The Office of Refugee Resettlement warned that states denying services and benefits to Syrian refugees would be in violation of federal law.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump criticized New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski, who has a chronic condition that affects how his arms move.
This Thanksgiving tradition isn't as old as you think it is.
A military investigation hasn't satisfied Doctors Without Borders, which wants an independent investigation into the bombing of one of its hospitals.
Kentucky's governor has signed an executive order granting released felons the right to vote. Surprisingly, it's one of the last…
The five largest news networks are teaming up to push back against Donald Trump's campaign staffers restricting journalists' access at his rallies.
Her lead over Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush wasn't statistically significant, and this is only one survey nearly a year before the election.
Grace Mugabe, the first lady of Zimbabwe, told a crowd at a rally over the weekend that mini-skirts invite rape.
An apparent physical attack against a protester at a Donald Trump rally is making news, but it likely won't hurt the GOP front-runner's poll numbers.
French officials have unveiled plans to protect historical sites from destruction and help the art community recover from terrorist attacks.
A trio of Indiana mayors signed a letter urging Congress not to restrict the country's refugee resettlement program, even as Gov. Mike…
Claims that the U.S. is letting in 100,000-200,000 Syrian refugees this year are off by a lot.
Robert Ford, the former U.S. Ambassador to Syria from 2011 to 2014, discusses the Syrian refugee crisis and its roots in the Syrian civil war.
Whether it's myth, mush or gospel truth, optimism – the can-do spirit – has always been a core trait in the American "brand." In this…
Inside the battle between those who say law enforcement needs access to private information and those who argue encryption is essential for privacy.