Eight former employees at the Saks Fifth Avenue flagship store have filed a race and age discrimination lawsuit against the high-end store and its corporate parent
Stocks are closing sharply lower, erasing the market's gains for the year, as losses for big technology companies like Apple mount and as retailers plunge after issuing weak results.
The Florida sheriff's captain who oversaw the initial response to February's high school massacre is quitting and the first sergeant to arrive at the scene has been suspended
President Donald Trump rejected the idea of imposing additional penalties on Saudi Arabia for its role in the killing of U.S.-based columnist Jamal Khashoggi
Disney recently posted on their blog on the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy Roller Coaster will be 'one-of-a-kind'. Buzz60's Mercer Morrison has the story.
Renault's board of directors says that Carlos Ghosn will remain as chairman and CEO of the carmaker even though he is detained in Japan for alleged misuse of Nissan assets
Authorities say they have identified the killer of a 23-year-old Harvard graduate student who was sexually assaulted and bludgeoned to death in her apartment nearly 50 years ago
Authorities are using a rapid DNA test that produces results in just two hours to help identify the scores of people killed in the Northern California wildfire
A government witness at the U.S. trial of the Mexican drug lord known as El Chapo says his cartel bribed the country's former top security chief and another person who once worked under the current president-elect
The sheriff of a rural southeast Missouri county has pleaded guilty to federal charges for using the cellphones of a judge, other law officers and others to track their whereabouts
A new study reveals that strength training is better than running for losing weight and reducing the chances of other health issues. Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.
The special agent in charge of the FBI's Richmond division is retiring from the bureau and going to work for Virginia's largest electric utility
Companies have begun triggering plans to keep operating if Britain leaves the European Union without an agreement, a "no deal" scenario the Bank of England said could plunge the economy into a crisis not seen since the 1970s. As David Pollard reports, BOE governor Mark Carney backed UK prime minister Theresa May's Brexit deal when appeared before lawmakers on Tuesday.