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Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said Sunday he thinks the U.S. can turn back the influx of illegal immigrants, particularly unaccompanied children, who are causing a crisis at the southern border.
A pro-gun student at a small Virginia Beach university is outraged after he says school officials denied a request to create a Second Amendment Club on campus.
"Unbroken" hero Louis Zamperini died this week at age 97. Famous for his time as a WWII prisoner of war and his track performance in the 1936 Berlin Olympics, Zamperini's life story also includes becoming a convert to Christianity.
Come fall, fans of the University of Utah's football program will no longer necessarily sing the word "man" in their traditional, century-old athletic event fight song.
A Florida judge has tossed George Zimmerman's defamation suit against NBC, saying the broadcast network did not act with malice when it selectively edited a 911 call the former homeowners' association patrolman made about the 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
ISIL recruits 'underwear bomb' creator: Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri pledges allegiance to terrorist army
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant have recruited a notable new member — the suspected creator of the "underwear bomb."
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Police in Colorado went car-by-car, searching for the suspects who were responsible for gunning down three at a rap concert in the parking lot of Red Rocks Amphitheater in the wee hours of Friday morning.
Facebook malfunctioned for a short time early Thursday morning, shutting out millions of users from Israel to the United Kingdom to India.