A panel investigating the agency’s search of a computer network used by staff members of the Senate Intelligence Committee who were looking into the C.I.A.'s use of torture will recommend against punishing anyone, officials said.
A month after Rolling Stone magazine published a now discredited account of a gang rape at a fraternity house, University of Virginia officials pushed back against damage done to its reputation.
President Obama said the U.S. would “respond proportionally” to the attack on Sony Pictures after the F.B.I. said it had extensive evidence that North Korea had organized it.
President Obama said the reopening of relations with Cuba would give the United States more sway there, and promised to “respond proportionally” to a cyberattack on Sony.
Night was once the only thing that put the human agenda on hold.
Authorities in South Carolina have removed four men with intellectual disabilities — all former employees of a disgraced company called Henry’s Turkey Service — from a run-down bunkhouse in Newberry.
Robert P. McCulloch defended his office’s presentation of the Michael Brown case to a grand jury and his decision to announce its finding in the evening.
A final sale of stock from what was once General Motors’ finance arm closed a turbulent chapter of the financial crisis, the Obama administration said.
President Obama signed an executive order barring new investment and trade with Crimea and freezing the property of people or businesses operating in the region or helping its leadership.
Sony says it has been searching for alternative ways to show “The Interview” after theater owners refused to book it in the face of threats.
BMW America, the sole remaining automaker to limit the recall to high-humidity areas, has said it is “evaluating the situation.”
Insurers are hoping that a new competitor to Gilead Sciences’ drugs for the disease will drive down prices, though the new drug’s price is higher than was hoped.
About 1.4 million people who are in the country illegally are expected to apply for driver’s licenses in California, and many are scrambling to prepare.
A congressional inquiry into the F.B.I.'s scientific work on the anthrax mailings of 2001 has identified major gaps in genetic evidence that purportedly links the germs to Bruce E. Ivins.
The classroom visit, toting a menorah and some plastic dreidels, is an annual ritual for many Jewish parents whose children might be the only Jews in school.
Military action against North Korea is effectively off the table.
The complaints allege the company punished workers for taking part in protests.
Fake Instagram accounts were deleted during the "Instapurge," leading to dented celeb egos and loss of followers.
Stocks have a good chance of drifting higher in the week ahead, giving the year a bullish finale.
It’s his annual appeal. "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer wants you to place a couple shares of this stock in the stockings.