When it comes to coverage of the ongoing investigation into ties between the Russia and the Trump administration, half of Americans think that the media has irresponsibly blown the story out of proportion, according to a NBC/Wall Street Journal poll released Friday.
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The Department of Homeland Security announced Friday that it has awarded 26 grants totaling $10 million to communities across the U.S. in an effort to fight radicalization and recruitment of American citizens by terrorist groups.
U.S. technology companies routinely share sensitive product security secrets with Russian agencies in order to gain access to the country's lucrative tech market, a compromise that could enable Moscow's aggressive hacking efforts against Western governments and companies.
Nashville is on the brink of enacting a law that would limit most cooperation with federal immigration authorities, but a Tennessee state senator has vowed to make sure that the city's status as a sanctuary jurisdiction is short-lived.
The White House has overturned an executive order issued by former President Barack Obama that required most nonimmigrant visa applicants to be interviewed less than a month after their initial applications.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that immigrants should be barred from using welfare programs for at least five years after arriving in the U.S.
Hispanic immigrants and their children lag far behind other migrant populations in the U.S. when it comes to developing proficiency in English, according to a new analysis from a Washington immigration policy think tank.
The Nashville Metro Council has advanced legislation that would limit cooperation with immigration authorities and prevent local officials from requesting information about residents' immigration status, making the Tennessee capital a sanctuary city in practice if not in name.
Federal agents arrested a prominent member of Boston's illegal Irish community at his home Tuesday, touching off fears that thousands of Irish nationals living and working in the area are now targets for deportation.
Apple's top executive asked President Donald Trump to show more compassion in his immigration policy and reassure immigrant workers in the technology community that they are welcome in the U.S.
A 16-year-old runner took a wrong turn during an adventure race in Alaska that ended up costing him his life Sunday.
The Trump administration on Monday joined the legal battle over a Texas law that bans sanctuary cities, saying it will support the state's defense against a lawsuit brought by civil rights groups and multiple city governments.
The number of people displaced by armed conflict or government persecution reached a seven-decade high at the end of 2016, according to the U.N. division responsible for monitoring global refugees.
Most Texans support the state's new anti-sanctuary cities law, but residents remain deeply divided among partisan and ethnic lines over two of the law's more controversial provisions.
President Donald Trump announced Wednesday his pick for FBI director, choosing an experienced lawyer with a deep law enforcement background over politicians who had been floated as possible candidates.
A soccer fan from south London is being hailed as a hero for reportedly taking on three London Bridge attackers who burst into the restaurant where he was having dinner on Saturday night.
British police have recovered the body of a man killed in the London Bridge attacks, bringing the confirmed death toll of Saturday's terrorist atrocity to eight.
The Department of Homeland Security is still setting many detainees free because it doesn't have the resources to keep them in custody following their arrests, despite assurances that it has ended the practice of releasing illegal aliens pending their immigration hearings.
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly tore into federal court injunctions currently blocking President Donald Trump's executive order on foreign travel and refugee admissions to the U.S., saying the courts are preventing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) from doing "what we need to do to protect our homeland."