Rental car company Hertz will pay $168 million to customers it falsely accused of stealing vehicles.
White House chief of staff Ron Klain said he expected President Biden to announce his 2024 re-election campaign after the holiday season.
The Supreme Court announced it would hear challenges to Biden's student debt relief program beginning in February 2023.
Nebraska will cull more than 1 million chickens after latest bird flu outbreak.
Several of the world's most prominent news organizations released a letter calling for the U.S. to drop charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz warned that Russia could be planning to escalate its invasion of Ukraine, as its military losses continue to pile up.
Starbucks workers at over 100 U.S. stores will go on strike Thursday, disrupting one of the company's most popular promotions of the year.
President Joe Biden and China's Xi Jinping met Monday in Indonesia to discuss the two superpowers' contentious relationship.
According to a new study, American households only recycle 5% of household plastic waste. In 2021 U.S. households produced 51 million tons of plastic waste.
A Russian court rejected American basketball star Brittney Griner's appeal of her 9-year prison sentence, opening the door to her transfer to a penal colony.
A look at the minimum wage as California Gov. Gavin Newsom signs groundbreaking law for low-wage workers.
The celebration of Labor Day extends from the 19th century onward and is still a valuable reminder of how important workers' rights are to U.S. history.
Two U.S. Navy warships are sailing through international waters in the Taiwan Strait, three U.S. officials told Reuters.
Wayfair announced Friday that the company would cut almost 900 jobs, which is a reduction of the company's workforce by 5%.
A Pennsylvania man plowed a car through a fundraising event and then was arrested for killing his mother.
Whole Foods CEO John Mackey had some criticism for younger generations of workers on a recent podcast episode.
Axios Media and Cox Enterprises inked a $525 million deal on Sunday that hopes to continue investments in local journalism
During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Senator Whitehouse accused the FBI of not conducting a thorough investigation of SCOTUS Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
Since the New York State Department of Health found the first case of polio in nearly a decade, it says there are likely "hundreds" more.
Amazon is set to acquire iRobot, the maker of the Roomba robot vacuum, for $1.7 billion, or $61 per share.
Ivanka and Donald Trump Jr. testified in New York Attorney General Letitia James' investigation into the Trump organization.
Gas prices are closing in on a $4 average across the U.S. and many expect the drop to continue.
The increases in refinancing and purchasing mortgage options is a good sign that the Fed's interest rate hikes are working, but some warn that will not last.
The latest Gallup poll showed the president's public approval ratings dip to their lowest point.
The vaccination campaign against monkeypox in the U.S. is underway, but many report challenges with getting the vaccine and the process.
Europeans’ views of the United States dimmed sharply in the aftermath of the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas and the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court.
Rep. Madison Cawthorn may be in trouble with the FEC over campaign finance violations, according to a recent report.
The woman and her boyfriend are set to face additional charges for overstaying in India without a valid passport or visa.
According to a new report from Coincub, Germany and the United States are tied as the most crypto-friendly nations in the world.
A three-digit mental health hotline, 988, meant for people in crises across the U.S. will officially launch tomorrow.