Settlements for the JPMorgan Chase and Madoff case could possibly involve roughly $2 billion in penalties and a rare criminal action. The NYT reports.
The U.S. economic recovery hasn't reached the self-sustaining momentum deemed necessary to warrant a tapering of the Fed's stimulus program in 2014.
A man who for decades insisted that Chicago police officers had tortured him until he confessed to a 1982 rape he did not commit walked out of prison Wednesday after 30 years.
iPhone's market share in China's leapt in October, making Apple the third-largest smartphone player in the mainland.
Machinists in Washington hope that a new contract offer to Boeing will lead the company to decide to build the new 777X plane in the Seattle area.
With the markets and the economy rebounding and the tide rising, will white collar watchdogs get a rest in 2014?
The number of U.S. homes entering the path to foreclosure or winding up repossessed by lenders has fallen to levels not see in more than six years.
Missouri executed Allen Nicklasson on Wednesday night for killing a good Samaritan who stopped to help him and his friends after their car stalled on Interstate 70 in 1994.
Lenders initiated foreclosure action against 52,826 U.S. homes in November, down 10 percent from the previous month and a drop of 32 percent from November last year, according to new data from foreclosure listing firm RealtyTrac Inc.. Foreclosure starts increased last month on an annual basis in 15 states, including Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Oregon.
The most effective way to reduce gun violence without significantly curtailing Second Amendment rights is to treat the problem as a public health issue, like smoking or drunken driving, a study finds.
Police in Washington D.C. say that an 85-minute lockdown at American University's campus was prompted by a call from a student who saw a man wearing a gun holster on a university shuttle bus.
The superintendent of the Air Force Academy announced Tuesday that she intended to end a system of confidential cadet informing after the case of a cadet expelled for deliberate misconduct was investigated by a local newspaper.
A member of the Minnesota National Guard and self-described commander of a militia group was charged Wednesday with stealing names, Social Security numbers and security clearance levels of roughly 400 members of his former Army unit in Fort Bragg, N.C., so he could make fake IDs for his militia members.
A Kansas City man has been executed for killing a good Samaritan who stopped to help him and his friends after their car had broken down in 1994.
A coalition of media outlets is fighting to keep the courtroom open next week for a hearing about the sanity of Colorado movie theater shooting suspect James Holmes.
President Obama may want to look back at his predecessors’ political fortunes in their sixth year in office. Then he may want to close his eyes.
Those who spoke with the vice president were recruited for the online discussion.
In University City, Mo., an 11-year-old named Gabe Fleisher has his own Playbook of sorts.
POLITICO Pro Report: It will chalk up millions to settle allegations it violated U.S. sanctions on Iran.
American consulting firm Bain & Company has been ranked as the best place to work in 2014, according to an annual survey of employee satisfaction.