Keystone Legislation 'Has Earned My Veto'
February 24 2015 4:59 PM EST
Congress will now have to decide whether to attempt to override President Obama's veto of the pipeline legislation.
Royal Family Challenges Abe's Revisionist Agenda
February 24 2015 4:39 PM EST
Recent comments made by the Imperial House contradict the view taken by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Martin Family 'Disappointed' But Poised To Eliminate 'Senseless Violence'
February 24 2015 4:24 PM EST
Trayvon Martin's family is "disappointed" there wasn't enough evidence to support civil rights charges against the teen's killer, George Zimmerman.
Some Private College Students Refuse To Pay Federal Loans
February 24 2015 3:58 PM EST
The "Corinthian 15" are protesting for-profit colleges and the government's role in student loans at such schools.
Chicago Police Run CIA-Style 'Black Site': Report
February 24 2015 3:01 PM EST
Suspects are held for up to a day without access to a phone or legal representation, according to a report.
Supreme Court Unites Religions vs. Abercrombie
February 24 2015 2:04 PM EST
In EEOC v. Abercrombie, the Supreme Court will consider religious rights in the workplace.
Zimmerman Won't Face Civil Rights Charges In Unarmed Teen's Death
February 24 2015 1:56 PM EST
The Justice Department confirms Zimmerman won't face federal civil rights charges in the 2012 death of Trayvon Martin.
Sharpton Says He Isn't Exploiting Garner's Death
February 24 2015 12:56 PM EST
Sharpton said his attackers have tried and failed to divide him from the victims' families that he has supported during his career.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz Opposes Loretta Lynch In New Op-Ed
February 24 2015 9:09 AM EST
Senator Ted Cruz said Lynch has not shown how she would be substantially different from current Attorney General Eric Holder.
Americans Want To Make Measles Shots Mandatory In US: Poll
February 24 2015 8:21 AM EST
The survey was conducted in the middle of a national measles outbreak that has infected 154 people in 2015.
US Court Fines Palestinian Groups For Decade-Old Attacks In Israel
February 24 2015 6:04 AM EST
The two cases, which deal with attacks in Israel during the Second Intifada, had been the subject of a long legal dispute over jurisdiction.
Mossad, Netanyahu Disagreed Over Iran's Nuclear Program: Report
February 24 2015 4:05 AM EST
In 2012, Israel's prime minister had warned the U.N. that Iran had completed 70 percent of its "plans to build a nuclear weapon."
Snowden In Reddit Q&A After 'Citizenfour' Oscar Win
February 23 2015 11:50 PM EST
The NSA leaker and subject of an Oscar-winning documentary took part in a revealing Q&A.
US Appoints Its First Global LGBT Envoy
February 23 2015 10:41 PM EST
Berry has been a longtime foreign service officer whose posts have included Bangladesh, Egypt, Uganda and South Africa.
Lack Of US Weapons Hurts Anti-ISIS Strategy In Anbar
February 23 2015 6:59 PM EST
An uptick in ISIS fighters killed won't mean much if the US doesn't send weapons, say Iraqi Sunni leaders.
Republicans 'Stick To Their Guns' On Funding Fight
February 23 2015 6:41 PM EST
Conservatives' insistence on continuing the immigration fight means that Homeland Security funding is still set to run out on Friday.
Terrorism Has Been Deadlier In Europe Than In US
February 23 2015 5:32 PM EST
Since 9/11, 65 people have died in terrorist attacks on U.S. soil. For Europe, the death toll is in the hundreds.
Voting Rights Advocates Are Applauding John Legend's Oscar Speech
February 23 2015 4:01 PM EST
Voter advocates say the singer's reference to a provision struck down by the Supreme Court in 2013 comes at a good time.
Parents Contend With Their Kids' Interest In Joining ISIS
February 23 2015 3:42 PM EST
People working to dissuade ISIS-interested teens should be honest about potential drawbacks to life in Syria but not come off too strong.
US Malls Could Be Vulnerable To Lone Wolf Attacks
February 23 2015 3:33 PM EST
Security experts have warned that U.S. malls could be vulnerable after the Somali al-Shabab threatened Minnesota's Mall of America.