The latest revelations about top secret information traversing Hillary Clinton's private email server have triggered accusations that someone in her "inner circle" likely stripped the classification markings, illegally.
Lawyers for former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship are urging a federal judge to split his criminal trial so a charge alleging a conspiracy to violate mine safety laws would be heard separately from charges of lying to securities regulators and investors.
The financial ties between Planned Parenthood and Democrats run deep, with the taxpayer-funded women's health care and abortion provider's employees and political arms donating at least $25 million to party lawmakers over the last 15 years, according to a FoxNews.com analysis.
Mylan lowered the bar for shareholder approval in its ongoing hostile bid for rival pharmaceutical company Perrigo.
These Wheaties may not be so good with milk.
A company famous for its pens has apologized for marking a public holiday honoring women in South Africa with a Facebook post urging readers to "Think like a man." Bic South Africa posted the message with a photo of a smiling female model on its Facebook page on Aug. 9, the anniversary of a 1956 march led by women who were protesting the country's white minority rule at the time.
Public urination has gotten so bad in San Francisco that the city has painted nine walls with a repellant paint that makes pee spray back on the offender.
A mysterious sunken ship uncovered in the waters off Israel nearly 40 years ago may have belonged to a famous French baron, new research suggests
The number of Americans filing new applications for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week, but the trend continued to point to a strengthening labor market.
Advance Auto Parts Inc. (AAP) on Thursday reported second-quarter profit of $150 million.
The Labor Department reported on Thursday U.S. import prices in July posted their biggest decline in six months as the cost of petroleum products and other goods fell, suggesting inflation could remain tame for a while.
Shares of wireless provider Sprint Corp. jumped 4 percent in premarket trading after Softbank, a Japanese telecommunications and Internet-services company, said it took an additional $87 million stake in the company.
Americans bought more cars, restaurant meals and building supplies in July.