The Oscar-winning actress will join the Centre for Women, Peace and Security at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
A federal appeals court in New York City has reversed a jury's finding that Bank of America Corp. was found liable for fraud for its actions before the economy collapsed in 2008
After starting an expedition in April, two active duty U.S. soldiers and a single-leg amputee veteran made it to the top of Mount Everest.
A federal judge is set to get an update on ongoing settlement talks in the Volkswagen emissions cheating scandal after announcing a tentative deal last month for nearly half a million polluting Volkswagens in the U.S.
A federal judge overseeing lawsuits in Volkswagen's emissions scandal says the automaker and attorneys for vehicle owners are on target to meet a June deadline for a final settlement
Numerous engineering and physics professors have weighed in with a federal appeals court being asked to review New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension for "Deflategate."
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson says a proposal to let professional fighters take part in the Rio Olympic boxing competition is "ridiculous" and "foolish."
Washington state and California are suing Johnson & Johnson, saying that for years the company misrepresented the risks of vaginal mesh implants it sold
A planetary science field researcher from Arizona is seeking help finding a fireball recorded last week streaking across the sky by police in Maine
Microsoft is cutting 1,850 jobs and will book a $950 million writedown as the company continues its attempts to salvage a rocky entrance into the smartphone market