A Puerto Rico judge has issued search warrants for the cellphones of government officials tied to a crude and offensive online chat whose leak has set off a political crisis that could bring down the governor
A jury has convicted a one-time business partner of former national security adviser Michael Flynn on charges he illegally acted as a Turkish agent when he and Flynn undertook a project to discredit an exiled cleric wanted by Turkey's government
Senators are hearing testimony behind closed doors as they weigh the nomination of Air Force Gen. John Hyten as the next vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff amid allegations of sexual misconduct
An affiliate of the National Rifle Association in California is asking a federal judge to block a new law requiring background checks for people buying ammunition
The Justice Department says its new review of Big Tech's market power will delve into competition in the online marketplace "in an objective and fair-minded manner."
Venezuela's opposition seeks to harness anger over a massive blackout that deepened hardship nationwide, but turnout at opposition rally is relatively modest
A former New Jersey prosecutor portrayed by actor Russell Crowe in the film "American Gangster" has pleaded guilty to stealing from his law clients
Angry Orchard has issued an apology and fired a manager at its Hudson Valley cidery following allegations of racial bias against black patrons who were celebrating a marriage proposal