The pontiff will visit poor regions afflicted by the drug war along with meeting the president and church hierarchy.
Anonymous Attacks Donald Trump: Trump Tower Website Down Briefly After Hacker Group Condemns Muslim Remarks
The hacker group Anonymous tweeted Friday that they had taken down the website, following Republican front-runner Donald Trump's anti-Muslim remarks.
Human rights activists gather to protest against Donald Trump's recent comments on banning Muslims from entering the U.S. Natasha Howitt reports.
Trump's call for a complete ban on Muslims entering the U.S. has put his Jewish supporters in a bind, but they deny it smacks of Naziism.
Should The Fiancé Visa Be Overhauled? After San Bernardino Shooting Suspect Revelation, Debate On K-1 Process Rages
Although shooting suspect Tashfeen Malik entered the U.S. with a K-1 visa, lawyers and immigration experts say the screening process is already rigorous.
Obama Immigration Executive Action Update: 84 Cities And Counties Back Administration's Supreme Court Appeal
Each day that President Barack Obama's immigration executive actions are delayed, New York City stands to lose $100,000, the Cities United for Immigration Action coalition says.
Despite all efforts by the GOP establishment to distance itself from "The Donald," voters aren't listening.
The group, Fwd.us, wants an overhaul of U.S. immigration laws and plans to lay the groundwork for change by the time the next president is in the White House.
Support for the Sweden Democrats is up 5.5 percent since the last survey was taken six months ago.
Obama Immigration Reform Update: Supreme Court Review Of Deferred Action for Parents of Americans Ruling Urged By President's Administration
The request comes a year after Obama announced his Deferred Action for Parents of Americans initiative, which has been in legal limbo.
Paris Attacks: Syrian Refugees Welcomed By Democrats, But How Have Terror Attacks Changed Public Opinion?
U.S. public opinion already is divided on Syrian refugees, but the Paris attacks are heightening fears about accepting them into the country.
Obama Immigration Reform Update: Despite Appeals Court Ruling, Immigrant Advocates To Celebrate Policy Anniversary
A federal appeals court ruled Monday against Obama's initiative to help illegal immigrants.
What Is Operation Wetback? Donald Trump Cites Controversial Immigration Reform And Deportation Program
Donald Trump supports a mass deportation as was done when President Eisenhower sent undocumented immigrants to remote areas of Mexico, where many died.
Silicon Valley is always on the lookout for the next great startup, and to attract minorities and women some accelerators are blowing up the traditional model.
Asylum seekers are a hot political issue in Australia where successive governments have vowed to stop them reaching the mainland.
Immigration Reform 2015: Decade-Long Project To Digitize US Forms For Immigrants Has Cost $1B, Just 1 Available Online
The decade-long project to overhaul the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services' paper system could cost $3.1 billion and take an additional four years.
Californians are more likely to view immigrants as a positive force on society, compared with the rest of the United States.
Fires were lit and fences destroyed at the remote Christmas Island facility after the death of an Iranian Kurdish asylum seeker.
Immigration Reform In Texas: Undocumented Immigrants On Hunger Strike Over Treatment At Detention Center
Activists are saying more than two dozen detainees in a Texas detention center have faced punishment for staging hunger strikes in the past week, although the U.S. denies the claims.
The presidential candidate now says he'd end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, even if Congress does not pass immigration reform.
Obama Immigration Executive Order Update 2015: Administration Plans To Work Around Courts As Action Stalls In Appeals
A recently leaked memo shows that the Obama administration has been looking into a legal go-around on immigration.
Christianity And LGBT Rights: 70% Of US Catholics Say Gays Should Be Accepted By Society, According To Pew Study
A Pew survey of U.S. religious groups found all Christian communities much more accepting of gays and lesbians, including 70 percent of Catholics.
Immigration Reform 2015: Ted Cruz Stance On Immigrants Rejected By Conservative Latino Republican Group
The leader of a conservative Latino organization said Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s stance on undocumented immigrants needs a little work.
“We tried Obama, right? Time for a change."
Immigration Reform In Dallas: Texas Sheriff's 'Sanctuary' City Policies For Undocumented Immigrants 'Will No Longer Be Tolerated,' Gov Abbott Says
“Policies like yours compel Texas to take action to protect Texans’ safety,” Gov. Greg Abbott wrote in a letter Monday.
Poland Election Results 2015: Will Euroskeptic Law And Justice Come To Power After Years Of Economic Growth?
In an election hinging on economic promises, a Euroskeptic, right-wing party could come to power in Poland Sunday.