The Justice Department has declined to prosecute two Veterans Affairs Department executives after lawmakers accused them of misleading Congress about massive cost overruns at a Denver-area VA hospital.
A judge has ruled that a woman charged with leaking secrets to a reporter will remain jailed until her trial after prosecutors argued that she might possess more stolen intelligence and could try to flee the country.
The pound fell sharply after an exit poll in Britain's election forecast that the Conservatives would fall short of a majority in parliament, raising the prospect that the country might not have a clear winner or strong government as it starts its negotiations to leave the European Union.
U.S. regulators want a narcotic painkiller involved in the opioid epidemic off the market.
The British pound fell sharply Thursday evening after exit polls indicated British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party may have lost its Parliamentary majority in the U.K. snap election, potentially roiling the country’s plans to exit the European Union.
Anyone who has waited on a long, snaking line to get into a fashion exhibit at a top museum knows just how popular they've become — and more broadly, how fashion is increasingly seen as a form of artistic and cultural expression.
A Mississippi 12-year-old helped deliver her newborn brother.
Hudson's Bay Co., which owns Saks Fifth Avenue, Lord and Taylor and Canada's Hudson's Bay, is cutting 2,000 jobs in North America as it shaves costs and tries to adjust to changes in how people shop.
Environmental advocacy groups have launched a new attempt to halt the expansion of Montana's largest coal mine for its effects on climate change.
Former first lady Barbara Bush is celebrating her 92nd birthday on the Maine coast.
The Republican-led House approved sweeping legislation Thursday to undo much of former President Barack Obama's landmark banking law created after the 2008 economic crisis that caused millions of Americans to lose their jobs and homes.