At the Vatican in Rome, Pope Francis listened during Good Friday services as a papal preacher decried how the world is ignoring the growing persecution of Christians.
One of Massachusetts' most prestigious art museums is turning a portrait over to federal authorities because it was bought from a dealer accused of trafficking in stolen antiquities from India.
A fire that destroyed three buildings at an upstate New York lumber business has been ruled an accident.
Thousands of Connecticut taxpayers could potentially receive a lucrative financial windfall.
Images of unaccompanied children flooding across the U.S.-Mexico border defined the immigration crisis last summer.
The closure of a runway at Kennedy Airport could create a traffic jam in the skies above New York City this summer.
A federal appeals court refused Friday to reconsider a ruling that dealt a blow to U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara and the prosecution of insider trading on Wall Street.
A mysterious 'special' bonus given to a senior executive at Morgan Stanley has officials at the Wall Street investment bank wondering whether chief executive James Gorman has chosen a new favorite to be his successor.
Michigan-based Biggby Coffee says personal information from some customers and job applicants may have been accessed after a company database was hacked.
A State Department official dismissed a plea Friday from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the Iran nuclear agreement include clear recognition of his nation's "right to exist," declaring negotiations are "only about the nuclear issue."
The first-quarter earnings season will be underway in the middle of next week as Aloca reports its latest numbers.In addition, traders will get the latest look at the Fed's thought process from its most recent meeting minutes.
The Ohio prisons agency will use five private-sector intelligence analysts in a first-ever move to help monitor inmate phone calls as part of its crime prevention efforts, records show.
The Internal Revenue Service on Friday gave Obamacare customers more time to file their tax returns without penalty because of government errors on health-plan forms.