The foreign ministry says allegations that it was involved in breaking into U.S. government computers and stealing millions of workers' records are "irresponsible" and "unscientific."
AP's Erika Kinetz reports that Italian authorities discovered that more than $4.9 billion had been smuggled out of Italy to China using a money-transfer service.
At the nation's second-busiest airport in Chicago, delays have been even more common than in the five years before a new runway opened, an AP analysis finds.
Disaster teams righted the capsized Eastern Star river cruiser to ease the search for more than 340 people still missing. So far, 97 bodies have been found.
Jeb Bush is stepping into the Republican race for president, finally taking his place amid an unwieldy field of GOP candidates unlike any in recent memory.
The U.S. government will issue the May jobs report, which could reveal what might drive U.S. economic growth over the next year.
Some families are installing in-home water recycling systems so that shower water can be later be used in the garden.
FDA says the twice-rejected "female Viagra" pill is approvable but with safety measures.
Two friends of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are scheduled to be sentenced at separate hearings for impeding the investigation.
Stephen Curry had 26 points and eight assists, and Golden State holds off LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers for a thrilling 108-100 overtime victory.