President Obama ended his tour of East Africa with a speech Tuesday at the African Union in Ethiopia. He is the first U.S. president to ever address the 54-member regional bloc.
Ethiopia has long been considered one of the most repressive regimes in Africa, but it has faced little pushback from Washington.
After decades of upholding an anti-gay policy, the Boy Scouts of America made a historic shift Monday and voted to officially lift a blanket ban on gay leaders, but a strong anti-LGBT culture persists.
In a Telemundo interview, Bush spoke, in Spanish, not only on his family's experiences as Hispanic Americans but on the need for immigration reform.
The electronification of vehicles has accelerated in recent years and now automakers are smack in the middle of a cybersecurity business with an ever steepening learning curve.
The Obama administration's family detention policy may be on its last legs, but advocates hope to keep pressure on the larger detention system.
After a three-week long recovery propped up by unprecedented government intervention, Chinese stocks have again started flagging.
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