The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) strongly criticized Washington for funding Afghanistan billions of dollars and fueling corruption.
After almost a decade of declining illicit drug use, a new study suggests that four percent more tests are coming up positive for drug use in American workers.
While the Senators believe the issue is systemic in Wells Fargo's business model, Wells Fargo has fired and blamed the lower branch workers and has yet to respond to the Senator's letter.
Louisiana's Road Home rebuilding program was supposed to help those who lost their houses to Hurricane Katrina. Ten years later, the journey home is far from over.
State Department cables show that Clinton's agency—including her top aides—were in fact deeply involved in TPP.
Police had come in for criticism for deploying a large number of militarized SWAT officers to contain protests that were sparked by Brown's death
Israel eavesdropped on US Foreign Secretary John Kerry's phone while he was brokering peace talks between the Palestinian Authority and the Jewish state, intelligence sources have claimed.
The news has led to fears of financial and identify fraud for victims' relatives.
With a 4-0 victory over Cameroon, Croatia has set up a do or die matchup with Mexico in Group A of the 2014 World Cup
ESPN says the game was the most-watched World Cup broadcast in its history
If Brazil loses on the pitch, increasingly unpopular President Dilma Rousseff might lose at the polls in October
Shareholders are poised to benefit, but some analysts aren’t sure it is as good idea for consumers
Spectators at the 146th running of the Belmont Stakes will have a wide, economically diverse choice to make
Carney was the 29th White House Press Secretary and was second under President Obama, having replaced Robert Gibbs in Feb. 2011.
“Whatever he had access to in his former days at NSA, I believe he shared all of it with the Russians, and they are very grateful,” he said.
Private text messages show that NBA Commissioner Adam Silver initially planned to suspend Donald Sterling for one year and fine him $1 million.
John Kerry made the statements in speech to the Trilateral Commission while pushing for a two-state solution
Gabriel García Márquez is considered one of the most significant authors of the 20th century
"I was absolutely shocked by what I read," Rep. Walter B. Jones, R-N.C. told International Business Times.
CIA Misled U.S. Justice Department and Congress About Interrogation of Its Detainees and Quality of the Intelligence Gleaned: Senate Report
The classified report found that the agency’s “enhanced interrogation” program did not reveal the exact severity that was being applied by the agency
Richardson had in the year prior worked on a report that probed ties between top Chinese leaders and China’s wealthiest man, Wang Jianlin
The Fed did not allow Citigroup to reward its investors with higher dividends and stock buybacks worth $6.4 billion
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is forcing every man in his totalitarian state to adopt the same hairstyle as him, citizens say.