A man accused of stealing an arsenal of firearms from a southern Wisconsin gun shop and sending an anti-government manifesto to President Donald Trump says he wishes he had died in a gun battle with police
High valuations are normal at the front of a recovery but negative earnings revisions should concern investors, Gina Sanchez, CEO of Chantico Global, said.
The Pittsburgh Steelers player who was the only member of the team to stand publicly during the national anthem on Sunday said he didn't intend to break from his teammates and now feels "embarrassed."
The Washington Post's Robert Costa joins a conversation about the president's tweets from the weekend, Trump's speech in Alabama and why the feuds have less to do with ideology and more about winning.
China has postponed enforcement of sweeping new import controls on food following complaints by the United States, Europe and other trading partners that they would disrupt trade
Officials say the sister of a murder victim was hit by a car on a sidewalk outside the Las Vegas courthouse where the man charged in the killing is standing trial and she is on a list of potential witnesses
The encrypted messaging service WhatsApp is suffering intermittent disruptions in China as communist authorities tighten censorship controls ahead of a major ruling party meeting
North Korean foreign minister invokes right of self-defense, threatens to shoot down U.S. bombers in international airspace; chief Washington correspondent James Rosen reports
A Utah police union says two officers under investigation in the rough arrest of a nurse have been unfairly made into pariahs after body-camera footage got widespread attention online
Myanmar's U.N. ambassador insists there is no "ethnic cleansing" or genocide taking place against Muslims and he objects "in the strongest terms" to countries that used these words to describe the situation in Rakhine State