Volkswagen's top U.S. executive apologized as the emissions-rigging scandal engulfing the world's largest automaker deepened and members of Congress said the company violated the public's trust, and said he felt personally deceived
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy appealed to sharply divided fellow Republicans to back him for speaker at a time of turmoil and change. But the day's secret-ballot elections were shaping up as merely an early skirmish in the chaotic battle to lead the House
The ethics committee of the soccer organization banned Blatter, FIFA vice president and UEFA president Michel Platini, and secretary general Jerome Valcke for 90 days. It also banned former vice president Chung Mong-joon for six years
The bill package to be introduced in the wake of last week's deadly Oregon shooting includes a version of an earlier proposal to expand background checks, but now also includes online gun purchases and firearms bought from unlicensed dealers at gun shows
One of the world's largest office buildings is reducing light levels until Oct. 31 in honor of October's Energy Action Month — but a memo obtained by TIME reveals that the top military chiefs get to keep their lights shining
A new study explores a possible reason why elephants appear to be resistant to cancer, how that could be replicated, and how that might inform cancer treatment in humans one day
French train attack hero Spencer Stone was in a stable condition after being stabbed in Sacramento. Airman First Class Stone, one of three Americans who helped thwart a terror attack on a French train in August, had been "repeatedly stabbed," officials said
The Saturday Night Live cast member tells TIME she knew she had to find a way to capture Hillary Clinton’s laugh. After all, it is almost as iconic—and as mocked—as the former Secretary of State
The website says U.S warplanes should have captured the incident in Afghanistan that killed 22 people at an MSF hospital. "We are raising a U.S. $50,000 bounty to obtain the footage, the cockpit audio, the inquiry report and other relevant materials"
The newly launched marketplace includes items from over 85 countries, and even seems to take a dig at its rival by saying users can "customize your products when you buy, no need to send separate messages to the artisan to specify options"
Her first novel, "The Unwomanly Face of the War," published in 1985 and based on the previously untold stories of women who had fought against the Nazi Germans, sold more than 2 million copies. Her books have been published in 19 countries
The video, which was widely circulated on social media, appears to show a pledge performing a sexual act on a woman. A Reddit post of the video claimed it was the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity at IU