Three individuals with family connections to Syed Rizwan Farook, one of the terrorists who opened fire on a San Bernardino, California, holiday party last December, have been arrested on multiple charges.
U.S. Steel Corp accused the Chinese government of hacking into a company computer to steal the blueprints for new lightweight steel technology so that Beijing-based auto producers could expand their reach into America.
Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.) has introduced legislation that would expand a program allowing veterans to seek care outside of the Department of Veterans’ Affairs network of medical facilities.
A Georgia woman and her family are safe thanks to her quick thinking and her 12 gauge shotgun during an attack on her home on Monday.
Three individuals were charged in the United Kingdom Thursday on terrorism crimes during a joint investigation following the Paris and Brussels attacks.
The former point man for the Obama administration’s auto industry bailout told regulators this week that he will not return to investment banking after serving a five-year ban over pay-for-play allegations involving a New York State pension fund.
Vice President Joe Biden arrived in Iraq Thursday during an unannounced visit to meet with government officials amid a political crisis that threatens to cripple Baghdad’s crusade against the Islamic State terrorist group.
A city council in Michigan voted this week to place a yardarm on a flagpole—which resembles a cross—on a city-owned hill after a larger cross was removed last year after the threat of a lawsuit by an outside activist.
The Obama administration released nearly 20,000 illegal aliens convicted of crimes from custody in 2015, according to new figures published by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau.
The cost of healthcare is the greatest financial concern among American families with 15 percent of U.S. adults citing the issue as their top economic worry, according to a new Gallup poll.