British Prime Minister Theresa May is refusing to push for changes to Northern Ireland's tight restrictions on abortion, setting up a confrontation with officials in her own party who want to loosen the rules after neighboring Ireland voted this weekend to overturn its own abortion ban.
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The Trump administration announced Friday that it will make an additional 15,000 visas available to businesses seeking to bring in low-skilled, foreign labor through a contentious guest worker program.
President Donald Trump warned Wednesday that certain foreign countries could see their foreign aid from Washington cut unless they do more to contain illegal immigration into the U.S.
The Islamic State's affiliate in Afghanistan is getting rich under the radar through illicit sales of a key ingredient in baby powder and other household products, a global corruption monitor said Tuesday.
Cases of illegal immigrants crossing the southwest border with an unrelated child in tow have surged this year, the result of what the Trump administration says are perverse incentives for human trafficking created by U.S. immigration policies.
The Trump administration on Tuesday slapped sanctions on Iranian officials accused of helping Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps supply rebels in Yemen with ballistic missiles, the latest move in Washington's campaign to confront Tehran.
As Washington and Beijing struggle to reach a comprehensive trade deal, negotiators are reportedly close to a more specific agreement that would save embattled ZTE Corp., the Chinese telecom giant currently subject to a crippling U.S. sales ban.
Far fewer than half of migrants found to have a "credible fear" of persecution in their home countries are sent back within three years, according to Department of Homeland Security (DHS) figures provided to The Daily Caller News Foundation on Monday.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo laid out a long list of demands on Monday that he said the Iranian government has to meet if it wants to avoid harsh economic penalties from Washington.
Islamic State fighters began evacuating their last remaining positions in southern Damascus on Sunday under an agreement with the Syrian government, which was reached after months of furious fighting, according to a war monitor and local reports.
The U.S. and China are backing off threats to hit each other's exports with tariffs while they work on a larger trade agreement, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Sunday.
Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas has returned to the hospital after suffering complications from a minor surgery performed earlier this week, a Palestinian official said on Sunday.
The European Union on Friday advanced two measures that could help the bloc's firms avoid possible U.S. sanctions if they continue to do business in Iran, directly challenging Washington's campaign to isolate Tehran economically.
President Donald Trump's administration will withdraw funding for aid programs in northwestern Syria, according to reports from administration officials.
Russian warships armed with advanced cruise missiles will be deployed in the eastern Mediterranean Sea near Syria on a permanent basis, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday.
Leaders from several European Union countries said Thursday they're ready to negotiate with Washington on opening up their markets to more U.S. exports in exchange for a blanket exemption on industrial tariffs.
Louisiana’s Democratic Governor Used An ‘Unprecedented’ Scare Tactic To Push For Tax Hikes — It Completely Backfired
Louisiana's ongoing budget battle received national attention last week, when the office of Gov. John Bel Edwards sent letters to thousands of elderly and disabled Medicaid recipients, warning spending cuts proposed by Republican lawmakers could result in the cancellation of critical health programs -- including funding for nursing homes and long-term care.
Taliban insurgents assaulted a provincial capital in Western Afghanistan on Tuesday, engaging Afghan troops and U.S. commandos is a day-long assault before leaving the city unopposed early Wednesday.
The French oil and natural gas behemoth Total announced Wednesday that it is suspending further development of a major energy project in Iran, citing concerns about possible U.S. sanctions on companies that do business with Tehran.