Rep. Scott DesJarlais, a licensed physician, was reprimanded and fined by the Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners for having sex with patients before he was elected to Congress, according to documents released Thursday.
Pew Research Center learned from a recent poll that less than half of Americans are paying close attention to ongoing investigations into an incident in the Benghazi region of Libya that has resulted in a great deal of criticism for the administration of President Barack Obama.
Syracuse has been under investigation for possible NCAA violations, mostly in its basketball program, for at least a year, according to two reports.
A former top executive for JPMorgan Chase is blaming last year’s $6.2 billion trading loss on other executives at the firm, saying they failed to control risk out of the London office and hampered her abilities to prevent the losses.
The digital pursuit of hackers who stole and published credit reports on U.S. politicians and celebrities is crisscrossing at least two continents and includes a San Francisco-based Internet company, Cloudflare, The Associated Press has learned.
Washington Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez says tests for performance-enhancing drugs he was given by Major League Baseball have come back negative.
Hoping to fight sexual assault in its own ranks, the Air Force said Friday a sweep of air base offices worldwide found thousands of suspect materials ranging from pornographic films to a beer bong.
U.S. military officials are investigating the apparent suicide of a Navy SEAL commander in Afghanistan.
One of three suspects charged with murdering a Marine’s wife said she strangled the victim, fearing she would upend a kinky sex ring by seducing her “Master,” according to search warrants unsealed Wednesday.
Metallica has made a public service video as part of a law enforcement publicity blitz to try to catch a man wanted in the death of a Virginia Tech student who disappeared after one of the heavy metal band’s concerts.