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General Motors announced yet another vehicle recall today, marking its 29th in the United States this year.
The United Nations Security Council is planning to vote on Thursday about whether to ask the International Criminal Court to investigate claims of war crimes in Syria.
Both the New York Daily News and the New York Post reported on Wednesday about a brief cocktail reception held Tuesday evening at the 9/11 Museum, which opened the following day.
The planned headquarters for the Department of Homeland Security is 11 years behind schedule and $1.5 billion over budget, and officials are increasingly considering just calling the whole project a mulligan.
The Justice Department plans on making public a 2011 memo detailing the legal justification for killing suspected terrorists overseas, even if they are American citizens.
A series of back-and-forth 11th-hour reversals has come to a temporary lull as, almost an hour before Russell Bucklew was scheduled to be executed in Missouri, Justice Samuel Alito has halted the execution.
Three years after the Central Intelligence Agency used vaccination programs as part of a campaign to track down Osama Bin Laden, the White House has promised that that particular tactic is no longer part of the agency’s playbook.
Officials at federal health agencies, including the Department of Health and Human Services and National Institute of Health, have been accused of ethical misconduct.
The Justice Department unsealed an indictment on Monday charging five members of China’s People’s Liberations Army with committing cyberattacks.
Following a catastrophe that left 301 coal miners dead, Turkish officials arrested four people, including three company executives, on Friday and detained 25 others.
Reports broke on Sunday evening that YouTube, the uncontested leader in online video, was in talks to buy Twitch, a relatively niche streaming service, in a deal totaling more than $1 billion.
Secretary of State John Kerry said on Thursday that evidence suggests that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has been using chlorine in attacks on rebel forces and civilians in recent months.
A after a long day of tallying following a full month of voting, India's general results are in, and the opposition led by Narendra Modi has won a commanding majority.
As the search for more than 260 kidnapped schoolgirls continued on Wednesday, the government has announced that it refuses to negotiate with the group after a proposal earlier this week for the girls’ return in exchange for a prisoner release.
The full crew of the South Korean ferry that sunk last month has been indicted on charges of varying severity.
The employee at the Standard Hotel who leaked video of Solange getting into a fight with Jay Z is now a former employee.
Student lender Sallie Mae and Navient, a former unit and now-separate corporation, have agreed to pay $97 million in fines in order to settle allegations that they overcharged military members on student loans.
Angry rioters set fire to about 10 factories in Vietnam in protest of recent actions by the Chinese military to deploy an oil rig in the South China Sea.
In a speech set for Tuesday, Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman will advocate for a reassessment of the government’s current “war on drugs” policy.