Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush released records dating back to 1981 which showed he paid more than one of every three dollars he earned in taxes, far above the average taxpayer.
In the wake of a national default, many Greeks fear a "haircut" or deposit tax that would reduce their savings, causing phones to ring off the hook at accounting firms across the country.
President Obama will announce Wednesday that the U.S. and Cuba have finalized an agreement to reopen embassies in each other's capitals, another major milestone in the thaw between the two countries.
More than 35 million people participated in the Pride weekend celebrations on Instagram, beating the record for a single event set by the 2014 FIFA World Cup, which lasted over a month.
Astronauts and scientists kicked off the inaugural celebration of Asteroid Day with a talk on asteroid hunting and a live telescope view of the asteroid that passed within 5 million miles of Earth two weeks ago.
The Hollywood power couple, who met on the set of Daredevil in 2003, announced their divorce Tuesday, just one day after their 10-year anniversary. "After much thought and careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to divorce," they said
Unlike previous presidential elections, outside spending in the 2016 race is already heating up as super PACs try to boost name recognition so their candidates can make the cut at the all-important first debate.
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a mandatory school vaccination bill into law Tuesday, abolishing the "personal belief" exemption that many parents use as a loophole to avoid vaccinating their children
Mastercard has agreed to withdraw as an ad payment option on the adult section of Backpage.com after pressure from a Chicago sheriff during an anti-sex trafficking initiative.
An appeals court in New York on Tuesday upheld a 2013 verdict that Apple organized an illegal conspiracy with five book publishers to raise the price of ebooks, noting that so-called horizontal price-fixing is “the supreme evil of antitrust"
The American Ballet Theater has promoted Misty Copeland to principal ballerina, making her the first black female principal ballerina in the company's 75-year history. She has been with the company for 14 years and danced as a soloist for 8
On Tuesday morning, the Vatican and the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops released the official schedule for the trip. Predictably, it is packed. Pope Francis will visit Cuba and the U.S. from Sept. 19-28, four days in Cuba, five in the U.S.