G.M. has been sued, and now faces an investigation by the safety agency and the possibility of a criminal investigation, similar to the criminal inquiry Toyota is facing after recalls over the unintended acceleration of its vehicles.
President Obama rallied allies and approved a series of diplomatic and economic moves intended to isolate Moscow and prevent it from seizing more Ukrainian territory.
The actor uses his Oscar speech to give a shout out to protesters in the embattled countries.
As Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair awaits trial on charges of sexual assault, lawmakers are expected to debate a bill to strip commanders of prosecuting decisions.
Ministers in various denominations help passengers in dire straits financially and anyone in need of a spiritual lift at the airport.
Although geopolitical tensions surrounding Ukraine have been described as the highest since 9/11, analysts said a full scale war remained unlikely.
The United States says Russia risks eviction from the Group of 8 and that assets of Russian businesses could be frozen if the Kremlin does not reverse its occupation of Crimea.
He's not likely to send in the U.S. military, and economic sanctions will take time.
AIPAC's endorsement of Kerry's peace initiative could be game-changing.
U.S. companies worry investments could be affected.
IBT Media, a small digital publishing company that bought Newsweek for a pittance last summer, is poised to place the magazine on newsstands again this Friday.
The health of China's manufacturing sector deteriorated further in February, the final reading of HSBC's Purchasing Mangers Index (PMI) showed on Monday.
Cutting off the gas comes with risks for Russia.
Airlines have already started canceling flights.
Student protesters rally outside the White House to press the administration to reject the pipeline.
The report, from leading security experts, also found that while the government has focused on the high-voltage power grid, less work has been done on the lower-voltage distribution system.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who plans to skip the nation's largest St. Patrick's Day parade because participants are banned from carrying signs or banners identifying themselves as gay, joined the gay-friendly St. Pat's For All Parade Sunday, saying it honors the traditions of the city by celebrating inclusion.
Commanders have a sizable amount of firepower at their disposal -- but D.C. has no plans to use it.
Hedge funds usually thrive on volatility, but many are sitting out the emerging market turmoil even as they become more positive on the segment.