Trump Threatens to Deport Millions Beginning Next Week
President Donald Trump is threatening to remove millions of people living in the United States illegally on the eve of formally announcing his re-election bid.
Battleground Florida: Both Parties Prepare for 2020
Democrats aren't ceding the Sunshine State. They are putting up a fight to take the state from Republicans.
25 Officers Injured in Memphis After Marshals Kill Fugitive
Armed officers and an angry crowd faced off after a Tennessee man was fatally shot by U.S. Marshals in a working-class Memphis neighborhood.
Mothers: Air Force Stumbled Amid Child Sex Assault Reports
To the mothers, the 13-year-old boy appeared largely unsupervised as he roamed among the clusters of townhomes on the U.S. Air Force base in Japan.
John Legend Considering a Boycott of Louisiana
Super star John Legend is considering boycotting Louisiana and other states that have passed strict anti abortion laws.
US Opens New Mass Facility in Texas for Migrant Children
The federal government is opening a new mass facility to hold migrant children in Texas and considering detaining hundreds more youths on three military bases around the country, adding up to 3,000 new beds to the already overtaxed system.
Trump Tells D-Day Veterans They’re Among Greatest Americans
President Donald Trump on Thursday lauded the heroism of American and Allied service members who participated in the D-Day invasion, saying they "they came wave after wave without question, without hesitation and without complaint."
Record Flooding Causes Levee Breach in Arkansas
A levee breached Friday along the Arkansas River, prompting a flash flood warning and evacuation of a rural area in western Arkansas.
Oregon Has too Much Marijuana
Oregon is awash in pot, glutted with so much legal weed that if growing were to stop today, it could take more than six years by one estimate to smoke or eat it all.
Prince’s Bodyguard Deposed in Wrongful Death Lawsuit
Prince's former bodyguard answered questions from attorneys for seven hours as part of a wrongful death lawsuit filed by relatives of the late rock star.
House Agrees to Pay Sheriffs More to House Inmates
The Louisiana House has unanimously agreed to boost the amount the state pays parish sheriffs for housing state inmates in local jails, an increase that would eventually cost $30 million per year.
Arguments Over Rape and Incest Divide Abortion Opponents
Even as the anti-abortion movement celebrates the sweeping bans passed in several states, it's divided by a widening rift over whether those prohibitions should apply to victims of rape and incest.