A prosecutor on Tuesday sought a murder conviction against Oscar Pistorius before South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal.
The Volkswagen emissions scandal widened Monday when the U.S. government accused the German automaker of cheating for a second time.
A long-promised campaign to legalize recreational marijuana use in California next year reached the starting gate.
Diageo Americas Supply distills and ages whiskey at warehouses in Louisville, resulting in tons of ethanol emissions.
Elderly prisoners are up 250 percent in state and federal prisons, exploding health care budgets.
U.S. senators and mayors fight back against online hacktivist group Anonymous’ claims that they’re tied to KKK.
The Federal Government is blaming additional branches of automaker Volkswagen of using default devices.
Federal investigators have positively identified the wreckage found 15,000 feet deep in the sea as that of the ill-fated cargo ship El Faro.
The E. coli outbreak is linked to Chipotle restaurants in Washington state and Oregon.
The Republican National Committee has new demands to renew a debate partnership with NBC.
The Dept. of Defense cannot explain why a commercial natural gas station in Afghanistan cost U.S. tax payers $43 million.
Enrollment on the federal and state exchanges began Sunday.
President Barack Obama hasn’t been afraid to identify with the people being policed, as well as with the police.
The most perplexing thing about the World Series for some wasn’t how Daniel Murphy let a slow grounder go under his glove.
K.C. wins World title