Supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders worry that the media is writing off their candidate too soon.
Wal-Mart has said it will turn up the heat and turn down the Justin Bieber music at stores to appease employees. But it's not addressing the most glaring problems in its supply chain, activists say.
Azamat Tazhayakov was convicted conspiracy and obstruction after he and another friend got rid of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's backpack.
The agency ran into problems in its response to Superstorm Sandy. Then came the Haiti earthquake. The Red Cross spent nearly half a billion. Our reporter wanted to find out: What did it accomplish?
Snapchat and Facebook's early fundraising efforts have nothing on presidential campaigns, a new report finds.
During the first Gulf War until U.S. troops toppled the Iraqi strongman in 2003, Aziz was the public face and defender of an often brutal regime.
Under a new law being implemented in California, women will be able to walk into a pharmacy, get a prescription for contraceptive pills, the ring, or the patch, and get it filled — all in one visit.
Jolene Burdge told ABC News that former House Speaker Dennis Hastert sexually abused her brother, Steve Reinboldt, when Hastert was a high school wrestling coach.
Jolene Burdge told ABC News that former House Speaker Dennis Hastert sexually abused her brother, Steve Reinboldt, when Hastert was high school wrestling coach.
Worth a combined $630,000, they were found misfiled after an exhaustive, eight-week search of the stacks. But not before an FBI probe was launched and the library's president resigned.
Authorities announced in April that 10 men had been convicted in the attack on the youth activist. Now they say all but two were actually "secretly acquitted" and set free.
India's Food Safety and Standards Authority said that the soups were "unsafe and hazardous for human consumption." Nestlé said the products had not been tested properly.
The Labor Department says the jobless rate increased to 5.5 percent as more Americans who had been sitting on the sidelines begin looking for work.
No Republican has won the White House without winning Ohio. That's one reason Ohio Gov. John Kasich is the latest GOP candidate to give serious consideration to a White House bid.
On Thursday, the U.S. revealed that the records of 4 million federal employees may have been compromised. China says these attacks are hard to track, so the U.S. should not jump to conclusions.
With this many candidates running for the White House, gaffes are inevitable. This week, Republican presidential contenders Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee and Rand Paul have all fallen victim.
With Baltimore struggling with a surge in violence and the aftermath of Freddie Gray's death, former mayor Kurt Schmoke says that the roots of the city's problems run deep.
A competition in California is trying to ready robots for disaster response. But the bots have a ways to go.
In a fast-changing health crisis, South Korea's government is holding back key data amid calls for more openness. That's only adding to growing doubt that leaders can handle the situation.
It's been called the "Greece of the Caribbean." Puerto Rico is more than $72 billion in debt. But because it's not a state, it can't use bankruptcy protection to help it restructure its debt.