The U.N. agency forecasts that from now through 2050 half the world's population growth will be concentrated in just nine countries.
The Trudeau government appears to be bypassing the Trump administration, taking its business directly to mayors, governors and Congress.
The integrity of our electoral process is a fundamental moral issue, and there is a sinister connection between racist voting laws and abuse of the ...
The Congressional Black Caucus declines White House invitation for second meeting with President Trump citing "lack of response."
A boy on an Alabama beach was struck and killed by a log washed ashore by a storm surge as Tropical Storm Cindy moved closer to the Gulf coast.
Government policies, compounded by extortion, have led to what economists call a man-made disaster.
Temer insists he’s innocent, but analysts say his government is on ‘life support’
The incident was recorded with a cellphone and published on social media, leading authorities to arrest a tattoo artist and his accomplice.
The four-year-old witness to the deadly shooting of the Philando Castile pleaded with her mother to cooperate with police moments after his death. "I ...
High temperatures in the park have been above 100 degrees for days. Police said the heat was a likely factor in the deaths of Robert Pluta and his ...
The announcement of a criminal investigation came after a Times article detailed a sweeping operation using advanced spyware to infiltrate a target’s smartphone.
Mexico and New Zealand face off in the Confederations Cup soccer tourney, in Spanish via Telemundo Deportes.
The questionable attire involves a uniform that incorporates a forest camouflage pattern — despite Afghanistan being primarily desert.
Officials say an F-16 fighter jet caught fire while attempting to take off at Ellington Airport in Houston and the pilot ejected.
Former DHS secretary Jeh Johnson tells Congress there's no evidence Russian efforts to meddle the election changed votes in 2016 but says they'll "be ...
Advocates want them to roam free, ranchers want to control their numbers, and the Trump administration wants to make selling them for slaughter legal again. But what does the future hold for these icons of America's West?