Women make up only five percent of the U.S. Border Patrol's 21,000 agents, yet last year the number of females trying to cross into the U.S.
Don't have a cool $26 million to buy Lauren Bacall's three-bedroom apartment overlooking Central Park?
After months of drama, the House of Representatives on Tuesday passed a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security with no strings attached targeting President Obama's executive action on immigration.
Police in Ferguson, Missouri, displayed an overt bias against African Americans in the course of their law enforcement duties, according to a Justice Department investigation.
Ah, the land of stock photos. It is a unique place, filled with people in ill-fitting business suits, lots of firm handshakes, and okay, plenty of cute puppies, too.
It's one thing for a historic landmark to contain, say, a time capsule, like the one found in a statue at Boston's Old State House.
President Obama on Tuesday shrugged off Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's fiery speech criticizing the ongoing Iranian nuclear negotiations, saying the foreign leader "didn't offer any viable alternatives." "As far as I can tell, there was nothing new," Obama said, adding that Netanyahu gave a nearly identical speech last year full of dire predictions that have not come true.
Forget about keeping your phone charger on your bedside table — soon, the table itself will be the only charger you need.
Despite creative shakeups, cast shakeups, and outright cancelation from NBC, Community is the sitcom that just can't be killed.
Russia's Perm-36 museum issued a statement Monday that it is "ceasing its activities and beginning the process of self-liquidation" following months of government pressure for the museum to close.
After an arduous two-month selection process that included a request to move the case out of Boston, a 12-member jury was seated Tuesday in the trial of alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Tuesday blasted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress about Iran's nuclear ambitions, calling it a condescending affront to U.S.
In recent years, federal agencies and local police alike have availed themselves of technology known as "stingrays," cell phone surveillance devices that essentially fool your phone into thinking it's a cell tower.
In one of the most highly anticipated speeches to Congress by a foreign leader in recent years, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday torched the Obama administration's ongoing nuclear negotiations with Iran.
One of the men convicted in the 2012 gang rape of an Indian student is now blaming the woman for the injuries she suffered during the event, which led to her death.
New Mexico eighth grader Adelina Silva was giving her classmates forms from her school's website when she was stopped by a teacher and marched to the principal's office to be suspended.
According to sources with "knowledge of the matter," David Petraeus is on the cusp of a plea deal with the Justice Department, The New York Times reports.
Just in case you thought you saw a crack in the glass ceiling, Justin Wolfers at The Upshot is here to clear up that pesky gender inequality question with a few helpful graphs.
Fresh off the success of last week's brutally violent re-imagining of the Power Rangers franchise, producer Adi Shankar has unveiled his latest grim take on a pop-culture icon. James Bond: In Service of Nothing gives viewers a glimpse of an elderly 007 as he attempts to find a new place in a world that has left his stylish brand of espionage behind: In a Q&A about the new project, Shankar explains that In Service of Nothing began with a simple question: "What would happen to the guy from Dr.
Accused terrorist Abid Naseer argued in court Monday that he never plotted to blow up random people in the U.S.