The Supreme Court will debate whether Jack Daniel's has to grin and bear it over dog-poop themed toys that bear a resemblance to its iconic whiskey bottles.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin set their sights on shaping a new world order as the Chinese leader left Moscow on Wednesday.
Is the Federal Reserve, charged with supervising the banks for which it is the primary regulator, too chummy or aligned with those banks to do its job?
Uganda’s parliament passed a law on Tuesday making it a crime to identify as LGBTQ, handing authorities broad powers to target gay Ugandans who already face legal discrimination and mob violence.
Children's medication, antibiotics and ADHD treatment are among a number of drugs facing shortages and the shortages are only rising, according to a new report.
A proposal in South Korea to increase the maximum workweek to 69 hours from 52 has drawn intense backlash from younger workers.
A magnitude 6.5 earthquake rattled much of Pakistan and Afghanistan on Tuesday, sending panicked residents fleeing from homes and offices and frightening people in remote villages.
The United Nations said that after last year’s devastating floods, 10 million people in Pakistan, including children, still lack access to safe drinking water.
Shohei Ohtani emerged from the bullpen and fanned Mike Trout for the final out, leading Japan 3-2 over the U.S on Tuesday for its first World Baseball Classic title since 2009.
The death of a South Carolina found on a rural road around 15 miles from the home of now-convicted killer Alex Murdaugh has been investigated as a homicide.
Secret Service agents have not yet done a security review of the 100 Centre Street Courthouse, where Trump could face a judge if he's indicted.
LOS ANGELES — Nick Lachey will avoid misdemeanor assault and battery charges stemming from an incident last year in which he tried to take a phone from a photographer.
A former Florida state representative pleaded guilty Tuesday to fraudulently obtaining tens of thousands of dollars from a federal Covid-relief program.
An Idaho woman will not face the death penalty if she is convicted in a case involving the killings of her two youngest children, a judge ruled Tuesday.
Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen says he is recovering from an attack earlier this month outside a Florida hotel.