The White House said Friday night in response to an online petition to free a U.S. Marine jailed since March in Mexico, that Secretary of State John Kerry had spoken to Mexican officials “at the highest level” and authorities there had been “very willing to engage on the issue.”
The ruling could slow the pace of deportations because it creates new legal grounds for women from Central America caught entering the country illegally in their fight to stay.
Universities and colleges in the United States also admit that they have limited ability to track students’ travels or their health.
Prosecutors warned jurors not to accept defense arguments that former Gov. Bob McDonnell was unfairly targeted by law enforcement.
A jury on Friday found a man guilty of murder after his pit bulls mauled a woman to death in a high desert town in California where residents said they carried rocks and guns for protection against packs of dogs.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s move means new nuclear plants can be built and old ones can expand their operations despite the lack of a long-term plan for disposing of the waste.
The president finds himself trying to buck up supporters heading into a crucial midterm election season.
This summer, pamphlets and a recruitment form have been stuffed into plastic sandwich bags, along with a few Jolly Ranchers, and tossed onto driveways in Hampton Bays.
No civilized country can shirk its responsibility to fight a global scourge.
No one is advocating an invasion, but we need a military strategy, and a far greater sense of urgency.
A 33-year-old slice of cake from Prince Charles and Princess Diana's 1981 wedding has sold at auction for $1,375.
Children, drivers and other residents have learned how to prepare for huge dust storms, sometimes called haboobs, that can turn day into night in seconds.
At least two Texas National Guard troops are in need of financial assistance after being sent to the Texas-Mexico border in response to a surge of children pouring into the U.S. illegally, officials said Friday.
Ms. Clinton said she would step down from the $600,000-a-year position to focus on philanthropic work at her family’s foundation.
A federal judge in Austin, Tex., blocked a stringent new rule on Friday that would have forced more than half of the state’s remaining abortion clinics to close.
In a $40 million federal lawsuit, five people arrested recently in Ferguson, Missouri, accuse police of using "wanton and excessive force" and treating U.S. citizens "as if they were war combatants."
Under the proposed settlement, hospital claims involving inpatient stays that are now under appeal would be paid at the rate of 68 cents for every dollar billed.
A teacher in Northern California has been disciplined for making threatening and explicit remarks about students on her Twitter account.
It's too soon to say what steps the United States will take against ISIS in Syria, President Obama said. "I don't want to put the cart before the horse," he said.