Nissan Motors said Monday it was moving to dismiss chairman Carlos Ghosn after uncovering "significant acts of misconduct," including underreporting his own salary.
The disclosure came in a filing in a case unrelated to Assange. Assistant U.S. Attorney Kellen S. Dwyer, urging a judge to keep the matter sealed, wrote that "due to the sophistication of the defendant and the publicity surrounding the case, no other procedure is likely to keep confidential the fact that Assange has been charged."
She's one of the millions disillusioned with social media. But she also helped create it.
How the Camp Fire, already the most destructive fire in California's history, overwhelmed paradise.
The first-ever recount in three statewide races in Florida kicked off in earnest Sunday on a contentious note, with Republican Gov. Rick Scott sharpening his attacks on his opponent in the razor-tight US Senate race and filing a new round of lawsuits against Democratic election officials.
Democrats have won enough congressional races to retake control of the House of Representatives, according to exit polls and early returns. Republicans, however, will retain control of the Senate — and may even increase their majority.
For 30 minutes on Monday, Chinese President Xi Jinping offered conciliatory promises to political and business leaders from 172 countries gathered in Shanghai: He would turn his country of 1.3 billion into global consumers, welcome foreign investors into previously restricted sectors and crack down on Chinese companies that abuse intellectual property rights.
The Little Rock police shooting of 15-year-old Bobby Moore revealed a horror show of misconduct, cover-up and cascading institutional failure at the department.
At the time, in 2002, it was the largest jackpot ever won by a single ticket. But the lottery changed Whittaker's life and within a few years, the West Virginia construction contractor faced personal loss and tragedy.
The caravan has marked another chapter in Mexico's complicated effort to balance American threats with the country's own domestic politics.
Intelligence officials are increasingly skeptical of the Saudi account and have warned President Trump that the idea that rogue operators flew to Istanbul and killed journalist Jamal Khashoggi without the knowledge or consent of Saudi leaders is dubious, a White House official said.
Between 300 and 700 barrels of oil per day have been spewing from a site 12 miles off the Louisiana coast since 2004, when an oil-production platform owned by Taylor Energy sank in a mudslide triggered by Hurricane Ivan.
Lottery officials have said that the change was in response to demand from players that they wanted to start with a big jackpot and have a better shot at smaller prizes.
One of the central contradictions of capitalism is that what makes it work — competition — is also what capitalists want to get rid of the most.
In many homicides, police believe they know the killer's identity but can't get a witness to cooperate. Police in Richmond, Virginia have developed a strategy to help encourage people to come forward.
Huge numbers of bugs have been lost in a pristine national forest in Puerto Rico, the study found, and the forest's insect-eating animals have gone missing, too.
Sears, the one-time titan of American retail, filed for bankruptcy ahead of a $134 million debt payment due Monday and announced that it will close 142 stores.
The intelligence, described by US officials familiar with it, is another piece of evidence implicating the Saudi regime in Khashoggi's disappearance last week after he entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.
"There is no documented historic precedent" for the scale of changes required, the body found.
I was both an observer and a participant in a teenage rape. I was 17, and it was 1969, about a year before I would be drafted into the Army.