The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and a top Republican senator on Thursday told President Obama that he and his aides must meet with immigration law enforcement "whistleblowers" who can expose the flaws in the Senate immigration bill.
FIFA's new anti-racism task force will ask soccer's governing body next week to approve a mandatory five-match minimum ban for any player found guilty of racist abuse, a person with knowledge of the situation said Friday.
Desperate times call for desperate measures, but the union movement has taken this saying to a new level. It has reacted to dwindling membership by unionizing recipients of public assistance. In more than a dozen states, unions now extract dues from government benefit checks.
Charles Ramsey, the Cleveland man who made national headlines with his rescue of three women from his neighbor Ariel Castro's home, was awarded a year's worth of free food at McDonald's.
A Ukrainian court rejected a request from gay rights activists to hold their nation's first pride parade through the streets of Kiev, citing concerns about violence.
The immigration-reform bill that passed the Senate Judiciary Committee this week is expected to be considered by the Senate in June.
Convicted killer Jodi Arias won't know her sentencing for weeks, as jurors were unable to reach a unanimous verdict and the judge sent them packing. Her new sentencing was set for July 18.
The Boy Scouts of America's National Council has voted to ease a long-standing ban and allow openly gay boys to be accepted as Scouts.
Plummeting birthrates among all teens — especially Hispanics — has helped bring this vital statistic to record-low levels, says a new federal report.