Two former U.S. senators, who led inquiries into the 9/11 attacks, have said that the government of Saudi Arabia, despite being an ally of U.S in the fighting terrorism, may have played a key role in the bombing of the twin towers a decade ago.
Latinos, a large and growing voting bloc in several swing states, could play a pivotal role in deciding the U.S. presidential election. A raft of tough new state immigration laws, combined with rhetoric from its candidates, could hurt the Republican Party in November.
US prosecutors investigating managing director at Goldman Sachs as part of probe into company's hedge-fund clients.
Attorney General Eric Holder says he's ready to take BP and and other defendants to court in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
BP, Britain's No. 1 oil company is said to be negotiating a $14 billion settlement for the Deepwater Horizon explosion that killed 11 workers and fouled the Gulf of Mexico for months in 2010.
The start of the liability trial for the BP 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion that killed 11 workers and fouled the Gulf of Mexico for months, has been delayed for a week allowing more time for embattled BP and fellow defendants to broker a settlement with U.S. prosecutors.
BP's 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion that killed 11 and fouled the Gulf of Mexico for months is finally headed for court. On Monday, a federal judge in New Orleans is scheduled to gavel the case to order.
Continuing its incremental approach to gay rights, the Obama administration is preparing to announce regulations that would make same-sex partners of federal employees eligible for more benefits.
Of all the issues likely to surface at Wednesday night's Republican debate in Arizona, immigration is a fairly safe bet. That's because Arizona has come to embody the GOP's approach to immigration, in 2010 passing a controversial immigration law that became the model for similar bills passed by Republican-controlled legislatures in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina and Utah.
A Watergate-era law banning U.S.-based companies from bribing public officials has seen new life in the Obama administration, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce says corporations need guidance.
After two deadlocked juries and three acquittals, the Department of Justice wants to drop a foreign bribery case launched after a Las Vegas sting operation netted 22 businessmen.
Glenn Mangham, a 26-year-old software development student from Cornlands Road, York in Great Britain, was sentenced to eight months in jail after he admitted hacking into Facebook from his bedroom in his parents' house between April and May 2011.
Japanese conglomerate Mitsui MOEX Offshore will pay $90 million for the BP Gulf Oil Spill of 2010 in what is the first settlement ahead of the liabilities trial expected to start in 10 days.
President Barack Obama was characteristically reticent on the issue of gay marriage.
Wynn Resorts Chief Executive Officer Steve Wynn played down a U.S. regulatory inquiry into a company donation at the heart of a bitter legal battle embroiling his $15 billion casino empire, hitting back at his largest shareholder and accuser in a memo to employees.
The Dallas-based company will now charge $36 to upgrade a phone compared to $18 previously.
The U.S. Department of Justice is expected to approve of the transaction as early as this week.
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said his company might benefit from the collapse of the AT&T bid for T-Mobile USA.
The Justice Department will approve Google's $12.5 billion bid to acquire Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc, according to sources close to the antitrust review.
When commodities brokerage MF Global imploded, the FBI and federal prosecutors were quick to launch an investigation to pursue what seemed obvious to outspoken regulators and lawmakers: laws were broken and crimes were committed.
Officials Thursday detailed a nationwide settlement with five large banks over foreclosure practices. Negotiators defended the deal as a way to give immediate relief to homeowners and victims of foreclosure abuses.
Furthermore, the department likely will approve a consortium led by Apple and Microsoft to purchase Nortel Networks patents for $4.5 billion.
Bradley Manning has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by Icelandic MP Birgitta Jónsdóttir for his contribution to WikiLeaks.
The Food Marketing Institute, which represents large grocery chains such as Kroger, Safeway and Walmart, recently sent a letter to Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jon Leibowitz expressing concern about the deal.
Google has hired a senior director at Apple to work on company’s top secret project, according to the latest report.