The lawyer for a New York-born man who pleaded guilty to supporting al-Qaida says the U.S. government owes financial damages for failing to quickly diagnose his injuries after his arrest
The Vatican showed "Spotlight," contender for best picture, Thursday to launch a three-day meeting on combating sex abuse in the Catholic Church.
Investors have given LinkedIn a poor job review in the form of a dramatic sell-off that wiped out nearly $10 billion in the professional networking service's market value after it issued a surprise forecast for slower growth this year
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is warning New Hampshire voters to be wary of the three candidates because they have not spent as much time campaigning here
Taiwan's official news agency says rescuers have pulled out more than 120 people from a 16-story residential high-rise that collapsed in a 6.4-magnitude earthquake
Acting amid extra tight security, parole commissioners are again recommending parole for a former leader of the Mexican Mafia prison gang who now helps law enforcement
A Texas teenager who used an "affluenza" defense in a fatal drunken-driving wreck has been moved to an adult jail as he awaits a hearing over whether to transfer his case to the adult system
An experiment in Germany could be a large step in the direction of giving the world the clean, seemingly endless energy that would be nuclear fusion. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.
France is the first country to pass and now enforce a law that makes it illegal for grocery stores to discard food that's about to expire.
Twitter is now using spam-fighting technology to seek out accounts that might be promoting terrorist activity and is proactively looking at other accounts related to those flagged for possible removal, the company announced Friday
The U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights says laws and policies that restrict access to birth control services must be repealed amid the explosive outbreak of the Zika virus
HSBC has reached a $470 million settlement with the federal government and nearly all states to resolve banking abuses that contributed to the nation's financial crisis
The former head of the Michigan's Drinking Water and Municipal Assistance office has been fired after an investigation into the state's oversight of Flint's switch to a new water source that ultimately led to lead contamination
A young man convicted of beating two homeless men to death with cinder blocks and other objects in New Mexico's largest city faces sentencing on more than a dozen felony charges
A federal grand jury has indicted a New Orleans man accused of shooting a Louisiana sheriff's deputy who was leading a federal drug raid on his home
A Mississippi court made a mistake when listing a phone number for people to call regarding their jury summons. It had people calling a sex hotline. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.