New York Police Department Sgt. Kizzy Adonis faces a departmental charge for her failure to supervise during the 2014 chokehold death of Eric Garner.
The Cubans were found in "good health" and taken to the National Migration Institute, Mexican officials said Thursday.
Paul LePage Racism Update: Maine Governor Blasts Media For 'White Girls' Controversy, Ignoring Drug Issue
Maine Gov. Paul LePage said he had meant to say "Maine women" rather than "white girls" in his controversial comments Wednesday.
College Costs 2016: Wealthiest Schools Could Risk Tax-Exempt Status Under New Financial Aid Proposal
“Potentially billions of dollars are at stake, and that gets people’s attention.”
The Islamic State group recently imposed its own curriculum on schools in Iraq's northeastern province of Nineveh.
Marijuana Legalization In Canada: Trudeau's Plan For Reform Will Hit Roadblocks From International Treaties
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party promised to legalize marijuana during the federal elections campaign last fall, but it won't be that easy.
A video shows the new National Assembly president ordering workers to remove portraits of the late leader from the hall.
Approximately 180 Cuban migrants will be airlifted on Costa Rica's test flight to El Salvador, where they will proceed to the U.S.
State Of The Union Address 2016: Muslim Mosque Leader Invited By Connecticut Congressman To Obama's Speech
House and Senate Democrats are urging fellow members to bring Muslim-American guests to President Obama's State of the Union address.
There are 276 identified militia groups in the U.S., up 37 percent from 2014, a hate monitoring group says.
Beijing issued two red smog alerts in December, which indicate the greatest level of danger from air pollution.
US Domestic Extremism 2015: White Supremacists, Islamic Terror Caused Deadliest Year Since 1995, Report Says
At least 52 people were killed in the U.S. by domestic extremists, an Anti-Defamation League report says.
The city’s system must start paying $26 million per month and will run out of cash by the end of the school year.
President Nicolas Maduro told media he will announce a set of extraordinary economic measures Tuesday.
The state’s Fair Pay Act, which took effect Friday, puts the burden of proof on the employer to pay equitable wages.
New York is the top target market globally for foreign real estate investors, a new survey found.
Texas Open Carry Law Update: Businesses And Police Prepare For Unconcealed Handgun Legislation To Take Effect
The new open carry law for licensed handgun owners takes effect Jan. 1 and has police preparing for an uptick in 911 calls.
A California case coming before the Supreme Court on Jan. 11 could overturn the power of labor unions to charge mandatory dues.
London will be teeming with parties and events on New Year's Eve. Here's a few ideas for how to celebrate the end of 2015.
Who Is Brandi Weaver-Gates? Former Pennsylvania Beauty Queen Accused Of Faking Cancer To Appear In Court
A former beauty queen who allegedly lied about having cancer has been charged with theft by deception and receiving stolen property.
Three vessels, including an armed former navy frigate, sailed within a 12-mile zone around islands Japan has claimed.
An industry group seeks a five-year delay on raises for tipped workers as it accommodates mandated hikes for other employees.
Obama Immigration Reform Update: Republican States File Petition Urging Supreme Court To Uphold Injunction
Republican-leaning states want the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold an injunction against the president's executive order.
Does Paul Ryan Have A 'Muslim Beard'? Amid Spending Bill Criticism, Republican House Speaker Fields Personal Attacks
Some Twitter users are speculating that Paul Ryan's new facial hair, combined with his work on a $1 trillion spending bill, signals an ideological shift.
Wisconsin lawmakers are pushing for a bill that critics say would curb the state's so-called "sanctuary cities" from protecting undocumented immigrants.
San Bernardino, California, terrorist Tashfeen Malik's application for U.S. residency indicated she was due to give birth in May 2015.
Antonio LeGrier filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Chicago on Monday.
Tamir Rice Gun: Here's What The Airsoft Rifle Cleveland Officers Mistook For A Real Weapon Looked Like [PHOTOS]
The Ohio official investigating a Cleveland boy's police-involved death said it was impossible to distinguish his toy gun from a real one.
Islamic State Temple Destruction Update: Palmyra Arch Targeted By ISIS To Be Replicated In London And New York
In April, replicas of an ancient Palmyra arch that survived an Islamic State group attack will be erected in London and New York City.
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" grossed $49.3 million Friday alone, twice as much as 2009's "Sherlock Holmes," which previously held the record.