Irish immigrants in Boston have become increasingly fearful of being deported by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The world’s wealthiest billionaires made enough money in 2017 to end extreme poverty around the world seven times over, according to a new report.
Trump's senior policy advisor, Stephen Miller, is hindering progress on an immigration deal, GOP Senator Lindsey Graham told reporters.
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan said Sunday that the House would agree to an even shorter short-term spending bill to end the government shutdown.
Trump called for Republicans to use the "nuclear option" to resolve the government shutdown as it entered its second day.
The Health and Human Services Department announced the creation of a division to enforce protections for religious health care workers, but activists worry that it could lead workers to opt out of helping LGBT patients and those seeking abortions.
The FBI is investigating whether a Russian banker funneled money to the Trump campaign through the NRA. The same banker had requested a meeting with Trump in 2016.
Futuristic grocery and retail stores will feature digital shelves that connect to your phone and robot shopping carts.
North and South Korea agreed Wednesday to have athletes march under a “unified Korea” flag at the 2018 Winter Olympics, marking the first time the countries have teamed up in a decade.
Cities across America have cited health issues to institute bans on sharing food in public places, but activists say such laws contribute to a trend of criminalizing homelessness.
Altogether, 64 groups that could present conflicts of interest spent money at Trump locations.
More Mormons approve of President Donald Trump's job performance than any other religious group.
Civil Rights Leader and Georgia Representative John Lewis said Sunday that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would not have approved of the current state of Trump's America.
Vogue has suspended two famed fashion photographers following allegations of sexual exploitation by dozens of male models.
The 20-year-old suspected of killing University of Pennsylvania student Blaze Bernstein reportedly posted about guns and waterboarding online.
Rent control policies could actually be making income inequality worse in gentrifying cities such as San Francisco, a new paper from Stanford University researchers argues.
Nearly a quarter of homes sold for an average of $7,000 above the asking price.
While some countries have made moves to expand LGBT rights and legalize gay marriage, most Russians still find the idea of gay sex "reprehensible."
The commander in chief has sold over $35 million worth of real estate.
Israel's Ministry of Health is allowing the new system on a two-year trial basis.
Construction firms are optimistic there will be a boom in new projects in 2018, but they could be hard pressed to find applicants for construction jobs.
“He’s not here to help,” said one of the many housing protesters who gathered at HUD Secretary Ben Carson’s meeting with local housing leaders in Chicago.
Does the Lone Star State have its own purple taco painting Banksy?