000 mail handlers, part of a plan to consolidate operations at 140 mail-processing facilities in the next year.
Retail investors with dreams of instant wealth who bought Facebook shares on opening day may have been disappointed, but they could still wind up with a windfall if lawyers seeking class-action status for lawsuits against the company and its IPO underwriters get their way.
President Barack Obama holds a narrow advantage over presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney in three of the most pivotal presidential battleground states -- Florida, Ohio and Virginia -- according to new NBC-Marist polls.
It’s a political eternity between today and the first presidential debate on Oct. 3. And voters may be fated to spend it hearing point/counterpoint from the Obama and Romney campaigns on the Republican’s career as head of the private equity firm Bain Capital in the 1980s and 1990s.
Less than six months before November’s presidential election, President Obama enjoys a sizable lead over Mitt Romney among Latino voters, according to a new national NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Telemundo poll of Latino respondents.
The alleged hiring of prostitutes suggests a cultural problem within the Secret Service, Sen. Susan Collins said Wednesday amid reports of new evidence of law enforcement misconduct during the president's trip to Colombia.
NBC News has learned that Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan plans to tell the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee tomorrow that what happened in Cartagena, Colombia was an “aberration” that does not represent the organization.