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A new report by a U.S. government panel has called for staff members of Chinese state-run media groups in the U.S. to be made to register as foreign agents.
U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore published an open letter to Sean Hannity on Wednesday night pushing back against allegations of sexual abuse.
NFL owners are accusing Jerry Jones of "damaging the league" with his continued threats to sue over Commissioner Roger Goodell's contract extension, according to a letter.
AllVoices helps employees anonymously report harassment, bias, and discrimination directly to their CEO or company board.
Russia agreed to restructure $3.15 billion of debt that Venezuela owes it. It's the latest sign that President Vladimir Putin is Venezuela's last resort for a bailout as the South American nation dives deep into crisis.
At a court hearing Wednesday, a lawyer for Donald Trump praised Judge Gonzalo Curiel's handling of a settlement stemming from class-action lawsuits against the now-defunct Trump University.
Conservative news heavyweight Matt Drudge took a brutal swipe at former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon over Bannon's support for far-right Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, who is now embroiled in a sexual misconduct scandal.
AT&T is bracing for an antitrust lawsuit from the Justice Department that would at the very least delay its pending acquisition of Time Warner. But the DOJ is having trouble finding allies.
President Trump and his top economic advisers are betting the corporate tax cuts proposed by the GOP will drive chief executives to boost investments in the United States. But CEOs aren't so sure that's what they'll want to do with the extra cash.
Under changes to the Senate Finance tax bill, the vast majority of individual tax cuts would expire after 2025, while business tax breaks would still be made permanent.
Tesla released the email in response to a lawsuit that alleges racial discrimination and harassment at the company.
With deep cuts to their ad budgets, once iconic Sears and Kmart brands are in danger of becoming invisible.
Obamacare remains popular with Americans, despite efforts by Republican senators to repeal a central provision of the health reform law that requires everyone to maintain coverage or pay a penalty.
Richard Cordray, long loathed by Republicans, is believed to be preparing a run for governor of Ohio next year.
Zimbabwe has been slammed by industrial mismanagement, food shortages, a collapsed currency and rampant corruption.
The iconic firearms maker, which has been owned by state holding company Rostec, will soon be in the hands of private investors.