A Colorado baker's insistence that his religious beliefs justified his refusal to make a wedding cake for a gay couple created trouble for the state's civil rights commission long before the U.S. Supreme Court ruled it had made a mistake.
For the first time on record, the number of job openings in the United States exceeds the number of unemployed Americans — a trend that may soon give workers more leverage for pay raises.
Fashion designer Kate Spade was found dead in an apparent suicide her Manhattan apartment, law enforcement officials told Fox News. She was 55.
The University of Tennessee has finalized a $1.33 million settlement with ousted chancellor Beverly Davenport, formally ending her employment after a tumultuous tenure lasting less than a year and a half.
An Oregon man on drugs stole a car in front of deputies and thought he was in a real-life version of the video game “Grand Theft Auto” when he left authorities on a 40-mile chase, police say.
Authorities say a 9-year-old student brought a loaded gun to a New Jersey elementary school.
One of two people charged with misdemeanors for unfurling a banner protesting the Dakota Access pipeline from the rafters of U.S. Bank Stadium during a Minnesota Vikings game has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.
A truck driver from Wisconsin who admitted to using a slingshot and ball bearings to damage vehicles on an Illinois interstate may be involved in similar incidents across four states, officials said.
Authorities are investigating a collision involving an Amtrak passenger train and a farm tractor in Pennsylvania.
The family of three from England is chastising the iconic Florida theme park.
America's Dairyland is hurting and a new task force plans to spend the next year figuring out how to save the industry that's integral to Wisconsin's economy and identity.
China apparently removed surface-to-air missile systems from the contested islands in the South China Sea, new satellite images show.
A man has been sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty in the shooting death of a 15-year-old boy whose body was found on fire in northeastern Oklahoma.
Police in New Jersey are searching for a suspected car burglar who left something behind.
A Texas prison supervisor has resigned and four guards have been fired amid allegations they orchestrated the planting of two screwdrivers in an inmate's cell to meet a disciplinary quota.
A family-owned Pennsylvania energy company has abruptly shut down as it faces a potential fraud involving tens of millions of dollars after the brief disappearance of its CEO.
A coroner says the parents of 3-year-old girl who died in a hot car in central Indiana thought she was asleep inside their home.
Who is Joseph Mifsud? And who was he working for when he helped ignite the Russia probe? The story of the Maltese professor is an important – yet undercovered – part of the Russia investigation.
Famed fitness guru, Richard Simmons along with his live-in caretaker and driver Theresa Reveles have filed a lawsuit against Los Angeles private detective, Scott Brian Mathews placed a tracking device on the vehicle Reveles owns and uses to transport Simmons.
Lord & Taylor is abandoning plans to keep a store in the Fifth Avenue flagship it is selling, as the chain's owner closes more stores and focuses on online sales.