The number of people streaming from the U.S. to Canada seeking asylum skyrocketed last month, according to the latest Canadian government statistics released Tuesday.
A 23-year-old white man arrested Tuesday was accused of killing two black men and firing on a black family in a string of attacks that police say may have been racially motivated.
Senators on Tuesday approved Noel Francisco to be solicitor general, giving President Trump a new chief courtroom lawyer just ahead of a packed Supreme Court term.
As Lincoln famously said, the greatest threat America will face will come from within.
Georgia Tech alerts people to stay indoors because of violent protests a day after campus police fatally shot a student.
In his debut at the United Nations, President Trump urged U.N. leaders Monday to cut their bloated bureaucracy, crack down on mismanagement and focus more on the core mission of promoting global peace.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown held a signing ceremony Monday to commemorate a new law making abortion free for everyone in the state, including illegal immigrants.
The police practice of seizing cash or property linked to suspected criminal activity is taking flak on Capitol Hill, and groups advocating for reforming federal asset forfeiture rules see the effort taking off this year.
The U.S. government received reports of three spills at one of Houston’s dirtiest Superfund toxic waste sites in the days after the drenching rains from Hurricane Harvey finally stopped. Aerial photos reviewed by The Associated Press show dark-colored water surrounding the site as the floods receded, flowing through Vince Bayou and into the city’s ship channel.
U.S. government investigators were wiretapping the head of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, both before and after the election, CNN reported Monday night.
Organizers of Milo Yiannopoulos’s return to the University of California Berkeley accused the school Monday of trying to thwart Free Speech Week with bureaucratic red tape and insisted the show will go on, despite a host of planning issues.
A former mail carrier in in Sheridan County has been sentenced to six months in prison for stealing mail.