A demonstration that began quietly erupted into rampaging and looting early Saturday on the streets of Ferguson, Mo., where police in heavy gear and armored vehicles confronted more than 100 protesters
U.S. news Public anger flared again in the St. Louis suburbs on Friday after police sought to clarify what happened in the moments before an officer shot and killed an unarmed black teenager last weekend.
Three massive temporary shelters that have housed 7,700 unaccompanied immigrant youths at military bases in California, Oklahoma and Texas will close in the next eight weeks, government officials announced
Sukanya Pillay is general counsel and executive director of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association. Should we accommodate an Orthodox religious man's request to avoid sitting next to a woman by asking
Congress Obama administration officials pleaded their case to a key Senate panel Thursday for nearly $4 billion in aid to address the ongoing migrant crisis at the nation’s southern border, warning that
Bakersfield police discovered more than $76 million worth of marijuana crammed inside a U-Haul truck this week after the driver reportedly ran a red light. Daniel Ruiz, 22, and Jose Alcarez, 24, both Bakersfield,
In a new letter, Texas Gov. Rick Perry is again pressing President Barack Obama to visit the troubled border with Mexico while also calling for additional troops and resources to bolster security there.
House Republicans are going forward with plans to sue President Barack Obama and will base their legal case on the sweeping health care law he championed and they despise. Speaker John Boehner said the
Washington (CNN) – You know immigration reform is truly dead on Capitol Hill when Florida Republican Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart throws in the towel. Diaz-Balart has been one of staunchest immigration reform
Unlike many of his Republican colleagues, Karl Rove advocated Thursday for bipartisan compromise on immigration. “Republicans have to look at this as an opportunity that they have to work,” the Republican
John Boehner A visibly frustrated House Speaker John Boehner slammed President Barack Obama's handling of the border crisis Thursday, saying that the commander in chief should take responsibility for problem.
Ron Lee Haskell went to a suburban Houston home Wednesday night looking for his estranged wife, but her teenage niece refused to let him in. He broke down the door and began a rampage that ended in the
Immigration officials and Border Patrol agents will run out of money if Congress doesn't approve emergency funds to deal with the flood of young migrants at the southwest border, Department of Homeland
It's only going to get worse unless you give us more money, administration officials warned Thursday about the flood of Central American children illegally entering the United States from Mexico. Homeland
WASHINGTON — Sen. Mark Kirk said today that 429 unaccompanied minors from the Mexican border crisis are in Chicago in the custody of a federal agency, and he wants to know if any of the children have records.
Border Ranchers Extend Invite to Nancy Pelosi: ‘Come See Why Your $2 Million-Per-Mile Fence Is Trash’
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The percentage of Americans without health insurance fell to a new low in recent months, according to the results of a Gallup poll released Thursday. Specifically, the uninsured rate fell to 13.4 percent
Immigrants share their journey, fears and aspirations with USA TODAY FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. — For 15 years after sneaking into the United States, Miguel dreamed of seeing his daughter Stephanie again. But
Battle lines hardened Thursday in Congress over how best to address the crisis of children on the border, as Democrats pushed back against efforts by Republicans — and the administration — to more quickly
U.S. news A flight carrying 126 Guatemalan migrants, including 90 women, landed in Guatemala City Thursday after they were deported from the U.S. A growing wave of families and unaccompanied minors fleeing
Radical conservatives in the U.S. have been energized by the armed standoff between federal officials and right-wing militiamen at the Bundy ranch in Nevada in April, according to a new report by an extremist
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson has something to say to people contemplating illegal migration to the United States: "We'll send you back." Deportations will begin this week, he said. It's a message