Former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane was sentenced with 10 to 23 months in jail on Monday, after she was convicted of perjury and obstruction of justice after leaking grand jury information and then lying about it under oath.
'Gay cake' ruling: A Belfast bakery has lost an appeal of a 2015 court ruling that it discriminated against a gay man by refusing to bake a cake with a message promoting marriage equality.
When voters vote for president but not for other races on the ballot, that's roll-off, and experts are wondering if it will be an issue with Trump voters.
At the inaugural Passcode Cup capture the flag challenge, competitors raced through hacking challenges that ranged from password-cracking to compromising a mock water treatment facility.
The UN's refugee agency says it will soon have enough shelters for 150,000 people fleeing Mosul, as Iraqi and Kurdish forces battle to retake the city from the Islamic State.
Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine says he's not worried that he will be embarrassed by stolen emails released by WikiLeaks, which US officials say is part of a Russian propaganda campaign.
In a rowdy session of Venezuela's legislature, lawmakers declared Sunday that, by blocking a recall effort, President Nicolas Maduro had staged a coup.
Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire owner of The Las Vegas Review-Journal, has not been shy with his political involvement during this and previous election cycles.
Tom Hayden, one of the members of the Chicago Seven convicted of inciting violent protests in 1968, turned his firebrand fame into a successful political career. The 18-year state politician died Sunday.
In what French officials are characterizing as a humanitarian operation, authorities are closing down the slum-like camp in Calais, beginning Monday.
In an unusual legal request, attorneys for Donald Trump have asked a federal judge presiding over the Trump University civil trial to exclude any statements made by or about Trump during his presidential campaign.