Eric Cantor's National Profile Proved Toxic in Rural Virginia District

    A combination of over-confidence, neglect of his district and voter anger at congressional leaders fueled Republican Eric Cantor’s stunning primary loss in Virginia, an upset that rocked the Republican Party.

    New York Company Forced Workers To 'Thank God' for Jobs: Suit

    A New York customer service provider allegedly forced employees to pray, thank God for their jobs and say “I love you” to managers and colleagues at work —  and fired those who protested.

    Sheldon Adelson Bankrolls Anti-Medical Marijuana Push

    The stakes are getting higher — politically and financially — in Florida’s heated campaign over a November referendum to allow doctors to prescribe marijuana.

    Shelly Sterling Fights To Wrest $2B Los Angeles Clippers From 'Alzheimer's Victim Donald Sterling

    An attorney for Shelly Sterling submitted a request on Wednesday for an emergency court hearing to confirm her as the controlling owner of the Los Angeles Clippers in an attempt to block estranged husband Donald Sterling from stopping the $2 billion sale of the NBA team.

    Soccer Boss Sepp Blatter Asks Israel To Ease Ban on Palestinian Players

    FIFA president Sepp Blatter and delegates at the FIFA Congress called on the Israeli government on Wednesday to fully commit to FIFA’s plans to ease restrictions on movement for Palestinian footballers.