As acting head of the Justice Department’s criminal division, David A. O’Neil homed in on a case involving BNP Paribas. Now that the case is closed — with a guilty plea from the bank — he is moving on, most likely to a job at a white-shoe law firm.
A pro-Israel group sued the city's transit authority on Wednesday, asking a court to force it to accept a bus advertisement including the phrase "Hamas Killing Jews" after it was rejected on the grounds its display could incite violence.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel gave the military four to six weeks to improve access to treatment, quality of care and patient safety at hospitals and clinics.
The federal appeals panel ruled against North Carolina, telling it to restore a “same-day registration” provision.
Michael Dunn was convicted of first-degree murder in the shooting of an unarmed black teenager after a confrontation over rap music blaring from a car.
Enterovirus 68 has been found in at least four people who died, and has caused an influx of sick children at hospitals nationwide.
In a program offering sexually active teenagers in St. Louis free birth control, pregnancy and abortion rates were less than a quarter of those of such teenagers nationally.
Not-so-superrich Indians are joining buyers from other countries who see the recovering United States housing market as a safe haven for their money.
New worries arise about the disease's ability to hop between countries and continents.
The agency's most important protectee has been notably reserved in his response.
Derek Jeter announces The Players'Tribune, a new publishing company that provides a forum for star athletes and their stories.
In a poll conducted by lastminute.com.au 912 people admitted to lying in order to receive free upgrades on flights.
Nobody likes losing money, and on Wednesday, a lot of people lost money in stocks.
Investors don't need to run and hide just yet, Brian Kelly says.
Will Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. preside over a conservative majority, become a beleaguered dissenter or migrate to the center of a new spectrum?
The Indian prime minister’s base is larger than all but 21 American elected officials and current candidates, according to a site that tracks social media accounts.
An Ebola vaccine in development has shown preliminary success, Inovio's Joseph Kim says.
Memo to every board of directors: When companies take Cramer’s advice, shares go higher.
The stars aligned against stocks Wednesday, but the market could snap back as traders count down to the September employment report.