The U.S. will reportedly help develop an asylum system in El Salvador, a country with one of the highest murder rates in the world.
The acting DHS secretary said "targeted violence within our borders that is more diverse than at any time since the 9/11 attacks."
Facebook says the suspensions stem from an investigation into how developers use its members' data.
KFC is test marketing a sandwich that wedges a breaded chicken breast between two donuts, triggering quips over the national well-being.
The FAA did not disclose anything about the performance of the updated flight controls.
Jonte Lee explains chemistry to his students while relating it to their everyday lives.
"Opportunity bargains" are neighborhoods where you can live affordably while achieving upward mobility.
A Newsy investigation finds an unusual lack of national safety rules and industry standards for the popular standing electric scooters.
The gun maker's CEO said the current gun market and a slew of military and law enforcement contracts are behind the decision.
The former executives were accused of criminal negligence.
Galveston, Houston and Beaumont have been hit especially hard.
It may seem textbook, but textbooks are constantly being revised.
Major trade groups join forces to urge Congress to restrict the president's use of tariffs in his trade wars.
The 560 acres being transferred to the U.S. Army include parts of New Mexico, California and Arizona.
Sen. Bernie Sanders wants to create 7.4 million "quality" affordable housing units over 10 years, among other measures.
The plan would make tuition at public colleges and universities free for in-state students.
According to National Park Service report, up to 22 archaeological sites in Arizona are at risk of being destroyed by border wall construction.
India's government said e-cigarette use has "increased exponentially and has acquired epidemic proportions in developed countries."
A 1789 law established the Supreme Court, and while it's been amended, the basic outline of the federal court system has largely survived.
The state Public Health and Health Planning Council voted to put the ban into effect immediately.
Lewandowski said he was instructed not to disclose "discussions with the president or his advisers to protect executive branch confidentiality."
Army leaders told The Associated Press they expect to exceed their recruitment goal of 68,000 new recruits by the end of September.
The Urban Institute's Kids' Share report says federal spending on children dropped in 2018.
Gov. Gavin Newsom can't outright ban flavored e-cigs via executive action, but he can still do a lot to try and curb their use.
The government says its canceling plans for 20 additional miles of border barrier in Arizona and California because of "insufficient" funds.