Policy, expected to face a legal challenge, may be expanded to other crossings; it does not apply to children traveling alone or to asylum seekers from Mexico
Illinois attorney general’s office looking at whether a white Chicago police officer’s prison sentence in the slaying of a black teenager was wrongly calculated
World Refugee Council also calls for people responsible for the growing crisis of refugees and internally displaced people to be held accountable, all the way to the International Criminal Court
Investigators say a 2017 wildfire that killed 22 people in Northern California wine country was caused by a private electrical system, not equipment of embattled Pacific Gas & Electric Corp.
Officials in Kansas City, Missouri, one of the nation's largest cities without a public memorial to Martin Luther King Jr., have voted to rename a 10-mile stretch of roadway after the civil rights leader
The indicator of the world's susceptibility to apocalypse remained at two minutes to midnight for a second year in what scientists call a 'new abnormal'
Proposal comes after two measure to end stoppage fail in Senate
Crisis in Venezuela may have reached a new boiling point, but geopolitical fault lines look familiar
Call to come before lawmakers comes a day after Michael Cohen decided to put off planned public testimony, saying Trump has threatened his family
Russia fumes as France and Britain join other nations in supporting street protests aiming to oust Venezuela's president
State Department said it was evacuating non-emergency staff for security reasons
Robots aren't replacing everyone, but a quarter of US jobs will be severely disrupted as artificial intelligence accelerates the automation of today's work