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The grand jury deciding whether to indict a police officer in the shooting death of teenager Michael Brown will reconvene Monday, according to a county official.
Civil-rights leaders and elected officials joined the family members of an unarmed man shot and killed by New York City police earlier this week, demanding changes in policing methods and a thorough investigation
The White House has authorized U.S. military forces to target Taliban militants in Afghanistan if they pose a direct threat to the U.S. or its military forces or provide support to al Qaeda, according to U.S. officials.
U.S. Marshals Service personnel are disguising themselves as Mexican Marines to take part in armed raids against drug suspects in Mexico.
GOP leaders balanced competing demands as they sought to convey their anger over President Obama’s immigration changes without letting that ire spiral into a government shutdown.
“Rules of conduct” released as grand jury appeared close to announcing whether to indict a white police officer for the killing of an unarmed black teenager this summer.
The issue of police discipline is being scrutinized in cities around the country as oversight officials question the rate at which officers fired for misconduct return to the force.
The implementation of President Obama’s immigration action will pose new tests for some immigrants, who could lose their jobs if they admit their status, as well as for businesses and government.
The White House executive action on immigration seeks to ease the way for startup founders to work in the U.S.
Students in a variety of majors, but especially within liberal-arts subjects, are increasingly signing up for coding boot camps, online classes or going to community college to bolster their résumés and employability.
The watchdog agency for the Internal Revenue Service said it has found as many as 30,000 missing emails that could be relevant to a long-running congressional inquiry into alleged IRS targeting of conservative groups.
President Obama kicked off his new immigration plan in Las Vegas on Friday, including signing an executive action offering a reprieve from deportation to millions of immigrants.
The Republicans in the House of Representatives filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration over its health-care law in D.C. federal court.
While scrutiny over the power morcellator may save lives, women like Linda Interlichia are paying a grim price for decisions made before the alarms rang about the hysterectomy tool.
President Obama will visit India in January as the guest of honor for the country’s symbolically important Republic Day celebrations—a sign of a significant warming of relations between the two countries.
As hundreds of thousands of women chose robotic hysterectomies, some doctors opted to use a technology the FDA has warned can worsen cancer: the power morcellator.
The White House is citing actions by former presidents Ford, Carter Eisenhower and others as precedent for President Barack Obama’s plan to grant new protections to millions of illegal immigrants.
Analysis: This much is clear: President Obama sets off an explosion with his plan to act on his own to change the nation’s immigration practices. What’s less clear is what happens next in Washington, Gerald F. Seib says.
President Barack Obama announced Thursday that millions of illegal immigrants will gain protections from deportation under a plan that would bypass Congress.
Attorney General Eric Holder is urging police to minimize confrontation and protesters to be peaceful ahead of a grand jury decision on whether to indict the police officer who shot an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Mo.