The Marine general in charge of all U.S. troops on the island of Okinawa, Japan, has banned off-base drinking and strictly limited when alcohol can be purchased on-base.
An Iranian citizen and an airline pilot from Kentucky pleaded guilty to violating U.S. export law on Monday through a scheme to send aircraft and parts to Iran for civilian use.
A photo posted online Monday shows George Zimmerman with blood on his nose and lips. His attorneys say it was taken the night unarmed teen Trayvon Martin was killed in Sanford, Florida.
Prosecutors are offering a plea bargain to Floyd Corkins, the man accused in the August shooting of a building manager at the conservative Family Research Council. But a defense attorney declined at a hearing Monday to immediately accept the deal and was granted a continuance in the case.
U.S. stocks were mixed Monday after a disappointing report on manufacturing activity added to concerns about economic growth.
Tech giant Oracle announced Monday that it would pay three quarters' worth of dividends originally scheduled for 2013 later this month, becoming the latest company to move up dividend payments ahead of potential tax increases next year.
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced charges Monday against the China affiliates of the "Big Four" U.S. accounting firms.
Car sales rebounded even more than expected in November after being hurt a month earlier by Hurricane Sandy. The industry is on track for its best month of U.S. sales since early 2008.
It's not often that Mexican yellow pages listings makes the headlines, but Yahoo has been ordered to fork over $2.7 billion in a legal dispute involving them.
Manufacturing activity came to a standstill in the United States in November, according to a report released Monday.