CNN's Anderson Cooper slammed Arizona state Sen. Al Melvin over a bill he supports that would allow businesses to refuse service to the LGBT community based on religious belief.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that R. Allen Stanford's Ponzi scheme victims can go ahead with class-action lawsuits against the law firms and investment companies that allegedly aided the fraud.
A California couple found 1,427 mint-condition gold coins that could be worth as much as $10 million while walking their dog.
Behaviorists say dogs lack shame and the guilty look — head cowered, ears back, eyes droopy — is a reaction to the tantrum you are throwing.
Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee said his state should look at the effects of legalizing marijuana.
Former NFL star Aaron Hernandez, who is awaiting a trial on a murder charge, has been involved in a jail altercation with another inmate, authorities said.
Police officers in King City, Calif., impounded cars belonging to poor Hispanics, then allegedly sold or gave the cars away.
A study by the International Monetary Fund bolsters economists who argue that income inequality is a drag on growth, and also dismisses theories that efforts to redistribute incomes are self-defeating.
The Super Bowl XLIX committee condemned Arizona's law that gives business the right to refuse service to the LGBT community on the basis of religious freedom.
Pope Francis has set up a new 'Secretariat for the Economy' that will have authority over all economic and administrative activities within the Holy See and the Vatican City State, whose finances had been beset by scandals.
After a protracted legal battle, Florida's education department released data showing how well most teachers scored on the value-added model, which state officials say can quantify how teachers affect their students' academic growth.
Spanish telecom giant Telefonica is negotiating with an important maker of international fashion wear to integrate new devices, known as "smartwearables," into designer clothing, a high-level executive said Tuesday.
The transcripts of the Federal Reserve meetings held in 2008 show the decisions adopted to prevent the world from plunging into another Great Depression.
The U.S. Coast Guard reopened the Mississippi River between Baton Rouge and New Orleans after a weekend oil spill.
Some 1,500 tobacco specialists and cigar lovers from five continents have flocked to Cuba's capital for the 16th Havana Cigar Festival, an annual occasion for savoring what's new in cigars and disovering how they combine with drinks, chocolates and haute cuisine.