Frustrated by the pace of the investigation into the killing of Marco W. McMillian, a Mississippi mayoral candidate, his family is demanding that federal authorities step in.
South Korea's central bank cut interest rates for the first time in seven months on Thursday, confounding the expectations of most market analysts.
Japan will be consumed by a debt crisis surpassing the U.S. subprime crash, a leading U.S.-based hedge fund manager has warned. The Financial Times reports.
After finding their captivity in Iran three decades ago seemingly forgotten, they now see hope in a 17-year battle for compensation.
John Sopko blasts "bureaucrats"' who he says want him to stop publicizing damning Afghanistan audits.
For a market that got pumped up because a so-so monthly jobs report wasn't a disaster, Thursday's jobless claims will be big.
The advocacy group Fwd.Us, created by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and others, has shocked some liberals with its tactics in a campaign to support immigration reform.
Ariel Castro is accused of imprisoning Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight in his house for years.
Lawmakers of both parties and in both chambers of Congress are moving to introduce legislation seeking to prevent and to better prosecute abuses.
Labor and liberal advocacy groups are fighting a potential sale of The Los Angeles Times and other newspapers to David H. Koch and his brother Charles G. Koch.
The company said it stopped new sales and marketing of Alert Energy Caffeine Gum as the Food and Drug Administration investigates the safety of added caffeine.
A day before a Senate committee was to take up a bill, a 2009 dissertation by a Heritage Foundation analyst added fuel to the debate.
The measure passed in a Legislature controlled by Democrats and buoyed by an influx of young Latino lawmakers.
A Census Bureau survey also found that Hispanics and Asians continue to turn out at much lower rates than other groups, and that women turn out at higher rates than men.