Until then, limited visa services to be available for students and those seeking medical or business travel, State Department says
Struggling Americans wait to see effect on health care access and other benefits
These Trump supporters say they may not have agreed with president-elect on everything, including some of his campaign rhetoric, but they are looking forward to a fresh perspective in the White House
New policy seen as 'significant step forward for religious freedom and diversity'
Clinton counts on Scranton ties to win support, while Trump taps white working-class residents in largely Democratic state
Some analysts say Clinton has to counter the impression that she is not compassionate or is unable to relate to the issues that concern average Americans
Currently, there are 18 female world leaders including 12 female heads of government and 11 elected female heads of state but the US has only had male presidents
She becomes first woman chosen as a major party’s presidential candidate, a feat less surprising for some younger voters who’ve seen advances throughout their lifetimes
While Democrats appear to be more unified than Republicans, Clinton must still motivate voters to turn out on Election Day
A Muslim American delegate says the party's theme of inclusivity will be front and center when Democrats gather to nominate Hillary Clinton for president.
From shoring up his base to raising millions, analysts say the Republican nominee now must focus his campaign to beat Hillary Clinton
Lance Dunn is one of nearly 1,000 young people benefiting from an educational program funded by an Obama initiative
People in Philadelphia express mixed and nuanced feelings about business, jobs, trade and their pocket books
Up to 116 civilians killed since 2009 in Pakistan, Yemen, Libya, Somalia
Through No Kid Hungry campaign, Share Our Strength helps federal government, local partners fill youngsters’ stomachs