Wealth Gap Widens On Racial Lines
February 18 2015 10:26 AM EST
White families in America on average had seven times the wealth of black families and six times the wealth of Hispanic families in 2013.
'Muslim Americans Across Our Country Are Worried And Afraid'
February 18 2015 9:30 AM EST
In an op-ed in the L.A. Times, President Obama said the U.S. has to work harder to understand the Muslim American community.
Rand Paul, Hillary Clinton In Tight Race In Swing States: Poll
February 18 2015 9:24 AM EST
While Hillary Clinton led all potential 2016 GOP challengers, the Kentucky senator fared the best in Colorado, Iowa and Virginia.
Breaking Down Obamacare Enrollment Numbers
February 18 2015 9:22 AM EST
More than 11 million people signed up for health insurance under Obamacare during the 2015 open enrollment period, but that figure could change.
As Courts Battle Reform, New Issues Lie In States
February 18 2015 8:43 AM EST
Even if Obama's executive action remains, some state laws — like granting drivers' licenses for undocumented immigrants — are now in jeopardy.
'Fear And Confusion'
February 18 2015 6:58 AM EST
A day after a federal judge temporarily blocked President Obama’s executive order on immigration, frustration set in again for the undocumented.
Three Men Accused Of Child Trafficking Arrested In California
February 18 2015 5:27 AM EST
Authorities believe there are more traffickers still at large in the region.
Syrian Regime Agrees To Temporary Truce In Aleppo
February 18 2015 1:08 AM EST
A U.N. envoy to Syria said that a temporary truce to implement a local ceasefire has been agreed upon by the Assad government.
State Department Spokesperson Responds To Her ISIS ‘Jobs’ Comment
February 17 2015 9:44 PM EST
Marie Harf attempted to clarify her ISIS "Jobs" comment from Monday.
Some 11.4 Million Americans Have Enrolled In Obamacare: White House
February 17 2015 8:50 PM EST
Administration officials have said they expected 9.1 million people to be enrolled in coverage and up to date on insurance payments by the end of the year.
'The Law Is On Our Side'
February 17 2015 6:54 PM EST
President Obama said his administration will appeal the Texas court's ruling to block his executive actions on immigration policy.
Immigration Reform Raises Questions About Higher Ed Access
February 17 2015 6:15 PM EST
The undocumented student community could get bigger if the Obama administration successfully expands its 2012 immigration policy.
Hispanic Community Demands Justice In Shooting Of Unarmed Mexican National
February 17 2015 6:14 PM EST
The 35-year-old Mexican national was fatally shot by police last week in Pasco, Washington. Police alleged the unarmed man threw rocks at them.
Delta CEO Links Gulf Carriers To Sept. 11 Attacks
February 17 2015 3:44 PM EST
Richard Anderson’s comments are sure to inflame already high tensions between American airlines and their Gulf rivals.
Hurricane Sandy Cases Center On 'Secretly' Altered Report
February 17 2015 2:45 PM EST
How one couple's Hurricane Sandy insurance lawsuit opened the floodgates to allegations of fraudulent damage reports.
Advocates Reassure Immigrants After Obama Lawsuit Injunction
February 17 2015 2:37 PM EST
Some illegal immigrants are worried they may never be able to apply for deferred action under Obama's policies.
Anti-Union Workers Form Union At VW Factory
February 17 2015 2:22 PM EST
At its plant in Chattanooga, Volkswagen will recognize the American Council of Employees, a group of workers opposed to the UAW.
West Virginia Oil Tanker Blast Raises Safety Debate
February 17 2015 2:00 PM EST
The fiery derailment comes as federal regulators and rail companies struggle to address the rise in freight trains carrying crude oil.
In Cuba, Senators See Path For End To US Embargo
February 17 2015 1:20 PM EST
Republican and Democratic senators have introduced two separate bills to lift travel restrictions on Americans going to Cuba and to repeal the 53-year-old embargo.
China Built South China Sea Island In 10 Months
February 17 2015 12:52 PM EST
China's speedy 'land reclamation' project in the South China Sea is stirring concerns among its neighbors.