Chicago’s city council will vote next week on whether Uber and Lyft drivers will be required to undergo more regulatory scrutiny.
More than 50 State Department officials want a stronger U.S. response to the Syrian dictator, a memo obtained by the New York Times shows.
In a speech, Bernie Sanders said he looks forward to working with presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton — but he didn’t endorse her and didn’t end his campaign.
Was Labour Party rising star Jo Cox's murder the work of political opponents — or of "globalists" looking to win sympathy from the public? Any number of views appear online.
The families of people killed in mass shootings “don’t care about the politics,” the president said in Orlando, Florida. “And neither do I.”
A situation involving 23 officers from different forces, a prostitute and a suicide has taken down two police chiefs in a week.
Florida officials estimate there are only about seven unprovoked American alligator bites a year that require special medical treatment.
The retail giant wants store employees focused on customers, so it plans to test a consolidation of its invoicing and accounting operations, a report says.
Egyptian officials say they’ve found the remains of the Paris-to-Cairo flight that mysteriously crashed May 19.
The microblogging site may be looking to the German audio-sharing site to boost its number of subscribers.
Still, Smith & Wesson shares have gained more than 750 percent during Obama's presidency as gun sales have soared.
Officials in Florida have almost completed the grim task of notifying families about the 49 people killed during the Pulse gay nightclub shooting.
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump has ratcheted up his campaign rhetoric to include children of immigrants, like himself.
State lawmakers may investigate Judge Aaron Persky, whose six-month sentence for a Stanford athlete wasn't his first to draw criticism.
The maker of electric cars also says it is rewording its repair nondisclosure agreement after regulators called it “troublesome.”
The officer fired “a number of times” near the baggage claim area, where the man was engaged in a dispute with the mother of his children, police said.
In backing Democrat Hillary Clinton for president, the U.S. senator from Massachusetts called the Republican a “loud, nasty, thin-skinned fraud.”
HUD Secretary Julian Castro is one of several oft-cited candidates to be the VP choice of the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
The U.S. senator from Massachusetts will back Clinton during an interview Thursday night with MSNBC's Rachel Maddow.
Investors in the company that owns Burger King and Tim Hortons have rejected a plan to add female directors. But the company could implement it anyway.