A report by the Department of Defense's inspector general published Tuesday concluded that Pentagon officials largely failed to discipline department employees for the inappropriate use of government credit cards at strip clubs and casinos.
The Islamic State's Amaq news outlet reported Tuesday that ISIS spokesman Abu Muhammad al-Adnani had been killed in the Syrian city of Aleppo, where he was inspecting military operations.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's latest report on Zika out Tuesday revealed the virus may also cause hearing loss in infants born to infected mothers.
Trump Model Management has allegedly profited from illegally using foreigners as models before they were able to secure U.S.
The Germanwings co-pilot who locked the captain out of the cockpit in order to intentionally fly the aircraft into the side of a mountain last year had experienced notable difficulties during training, but was promoted anyway, The Associated Press reports.
Apparently it wasn't too late for Justin Bieber to say sorry. Guinness World Records announced Monday night that the pop star's latest album, Purpose, landed him in its 2017 edition not once, twice, but a whopping eight times.
On Tuesday, Hewlett Packard CEO Meg Whitman will become the first Republican to publicly campaign for Hillary Clinton.
Man's best friend actually knows what man is saying, according to a new study out of Hungry on how dogs react to language.
Constant fundraising requests combined with enthusiastic supporters led to more than 1,500 donors contributing more than was legally allowed to the Bernie Sanders campaign, The Atlantic reports.
The New York Times editorial board dished up some advice for the Clinton family Tuesday: Step away from the Clinton Foundation now.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Donald Trump does not need to do anything to help Camden, New Jersey, despite the fact that the city has over twice as many homicides as Chicago, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Hillary Clinton's big lead over Donald Trump took a tumble in this week's NBC News/SurveyMonkey poll.
Over the last century, temperatures have risen at a rate 10 times faster than the historical average, NASA scientists have found.
1. The European Commission ordered Apple to pay Ireland $14.5 billion in back taxes on Tuesday. E.U. antitrust regulators believe that Ireland gave the iPhone maker a deal allowing it to route profits through Ireland and skirt E.U.
Taking care of simulator baby dolls has long been thought to dissuade young women from pregnancy, but according to a new study, caring for the dolls actually results in more teenage girls getting pregnant, CNN reports.
Voters go to the polls Tuesday in Florida and Arizona, and two powerful incumbents — Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Rep.
Forty Republican insiders have been invited to a "look inside" the Donald Trump presidential transition effort, but exclusive access to the information will cost them a $5,000 donation, Politico has learned.
1. Comic actor Gene Wilder, a film icon known for starring roles in modern classics such as Young Frankenstein and Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, has died.
On Tuesday, the European Union's antitrust agency ruled that Ireland had given Apple an enormous illegal tax break and ordered the country to recoup up to 13 billion euros, or $14.5 billion, from the tech giant.
Anthony Weiner screwed up again. The man who resigned in disgrace from Congress over his illicit sexting scandal, then self-sabotaged his comeback bid in the New York mayoral race with similarly bad behavior, was just caught sexting yet again — this time with a supposed Donald Trump supporter.