Democratic Senators Visit Detention Centers Along Southern BorderA group of senate democrats went to the southern border Friday to inspect migrant detention facilities.
Brooklyn Man Captured Working As Sniper, Trainer For ISIS In SyriaA Brooklyn man originally from Kazakhstan who became a sniper and weapons trainer for the Islamic State group has been charged with terrorism crimes.
FDNY Commissioner 'Disgusted' By Congressional Delay On 9/11 Victim Compensation FundNigro spoke to reporters a day after the FDNY announced it lost its 200th member to a 9/11-related illness.
Scientists Find Eating Disorders Are Triggered By Your Genes, Not Your ChoicesBerghofer Research Institute says they can identify people at risk of anorexia – by looking at their DNA. Examining almost 17,000 people worldwide with the illness, and 55,000 without, eight genes were identified.
Trump 'Not Happy' About 'Send Her Back' Chant At RallyPresident Trump on Thursday insisted he was "not happy" with his supporters' chant to "send her home," referring to Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar.
9/11 Victim Compensation Fund Blocked From Senate Vote By Republican Sen. Rand Paul, Draws Bipartisan OutrageSen. Kirstin Gillibrand was looking to fast-track the new 9/11 funding bill through the Senate, but was stopped by that single Republican senator
Mexican Drug Lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman Gets Life In Prison Plus 30 YearsGuzman was convicted in February of all 10 federal counts against him, following an 11-week trial.
Groping Charges Dropped Against Kevin SpaceyProsecutors have dropped the groping case against Kevin Spacey. The actor was facing a felony charge of indecent assault and battery on Nantucket.
'The Squad' Calls President Trump's Comments 'A Distraction'Congresswomen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley and Rashida Tlaib sit down with Gayle King on "CBS This Morning."
President Trump Stands By Comments As House Votes To Condemn Controversial Tweets About AOC, OthersDuring a cabinet meeting, President Donald Trump continued to defend his remarks, saying if the congresswomen decide to leave the U.S. they can go "wherever they want."
John Paul Stevens, Retired Supreme Court Justice, Dies At Age 99Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, who was appointed by President Gerald Ford in 1975 as a moderate but later became a leading liberal voice, has died, the Supreme Court said Tuesday.