Officials name suspect in Ottawa shootings

Michael Zehaf-Bibeau was named by an official as the slain gunman after a soldier guarding the National War Memorial was fatally shot.

Judge tosses Mass. suit against Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac

Attorney General Martha Coakley sued the lenders for refusing to sell homes in foreclosure to nonprofits.

Worry about Ebola outbreak growing in US, survey says

Forty-one percent of survey respondents said they were worried that they or their family members would be exposed to Ebola.

Bond granted to 2 Afghan military officers

A federal immigration judge has granted bail to two Afghan military officers who disappeared from a Cape Cod base last month.

Heavy rains may bring flooding tonight, Thursday

Steady, heavy rainfall throughout the next two days could flood the region overnight and into Thursday.

Darrelle Revis/Chris Keane/AP

Chris Keane/AP

Darrelle Revis was sent home Tuesday for tardiness

Revis did not practice Tuesday, and league sources said it was because he was late to the Patriots facility.

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 20: Apple Pay is promoted on signs placed at the cash register of Whole Foods in Columbus Circle on October 20, 2014 in New York, NY. The software, which debuted today, is available in the recently updated iPhone 6 software and accepted in 220,000 stores. It allows iPhone users to pay for purchases using their iPhone's NFC capabilities instead of using their credit card. (Photo by Bryan Thomas/Getty Images)

Hiawatha Bray | Tech Lab

Here come the pay phones

This is no ordinary shopping spree. This is research into a quartet of digital wallets that transmit financial data to retail credit-card terminals.

Shirley Leung | Magazine

Why do female CEOs get fired more often than male ones?

The reason female CEOs get fired more often may lie in a term you’ve never heard: The Glass Cliff.

Demonstrators protested against the shooting death of Michael Brown last week in St. Louis.

Michael Brown was shot in hand at close range, experts say

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch obtained the St. Louis County medical examiner’s autopsy and an accompanying toxicology report.

// Academic fraud case includes more than 3,100 UNC students

The students — nearly half of them athletes — enrolled in classes they didn’t have to show up for and received inflated grades.