U.S. immigration officials say an 8-year-old girl who died last week in Border Patrol custody was seen at least three times by medical personnel on the day of her death.
Prosecutors revealed in a recent indictment that while Sinaloa cartel boss Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán serves a life sentence, his sons have steered the family business into fentanyl.
President Joe Biden has phoned all four Congressional leaders and invited them to a May 9 meeting at the White House — a sign of the rising pressure to raise the debt cap as the Treasury Department is warning of a default as soon as June 1.
China's leaders are seething at U.S. efforts to cut off access to technology to make advanced computer chips. They appear to be struggling to figure out how to retaliate without hurting their own ambitions in telecoms, artificial intelligence and other industries.
Bank stocks tumbled on worries about what’s next to break, following the second- and third-largest bank failures in U.S. history.
The Biden administration has launched an online appointment system for migrants seeking exemptions from pandemic-era limits on asylum — the U.S. government's latest major step to overhaul border enforcement.
Dakota tribal members have completed what could be their final annual 330-mile ride on horseback to honor 40 of their ancestors who were killed in the aftermath of the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862.
Earlier in April, President Donald Trump is said to have appointed his adviser Stephen Miller to oversee immigration initiatives. I seriously …
There's renewed urgency for getting a full accounting of the numbers, whereabouts and conditions of immigrant children forcibly separated from their parents.
In 1939, the MS St. Louis, a German ocean liner, attempted to dock in the United States so that passengers seeking asylum from Nazi Germany co…
Olusola Luke, 38, was among a group that used stolen identities to file false tax returns, yielding refunds of $734,000.
Robert Mueller’s conviction of a former campaign adviser to Donald Trump and his indictment of two more finally prove it: Hillary Clinton is guilty!
Olusola Luke, 38, admitted he and others obtained more than $700,000 in U.S. government funds by stealing the identities of dozens of U.S. citizens and filing false tax returns using their names.
Two years of imprisonment have given me ample time to reflect on the circumstances in which I find myself today. I often retrace my steps, car…
The military is looking for a speedier, Silicon Valley approach to new technology.
The national group says it strives to protect the constitutional rights of all.
The group under investigation is not believed to be responsible for the Target breach.
PIMCO co-founder Bill Gross: 'We're going to be financially repressed for decades.'
Foreigners still own more than twice as much as long-term government debt as U.S. investors.
U.S.-based companies are the largest source of foreign investment in Russia.
The government is feeding a sense of entitlement among common and preferred stockholders.
New rail terminals have increased their ability to ship oil on trains; other pipeline proposals gain favor.
In the Standard and Poor's 500 index, nine of 10 companies dropped.
Unilever, the world's biggest spread maker, turns to dairy to revive its business.
Made from recycled animal fat, used cooking oil and other materials, green diesel has half the carbon emissions of fossil fuels.