Georgia Father Found Guilty of Murder In Son’s Hot Car Death

A Georgia father has been found guilty of murder in the 2014 death of his toddler son who perished after being left in a...

Judge Approves Massive $15 Billion Volkswagen Settlement

A federal judge on Tuesday authorized a $14.7 billion U.S. settlement in the Volkswagen emissions scandal. The deal, approved by Judge Charles Breyer of...

13 Dead, At Least 31 Injured In Fatal California Bus Crash

At least 13 people were killed early Sunday morning in a tour bus crash near Palm Springs, California, the Riverside County Coroner said. The...

Wells Fargo CEO to Forfeit $41 Million In Compensation After Bank’s Sales Scandal

Wells Fargo and Co. said that it plans on taking $41 million in compensation from Chairman and Chief Executive John Stumpf due to the...

Here We Go: Justice Department Challenges N.C. Bathroom Law; Claims That Bill Requiring Transgender...

The Justice Department has sent letters to North Carolina's governor and university system leaders notifying them that the state's transgender law violates the U.S....

Experimental Blood Test May Uncover Multiple Diseases

An experimental blood test may one day be able to detect a range of diseases including cancer and multiple sclerosis, based on signatures of...

Shameful: America’s First Black President, Barack Obama, Also Becomes America’s First President to Pose...

The president covers the new issue of 'Out' as the magazine's "ally of the year." President Barack Obama covers Out magazine's new Out100 2015 issue,...

Justice Antonin Scalia Continues to Condemn the Supreme Court’s Homosexual Marriage Ruling

With less than two weeks before the start of the new Supreme Court session, Justice Antonin Scalia is still lamenting Obergefell v. Hodges, the...

General Motors to Pay $900 Million In Settlement of Criminal Charges Over Ignition Switch;...

General Motors will pay $900 million to settle criminal charges related to its flawed ignition switch that has been tied to at least 124...

Whataburger Fires Lewisville Employee for Refusing to Serve Police Officers

A Texas Whataburger employee was fired Wednesday for refusing to serve two police officers in what the company is describing as an appalling incident. Officers...

Gunfire Erupts at NYC Federal Building; Suspect Commits Suicide, One Killed

One person was killed and another was critically wounded after gunfire broke out at a federal building in Lower Manhattan on Friday, New York...

What’s to Come for President Obama, First Lady in Life After the White House

Presidential library? Check. Future home? TBD. The decision by President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, to build his presidential library in Chicago scratches one...

Senate Approves Iran Nuclear Deal Bill

The Senate voted 98-1 Thursday to approve bipartisan legislation that would require President Obama to let Congress review - and possibly reject - any...

University of Florida Shuts Down Fraternity After Members Accused of Abusing Wounded Veterans

The University of Florida is closing a fraternity after allegations that its members hurled drunken insults and spat at a group of disabled military...

Feds Make Arrests In Anti-Terror Sweep Against ISIS Recruiters

Federal agents took several people into custody in Minneapolis and San Diego on Sunday as part of a joint terrorism task force investigation, reports...

Army Chaplains are in Urgent Need of Training to Help Suicidal Soldiers

Chaplains who are part of the Army's first line of defense against suicide say they need more training in how to prevent soldiers from...

Venezuela holds military drills after U.S. sanctions

Rolling out tanks, missiles and 100,000 men, Venezuela launched 10 days of military exercises, amid sky-high tensions over US sanctions slapped on officials accused...

U.S. asks Vietnam to stop letting Russia use former American base to refuel bomber...

Russia on Friday rejected U.S. concerns about its use of a former American base in Vietnam for the refueling of Russian bomber flights around...

U.S. carries out air raids in Syria following request from Kurdish forces

The US-led coalition fighting the Islamic State group launched air strikes against the jihadists in a key Syrian village overnight after Kurdish forces appealed...

Ukrainian president says several European countries have agreed to supply military aid, including lethal...

Ukraine has concluded deals with eleven countries of the EU on delivery of weapons, including lethal, President Petro Poroshenko told the country’s TV. He,...