The Supreme Court flirted Wednesday with unraveling the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that created a national right to abortion, with the court's Republican-appointed justices pondering whether states should have the freedom to restrict abortions earlier in pregnancy -- or to bar the procedure altogether.
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New York's attorney general said Wednesday that the state should create a fund to help out-of-state women come to seek abortions if the Supreme Court overturns the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision and allows other states to ban the procedure.
As President Biden's new coronavirus travel ban took effect Monday, security experts say he's left a glaring hole in his scheme: the southern border.
As the coronavirus pandemic raged, Uncle Sam was doing more than putting money in unemployed Americans' pockets -- the federal government was also shipping tens of billions of dollars overseas to fraudsters working with the country's most prominent adversaries, such as China and Russia.
Homeland Security's legal immigration agency acknowledged Monday that it botched the rollout of new free work permits for crime victim immigrants and is now scrambling to refund money to more than 10,000 people who were "mistakenly" charged.
Migrants from Central America are rushing to the U.S. illegally not because of violence or natural disasters in their home countries but because of jobs, a major new study found, challenging claims that they are asylum-seekers fleeing persecution.
A 17-day-old infant perished at the border after his mother carried him across the Rio Grande as part of a group of illegal immigrants, Homeland Security said Tuesday.