St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard, one of the most hawkish members of the central bank, is stepping down.
Justice Brett Kavanaugh pointed to the mixed U.S. Supreme Court decisions this term as he sought to dispel notions that it is partisan.
The IRS is showcasing its new capability to aggressively audit high-income tax dodgers as it makes the case for sustained funding.
No fingerprints or DNA turned up on the baggie of cocaine found in a lobby at the White House last week, a Secret Service investigation found.
A former California police chief was convicted of joining the riot at the U.S. Capitol with a hatchet in his backpack.
A former Donald Trump supporter who became the center of a conspiracy theory about Jan. 6, 2021, filed a defamation lawsuit against Fox News.
ChatGPT maker OpenAI and The Associated Press said they've made a deal for the artificial intelligence company to license AP's archive of news stories.
The long, expensive court fight over the will of Aretha Franklin provides a cautionary tale for people who want to make sure their wishes are carried out after their death.
U.S. officials have approved the first over-the-counter birth control pill.
The Justice Department is appealing sentences for far-right extremists that were shorter than what prosecutors had sought, according to court papers.
Leaders of a Hollywood actors union voted to join screenwriters in the first joint strike in more than six decades.
Sarah Silverman sued ChatGPT-maker OpenAI for copyright infringement, joining a growing number of writers who say they unwittingly built the foundation for the AI boom.