The businessman who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple is now suing Colorado because it opposed his refusal to bake a cake celebrating a gender transition.
The president abruptly revokes the security clearance of ex-CIA Director John Brennan, an unprecedented act of retribution against a critical former top U.S. official.
Paul Manafort lied to keep himself flush with cash and later to maintain his luxurious lifestyle, prosecutors tell jurors in closing arguments at the former Trump campaign chairman's financial fraud trial.
One of her African-American critics, author Earl Ofari Hutchinson, argues the community will forever view her as a "racial sellout and an ego-driven hustler."
The Accountable Capitalism Act aims to give workers a "stronger voice" in the decision-making of major businesses.
A Pennsylvania grand jury report on child sexual abuse in Roman Catholic dioceses reveals that Edward Ganster, who left the priesthood in 1990, went on to work at Disney World before his death in 2014.
The tariffs on cars, alcohol and coal are unlikely to have much economic impact, but they highlight deteriorating relations with the U.S. and a feud that has helped trigger a currency crisis.
The attack, blamed on Islamic State, targeted students preparing for university exams in a Shiite neighborhood of Kabul.
Roughly 300 Roman Catholic priests in Pennsylvania molested more than 1,000 children—and possibly many more—since the 1940s, according to a sweeping state grand jury report.
Most of the foreign money funding ocean plunder and the felling of the Amazon forest comes from havens designed to conceal wealth and money flows of multinationals, politicians and the rich, researchers say.