The image of the bench is four liberals, four conservatives and one centrist. While this is true, it isn’t a steady procession.
A Chinese tycoon served up a fancy lunch Wednesday to the homeless at a Central Park restaurant, but caught grief from attendees expecting cash.
One of the world's leading dealmakers has criticized mergers made just for tax purposes.
If Republicans retake the Senate, he's in line to lead the Senate Armed Services Committee.
Nineteen-term Democratic Rep. Nick Rahall faces the tricky task of separating himself from Obama.
He says climate deniers are the crowd who used to think the moon was made out of cheese.
The search for missing flight MH370 will shift south along a narrow arc identified as the plane's most likely resting place.
The fundraising website GoFundMe has taken down a page devoted to raising money for a 3-year-old Mississippi girl at the center of a controversy over whether she was asked to leave a KFC restaurant because customers were discomfited by injuries she suffered in a pit bull attack.
More than 30 people were hospitalized in Boston Wednesday night after attending an electronic dance music show featuring Swedish disc jockey Avicii.
Barclays pulled a bond offering after it emerged that the New York attorney general was preparing to sue the bank for fraud.
One day after focusing on lost e-mails at the IRS, the House Oversight Committee learned Wednesday that the Environmental Protection Agency is also having trouble recovering emails the committee wants as part of a separate investigation.
A swift rise in competition from China is stealing business from Apple suppliers in Taiwan, according to Barclays.
Mr. Walters was a commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service under President Richard M. Nixon who left office after refusing to prosecute people on Nixon’s notorious “enemies list.”