WASHINGTON (AP) — Navy Secretary Ray Mabus (MAY'-buhs) says the Navy has not seen the end of the multimillion dollar bribery and contracting scandal that has implicated several companies and naval personnel. He says more disclosures are coming.
Mabus would not say how much money is involved in the widening probe. But he says the Navy will continue to aggressively go after any naval officers or contractors who may be involved.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Ally Financial Inc. is paying $98 million to resolve U.S. government claims that minority borrowers were charged higher rates on its auto loans than whites with similar credit histories.
The agreement announced Friday by the Justice Department and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is the government's biggest auto-loan discrimination settlement to date.
Ally is paying $80 million in damages to about 235,000 African-American,...
SAN YSIDRO, Calif. (AP) — A 39-year-old man has been arrested after authorities say he tossed a lit Molotov cocktail at Customs and Border Protection officers at the U.S.-Mexico border in San Diego.
Agency spokeswoman Angelica De Cima says the incident occurred Wednesday after the man, a U.S. citizen, crossed the border and approached the vehicle lanes at the San Ysidro (ee-SEE-droh) Port of Entry.
Authorities say the incendiary device landed about a...
KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — Two scientists from China have been indicted on federal charges accusing them of stealing seeds developed by a U.S. bioscience company and giving the seeds to members of a visiting delegation from China.
A federal grand jury in Kansas indicted Weiqiang Zhang, an agricultural seed breeder at Ventria Bioscience's facility in Junction City, and Wengui Yan, a U.S. Department of Agriculture research geneticist in Arkansas, on one count each of...
This year, Hollywood reminded us of one long Kanye West rant — somewhat intelligible yet completely nonsensical; intriguing but annoying; and something you wanted to ignore but just could not look away.
How else to describe the feeling we had after watching West and Kim Kardashian simulate the conception of their daughter North West with the video "Bound 2"? Or hearing about another profane Alec Baldwin meltdown? Or watching Lady Gaga and R. Kelly grinding up against...
By now the Miami Dolphins' season was supposed to be over, with little left to do but make sure quarterback Ryan Tannehill still had all his body parts and the NFL had an answer for what really went on in the locker room.
But something happened on the way to another losing record. Something clicked just when everything seemed to be falling apart after a 300-pound offensive lineman left the team saying he had been bullied.