The president met with three Central American presidents as he pushes Congress to approve more money and resources to address the issue along the United States border with Mexico.
The Commerce Department on Friday found that Chinese companies had dumped their products on the American market at below cost, and imposed duties of 10.74 percent to 55.49 percent.
In a San Francisco performance, Tierney Sutton combined the Great American Songbook, jazzy religious odes and a series of readings.
Arthur T. Demoulas, whose firing as president of the family-owned chain Market Basket prompted employee protests, has made an offer.
A police chief in Wisconsin pleaded no contest Friday to a charge that he signed a local Tea Party leader up on gay dating, pornography and federal health care websites.
The Kentucky senator, taking heed of lessons for the Republican Party in 2012, made his pitch at a National Urban League Conference.
An Oregon woman says 86 members of her family have been disenrolled from an American Indian tribe that operates the state's largest tribal casino, as leaders review the tribe's rolls and enforce new enrollment requirements.
The president of Honduras on why the United States and its drug habit are to blame for the violence and kid immigrants fleeing Central America.
Officials said more than half of all children initially placed in shelters have gone on to be reunited with at least one parent already living in the United States.
Prosecutors deciding whether to charge a California man who says he fatally shot a violent burglar in the back in an alley as she fled his home face a difficult decision because the case falls in a gray area involving self-defense, a legal expert said Friday.
Ex-CIA officials were told they could view a 6,300-page report. Then, they were told they couldn't.
A Southern California UPS driver has been arrested after federal agents say he stole dozens of guns to sell them on the black market.
He parts ways with his admaker and pollster after Joni Ernst gains more ground.
He indicates that many of children who have crossed the border will eventually be sent back home.
A crush of big cap earnings and arguably the most important economic reports until September make for a busy week.
Two men forced a woman into the backseat of her sport utility vehicle at gunpoint, drove off but later lost control and plowed into a group of people on a corner near a fruit stand on Friday, police said. Three children, all siblings, were killed, and at least two other people were critically injured.
President Obama told Central American leaders that children crossing the U.S. border without claims to stay would be sent home.
Federal safety regulators are looking into complaints that passenger-side air bags did not deploy in crashes involving the 2008 Impala sedan.
Negotiations to craft a reform bill for the Department of Veterans Affairs are back on track.
A POLITICO survey finds that 11 states are thinking about using federal dollars in 2015.