Fugitive Cult Leader Wanted On Child-Sex Charges Caught In Brazil
March 01 2015 12:47 AM EST
Victor Arden Barnard was on the U.S. Marshals Service's list of most-wanted fugitives: He faces 59 sexual-abuse charges.
Venezuela Issues Sanctions On US Officials
February 28 2015 6:28 PM EST
George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Marco Rubio will have to cancel their Caracas travel plans.
Demonstrators Disrupt Rio 2016 Olympics Planning Meeting
February 28 2015 4:47 PM EST
Activists voiced their anger over a planned Olympic golf course in Rio, which has spurred the so-called Occupy Golf movement.
Record-Breaking Pot Haul Tips Scales At 15 Tons In California
February 28 2015 10:10 AM EST
The marijuana bust is the largest in the history of the Otay Mesa port of entry and the second-largest ever at any U.S. border crossing.
Mexico's Most-Wanted Drug Cartel Leader Arrested
February 28 2015 1:35 AM EST
Servando Gomez, better known as "La Tuta," was a school teacher who went on to become a drug kingpin.
How Dangerous Is A Homeland Security Shutdown?
February 27 2015 6:33 PM EST
The Department of Homeland Security will shut down even as America confronts ISIS and other terrorist threats.
Undocumented Immigrants US Detaining Shouldn't Be Deported
February 27 2015 5:43 PM EST
Immigration lawyers say some people who might have avoided deportation are vulnerable once again.
Six Youths Violently Killed In Venezuela This Month
February 26 2015 6:11 PM EST
The police shooting of a 14-year-old protester this week has highlighted a string of recent student deaths across the country.
New Report Finds Social Hostilities Against Religion Declining
February 26 2015 1:53 PM EST
A quarter of the countries surveyed still report high levels of religious hate crimes despite declining levels of hostility.
Boehner Blows Kisses
February 26 2015 12:38 PM EST
House Speaker Boehner appeared tired of questions about a Homeland Security shutdown. So he blew some kisses.
Argentine Judge Dismisses Case Against President
February 26 2015 12:35 PM EST
President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner will not face a criminal investigation for allegedly covering up Iran's role in a 1994 bombing in Argentina.
Mexico Condemns Shooting In Texas
February 26 2015 11:59 AM EST
Mexico's government denounced the police shooting of an unarmed Mexican immigrant in Texas, the second incident of its kind this month.
Local Police Departments Learn Spanish In Communities With Undocumented Immigrants
February 26 2015 9:28 AM EST
Police departments around the nation have embraced Spanish-language learning for officers.
Snowstorm Causes 75-Car Crash In Maine
February 25 2015 6:38 PM EST
Maine State Police said about 75 cars were towed or damaged and 17 people injured during the Wednesday collision.
Central American Migrant Crisis Could Resurface
February 25 2015 4:16 PM EST
The U.S. is on track to see tens of thousands of unaccompanied child migrants at the border, even if the numbers don't hit last year's record highs.
The Measles Outbreaks That No One Is Talking About
February 25 2015 11:35 AM EST
Saying no to vaccines in the United States or Europe is a luxury people in other regions might love to have.
2014 'Devastating' Year For Human Rights
February 25 2015 4:01 AM EST
The number of displaced people across the globe topped 50 million for the first time since the end of World War II, Amnesty said in a report.
Democrats Win Net Neutrality Battle, FCC Votes Thursday
February 24 2015 9:31 PM EST
The rules will force broadband providers to treat all Internet traffic equally, proponents say.
'All Eyes' On Boehner As Homeland Security Deadline Nears
February 24 2015 5:44 PM EST
In the latest procedural twist, Senate Democrats are waiting to see if Speaker Boehner will agree to DHS funding bill.
Obama's Other Immigration Lawsuit
February 24 2015 5:25 PM EST
A federal court could strike down the justification for immigrant family detentions, which doesn't necessarily mean detentions will wind down.