Beauty goods company Avon has been fined $135 million by the SEC for bribing Chinese officials with luxury goods -- everything from Gucci bags to Tiffany pens.
Could thawing relations between the U.S. and Cuba lead to the extradition of a fugitive back to the U.S.?
Comedy Central's successor to "The Colbert Report" will be "The Minority Report with Larry Wilmore."
Barack Obama may be the President of the United States, but for a few minutes on Monday, he was also Stephen Colbert, outgoing host of "The Colbert Report."
A quote often attributed to Leon Trotsky reads, "You may not be interested in war, but war is interested in you." Although Washington would like very much to ignore North Korea, Pyongyang has just brought Trotsky's axiom into the 21st century with a seminal cyberattack that will have an immediate economic and cultural impact.
The US Navy's newest stealth destroyer is twice as long as the Statue of Liberty but barely shows up on radar.
One person died and up to a dozen others were injured after a car plowed into a crowd of people in Southern California after a church Christmas event, police said.
White House Economic Council Director Jeff Zients pointed fingers at Congress on Thursday for not acting fast enough on cybersecurity legislation, in the wake of news that North Korea was behind the Sony Entertainment cyberattack.
Uber is standing down for the next three months in Portland, just one of the cities where it has run into trouble.
Residents of Marine on St. Croix, Minnesota posed nude for a calendar to help a friend fighting cancer. KARE reports.
Boko Haram insurgents kidnapped at least 185 women and children, and killed 32 people in a raid in northeastern Nigeria this week, local officials and residents said.
Spider-Woman has never been one of the major characters in comic books, but Marvel hopes that she will make a splash with her new look.
Marco Rubio needed to get back on the radar after his fellow Floridian, Jeb Bush, jolted the political world this week with an announcement that he was considering a presidential run.
President Obama has been using his executive powers aggressively, despite midterm losses, says Gloria Borger