Latino supporters of the New York businessman explain — in their own words — what they like about the GOP presidential candidate.
Despite President Barack Obama’s focus on criminal justice reform, thousands of clemency cases are still pending at the Justice Department for reasons that include a lack of funds.
After the services, Reagan will be laid to rest next to her husband in a hillside tomb that faces the Pacific Ocean.
The next Republican debate will be in Utah, which has never hosted a high-profile presidential candidates’ event.
The state's attorney general welcomed the court’s decision to revive arguments after federal judges struck down the law.
Thursday night's debate could be make or break for Marco Rubio, who trails Donald Trump in Florida polls.
“I freed a thousand slaves; I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves.”
The four remaining GOP candidates will compete for attention, while Democrats debate Wednesday night.
"Parents should have no concerns about students' water and food consumption at the school while the situation is addressed," officials said.
LGBT groups Wednesday praised Democrats’ day-and-a-half filibuster against SJR 39, a religious exemptions bill similar to legislation being considered in nearly two dozen states.
Nancy Reagan, who died at age 94, is remembered for her "Just Say No" effort against drug abuse. But data suggest it didn't produce the desired results.
After the court’s ruling, the trials of five other officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray are likely to proceed, with William Porter’s testimony.
Since December attacks against the American Sikh community have increased by an estimated 300 percent.
Before the historic voting rights act was gutted, Supreme Court justices upheld Congress' authority to regulate voting laws that discriminate.
Hillary Clinton bristled when pressed to explain why African-Americans should trust her on criminal code reform.
The former secretary of state and U.S. senator from Vermont were jockeying to show which of them would be a better leader in times of crisis.
Both candidates have made previous visits to the crisis-struck eastern Michigan community.
The auditorium hosting the debate has an expected audience capacity of more than 1,300.
Residents of this city say they want a president who will hold Michigan officials responsible for longtime financial woes and the lead-poisoned water crisis.
Men and children are also welcome to participate in the annual celebration, which typically falls on the first Friday of March.