Throughout June, observed as World Refugee Awareness Month, activists are working to spotlight the stories of the nearly 69 million refugees and displaced people around the world
Rep. Jan Schakowsky says in a Twitter video Trump "certainly has committed all kinds of offenses that meet the standard" for a formal charge by the House.
New Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) rule gives America's 50 states three years to develop their own emissions reduction plans by encouraging coal plants to improve their efficiency
This isn't the first time president has threatened to deport undocumented immigrants on a massive scale
The world's population is getting older and growing at a slower pace but is still expected to increase from 7.7 billion currently to 9.7 billion in 2050, the United Nations said Monday.
Officials said the 67-year-old had just addressed the court during his trial on espionage charges when he collapsed. They say Morsi spoke for five minutes from the glass cage he is kept in during the trial and a few minutes later fell to the ground.
According to Reuters, congressional aides said the administration told them it would reallocate $370 million in aid to Central America lawmakers that had approved for fiscal 2018
US leader calls his opponents a 'motley crew,' but polling shows he is trailing several opponents 17 months ahead of the election
US leader attacks New York Times and Washington Post which often publish articles he labels as 'fake news'
World Health Organization says pandemic does not yet meet criteria for international emergency
Children as young as five are among the 152 million being exploited, according to the International Labor Organization
Trump claims executive privilege to keep from handing over information about a citizenship question on next year's once-a-decade Census