Police have raided two residential areas in Manchester as a part of the investigation into the suicide bombing of a concert at Manchester Arena on Monday night, U.K. officials confirmed Tuesday afternoon.
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Venezuelan anti-government demonstrators torched late President Hugo Chavez's childhood home Monday, as the South American country continued to slide into chaos over protests against the ruling socialist regime.
President Donald Trump's budget proposal for 2018 prevents illegal immigrants from claiming two major tax credits for low and middle income people, according to White House documents released Tuesday morning.
Sebastian Gorka, a national security advisor to President Donald Trump, noticed an eerie connection between Monday night's suicide bombing in Manchester and the public slaughter of British soldier Lee Rigby.
Nearly three quarters of a million foreign travelers to the U.S. didn't go home when their visas expired in 2016, according to a new report from the Department of Homeland Security.
A Florida man who shared neo-Nazi sympathies with his roommates says he killed them shortly after converting to Islam because they made made disparaging remarks about his newfound faith.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Sunday the Trump administration is investigating the violent clash between Turkish security officials and protesters outside Turkey's embassy in Washington D.C.
Dominican drug trafficking gangs dominate the balance of heroin distribution in Boston, according to a new report from the Boston Police Department.
A top Venezuelan military commander told his fellow generals to prepare for the deployment of snipers against anti-government protesters, claiming that precision firepower is necessary to win what could become a "subversive urban war."
Russian hopes for normalized relations between Moscow and Washington are fading quickly as President Donald Trump remains under a cloud of suspicion for alleged links between his campaign aides and Russian intelligence operatives.
The Austin City Council voted Thursday to countersue the state of Texas over a recently enacted ban of sanctuary cities, setting up a legal fight that could expand to include other cities.
A 30-year-old dual citizen of Canada and Bangladesh failed to show up for a Thursday court hearing in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he was scheduled to face charges of raping a University of Michigan student.
Venezuelan police officers have reached a breaking point after weeks of repeated deployments to battle fellow citizens protesting the regime of President Nicolas Maduro.
Colorado taxpayers have shelled out more than half a billion dollars over the past 20 years to imprison illegal immigrants convicted of crimes, according to a new report from CBS4 Denver.
City officials in Texas temporarily removed a municipal judge from the bench Wednesday after learning that she never received U.S. citizenship after becoming a legal permanent resident in 2007.
Washington, D.C. police may have their hands tied by diplomatic rules as they investigate Turkish officials for their role in a Tuesday attack on protesters outside the Turkish ambassador's residence.
Immigration arrests climbed yet again in April as federal agents continued to track down both criminal and non-criminal aliens in far greater numbers over the first 100 days of the Trump administration than they did under former President Obama a year ago.
Democratic politicians from several major Texas cities said they will band together to challenge the state's anti-sanctuary cities law, starting what could become a protracted court battle over the controversial measure.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday he is prepared to hand over records of President Donald Trump's meeting with Russian officials earlier in May.