BRUSSELS -- European leaders rebuffed Theresa May's pleas to help her sell the Brexit agreement to a skeptical U.K. Parliament, toughening their stance as they stepped up planning for a chaotic no-deal divorce.
May had ...Read more
Despite closing dozens of stores and laying off 200 corporate employees as it tried to stave off a bankruptcy filing, Sears racked up nearly $1.9 billion in losses in the nine months ending Nov. 3.
That's more than triple...Read more
A new plant in Gary, Ind., plans to turn hundreds of thousands of tons of trash into fuel, some of which could end up powering United Airlines' planes.
California-based Fulcrum BioEnergy on Thursday announced plans for ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- In her final floor speech, Sen. Claire McCaskill said Thursday that her surviving colleagues should stop calling the Senate "the world's greatest deliberative body" because so much power has been concentrated...Read more
SAN FRANCISCO -- A federal appeals court in a 2-1 decision Thursday upheld an injunction preventing the Trump administration from broadly excusing nonprofits and others from having to provide contraceptive coverage to ...Read more
MEXICO CITY -- Even though President Donald Trump continues to insist Mexico will pay, or is paying, for a border wall, he apparently hasn't discussed it with the nation's new leadership.
"We haven't touched on the matter...Read more
RALEIGH, N.C. -- A federal judge on Thursday brought the fourth hog farm nuisance trial to an abrupt halt by ruling that the plaintiffs presented insufficient evidence to impose punitive damages.
The end to the month-long...Read more
To voice their frustration over proposed staffing changes, United Airlines flight attendants launched noisy protests Thursday at airports around the world, including Los Angeles International Airport.
The Association of ...Read more
Tribune Publishing has terminated negotiations to sell the Chicago-based newspaper company to McClatchy, a source familiar with the matter said Thursday.
The decision, reached by the Tribune Publishing board Thursday, ...Read more
Five men accused of operating an international movie piracy ring were indicted Wednesday on federal charges after authorities say they hacked into Hollywood film company computer systems to steal unreleased movies and TV ...Read more
FORT WORTH, Texas -- Thousands have signed a petition calling for the judge in an ex-Baylor frat president's rape case to resign or be removed from office after he accepted a plea deal that involved no jail time.
On ...Read more
Netflix all but ensured Taylor Swift fans will Netflix-and-chill this New Year's Eve because the streaming giant will debut her massive Reputation Stadium Tour on its service on Dec. 31.
The full-length concert film will ...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- Alfonso Guerrero Ulloa, the unofficial spokesperson of a group of Honduran migrants who caused an uproar by suggesting the U.S. pay $50,000 to each person who returns home, hasn't set foot in Honduras in more ...Read more
MOJAVE, Calif. -- Virgin Galactic reached suborbital space for the first time in a test flight Thursday, bringing Richard Branson's company closer to flying its customers beyond Earth's atmosphere.
Thursday was the fourth...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump is trying to recruit international lenders to his pro-coal crusade.
They aren't enlisting.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, established to help foster democracy-...Read more
Jeffrey Cutler is living proof that a single vote in an election can make a huge difference.
Cutler was elected tax collector in 2013 in East Lampeter Township in Lancaster County, Pa., by one vote -- his own write-in ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Eric Garcetti doesn't carry the star power of political celebrities like Sens. Kamala Harris and Cory Booker when he heads out of state to test the waters of a presidential run, but he does have something ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Parents whose children attended St. James Catholic School in Torrance, Calif., long believed that the campus was financially strapped.
Textbooks were two decades old. There wasn't enough money for new ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Times' former publisher and editor, Davan Maharaj, reportedly received a $2.5 million settlement following his exit from Tribune Publishing Co. after revealing to a mediator that he had ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- University of Southern California's trustees on Wednesday upheld the ouster of the business school dean over his handling of harassment and discrimination complaints, countering major donors and others who ...Read more
- A killing at a gas station, a videotape and an extraordinary prosecution against a deputy
- Ex-frat president at Baylor gets no jail time in rape case as judge accepts plea deal
- Virgin Galactic reaches suborbital space for the first time
- Thousands demand judge's removal for granting Baylor student no jail time in rape case
- Michael Cohen, Trump's longtime lawyer, sentenced to 3 years in prison