What Janet Yellen's Fed Might Look Like

As vice chair at the Federal Reserve, Yellen has been a leading voice for pro-growth policies on jobs and the economy at large.

 | Zach Toombs

SNL Hires First Black Female Cast Member In 6 Years

SNL announced Monday Sasheer Zamata will join the cast, becoming the first black female cast member on the show in six years.

 | Alex Mallin

3-Year-Old Boy Unable To Blink Due To Mystery Illness

The family of 3-year-old Corbin Durant is raising money in hopes of having the child examined at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota.

 | Christine Slusser

New Old Spice Ad Is Both Hilarious And Terrifying

A new ad, which premiered on TV during the NFL playoffs, shows moms struggling to let go of their sons, who are all on dates thanks to Old Spice.

 | Adam Falk

Photo In USA Today Helps Find Missing Man

20-year-old Nick Simmons went missing on New Year's Day. An unlikely chance photograph in USA Today days later helped his family locate him.

 | Erik Shute

Supreme Court Halts Gay Marriage In Utah

Same-sex marriage in Utah comes to a stop as state officials appeal the Dec. 20 legalization.

 | Laura Heck

Sexting Study: 7th Graders 5 Times More Likely To Have Sex

In a new study published online Monday, researchers say 22 percent of at-risk middle schoolers admit to texting explicit messages or more.

 | Cliff Judy

Liz Cheney Drops Out: Good For GOP?

Liz Cheney announced she's dropping her bid for Senate in Wyoming.

 | Christina Hartman

'Jihad Jane' Colleen LaRose Gets 10-Year Sentence

Colleen LaRose referred to herself as "Jihad Jane" and was plotting to kill a Swedish artist over his cartoon, which offended Muslims.

 | Lauren Zima

Padres Broadcast Legend, Marine Pilot Jerry Coleman Dies

Coleman died after complications from a fall. His contributions to our nation's pastime were perhaps only eclipsed by his service to his country.

 | Cliff Judy

Unemployment Benefits Top Congress' 2014 To-Do List

A measure to temporarily extend unemployment benefits, which lapsed last month, faces a procedural vote in the Senate Monday.

 | Elizabeth Hagedorn

Jahi McMath Released From Calif. Hospital

The teen, declared brain dead, was pronounced dead by a local coroner; it's unclear where Jahi's family has taken her now.

 | Collin Ruane

Record-Breaking Cold Gripping U.S. Heartland

A frigid arctic air mass has descended on the U.S. -- bringing with it some of the coldest temperatures the U.S. has seen in more than 20 years.

 | Charlie McKeague

Pilot Reported Wind Problems Prior To Fatal Aspen Crash

One man is dead and two others are injured following a plane crash at an Aspen, Colo. airport.

 | Alex Mallin

New York Gov. Cuomo To Support Medical Marijuana

In an upcoming address, New York's governor Andrew Cuomo reportedly plans to announce an executive action legalizing marijuana for some medical uses.

 | Matt Picht

One Dead After Fire In New York City High-Rise

The three-alarm fire broke out on the 20th floor of a high-rise around 11 a.m. Sunday.

 | Alex Mallin

Mitt Romney Responds To Harris-Perry's Tearful Apology

Sunday Mitt Romney commented on MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry's apology for her controversial comment about his black grandson.

 | Jasmine Bailey

Plane Explodes While Landing At Colo. Airport

A private jet crash at the Aspen-Pitkin County Airport Sunday killing atleast one person and injuring two others.

 | Matt Moreno

Rand Paul Says Clapper, Snowden Should Share Jail Cell

On the Sunday shows, Mitt Romney accused the president of dishonesty on health care reform, and Rand Paul said the NSA chief deserved punishment.

 | Zach Toombs

Steven Seagal Weighing Ariz. Governor Bid

The 61-year-old celebrity says he discussed the possibility with America's self-proclaimed "toughest sheriff" Joe Arpaio.

 | Amy Kluber

Seahawks' Lynch Fined $50K For Not Talking To Media: Reports

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has reportedly been fined $50,000 for not speaking to reporters during the 2013 NFL regular season.

 | Collin Ruane

11-Year-Old Dallas Girl Stabs Relative 9 Times: Police

An eleven-year-old girl is in custody after police say she stabbed a relative nine times.

 | Elizabeth Hagedorn

Police Arrest Suspect In New York 'Knockout' Attacks

New York police say they've found the Brooklyn man accused of randomly punching strangers. 35-year-old Barry Baldwin doesn't have a criminal record.

 | Collin Ruane

Record-Breaking Cold Snap Expected In Midwest

All public schools in Minnesota will be closed Monday while Green Bay Packers fans will be attending one of the coldest NFL games in history.

 | Collin Ruane

Rep. Trey Radel Returning To Work After Cocaine Arrest

The Republican representative from Florida will return to Congress despite calls for his resignation following an arrest for cocaine possession.

 | Christian Bryant

Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing On New York Expressway

Investigators are still unsure what exactly caused a small plane to make an emergency landing on a New York expressway Saturday afternoon.

 | Candice Aviles

AT&T Offers Customers $450 To Leave T-Mobile

Not one to be one-upped by competitor T-Mobile, AT&T is offering T-Mobile customers $450 to switch over.

 | Candice Aviles

Barbara Bush Released From Hospital

The former first lady spent nearly a week in a Houston hospital fighting pneumonia. She was released Saturday.

 | Collin Ruane

3-Year-Old Hawaiian Girl Dies After Dental Procedure

A 3-year-old girl has died after she suffered cardiac arrest during a root canal procedure in Hawaii in December.

 | Briana Koeneman

25 States Now Reporting Widespread Flu Activity

According to the Centers for Disease Control, the number of states reporting widespread seasonal flu more than doubled last week.

 | Briana Koeneman