Philadelphia's City Council voted to remove bulletproof glass windows from certain local businesses Thursday, upsetting shop owners who fear for their safety.
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The Boston Globe published a scathing piece about the "locker room culture" at ESPN, and claims there have been numerous cases of sexism and sexual misconduct throughout the company.
After Walt Disney Co. purchased Twenty-First Century Fox's film, television, and international businesses for $52.4 billion Thursday, NewsCorp chairman Rupert Murdoch said the media empire will be reduced to about one-third of its current size.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) reversed a former President Barack Obama-era policy Thursday, that held employers responsible for violations committed by their subcontractors.
New York Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo side-stepped a female reporter's question about sexual harassment within his administration Wednesday, and said she was doing a "disservice to women" by bringing it up.
The Chicago City Council awarded $31 million to four men previously convicted of rape as teenagers after it was discovered they were wrongfully accused.
PBS suspended late night talk show host Tavis Smiley on Wednesday, after an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct.
A D.C. Superior Court judge dismissed charges of inciting a riot against Inauguration Day protesters Wednesday, and said there was insufficient evidence against the six suspects to sustain the allegation.
A man suddenly began biting his fellow passengers on a JetBlue flight from Los Angeles to New York Sunday, forcing the plane to divert and land in Las Vegas.
Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore's campaign barred Washington Post reporters from an election night event Tuesday, according to CNN host Brian Stelter.
The Daily Caller News Foundation’s "Nick At Night" revisited the drama of the Kevin Spacey saga Tuesday, and discussed Hollywood's attempt to repackage one of his recent movies with a different actor.
The U.S. Treasury Department released an analysis of the GOP's tax reform plan Monday, prompting Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer to denounce the measure as "fake math."
The Obamacare enrollment website HealthCare.gov is still having technical problems, as consumer advocates report continued glitches and misinformation as the deadline to enroll approaches.
Former Massachusetts state Sen. Brian Joyce was arrested and charged with running his office as a "criminal enterprise" Friday, and is now facing a 113 count indictment from the federal government.
Editor-in-Chief of the polling website FiveThirtyEight Nate Silver, is giving Alabama Democratic candidate Doug Jones a 30 percent chance of upsetting Republican candidate Roy Moore in Tuesday's U.S. Senate race.
New York City terror suspect Akayed Ullah told investigators he chose his target based on Christmas-themed posters hanging on the walls near the Times Square subway station.
The raging California wildfires were started by humans, Robert Baird, the Director of Fire and Aviation Management for the U.S. Forrest Service, said on Fox News Friday.
Honolulu is no longer requiring medical marijuana card holders to surrender their firearms because of their medicinal status.