Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said Tuesday the U.S.-led coalition's airstrikes in Syria are illegal because they were not approved or coordinated with Syria's government.
The Obama administration announced new rules Monday on so-called tax inversions, aiming to curb a spate of American companies shifting overseas in an attempt to dodge U.S. taxes.
While other Republicans considering the 2016 presidential race are openly laying the foundations of potential campaigns, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is tending a growing business empire.
The House and Senate overwhelmingly approved arming and training moderate Syrian rebels to fight Islamic State militants last week, but the go-ahead is good for less than three months.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is giving its biggest award yet, about $30 million, to a whistleblower who provided key information that led to an enforcement action in a fraud case.
Perry's defense team asked a judge to excuse the governor from a hearing scheduled for Oct. 13 due to "long-standing plans to be in Europe" for an Oct. 12-19 tour to encourage foreign investment in Texas.
The number of homeless school children in U.S. schools rose by 8 percent from the previous school year, the Education Department reported Monday.
Vance McAllister, the Louisiana congressman whose re-election is threatened by a cheating scandal, is putting his marriage front and center in the campaign.
he Outcome Document was endorsed by consensus at the start of the first World Conference on Indigenous Peoples.
Tehran is again rejecting U.S. demands it repurpose an underground uranium enrichment site after what it says are Israeli threats from the air to another enrichment plant, diplomats said Monday.
Federal prosecutors have found no evidence New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was directly involved in what became known as the "Bridgegate" scandal, a news report said.
The U.S. Secret Service is coming under intense scrutiny after a man who hopped the White House fence made it all the way through the front door before being apprehended.
The November elections will offer a clear choice for female voters on economic issues, Hillary Rodham Clinton said Friday, pointing to Democratic women as the key to the party's future.
In defending corporations that take advantage of tax breaks around the globe, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has found itself in the middle of another controversy.
Federal officials who oversee a program that guarantees jail time for immigrants caught crossing the border illegally have refused to provide information about the program's status in Yuma, Ariz.