GOP candidate smells something fishy.
Pope Francis has a few words to share with conservatives.
Prior to the start of the game between the Golden State Warriors and the Philadelphia 76ers, Warriors point guard Steph Curry met Little League World Series star Mo'ne Davis who plays for the Taney Dragons. Curry did not only personally meet Davis but he also asked for her autograph.
Popular ESPN sportscaster Stuart Scott succumbed to cancer on Sunday morning at the age of 49.
In the controversial film "The Interview," the 42-year-old rapper admitted that he's gay in his cameo stint as a celebrity in a TV show called "Skylark Tonight."
United States President Barack Obama hammered out a deal with Cuba President Raul Castro Tuesday night, drawing criticism on social media for negotiation with the communist country.
Police officer Darren Wilson will not face any charges after fatally shooting African-American teenager Michael Brown in August.
Speaking today in Santa Monica, California in front of a group of mostly tech entrepreneurs, President Obama proceeded to attack the Republican party's stance on immigration reform.
More than 3,400 people in West Africa have died from the recent outbreak of the Ebola virus. Despite the obvious dangers and the apparent world wide efforts at containing the deadly disease, Public Health England has said that there are currently no plans to introduce a screening process for those on flights that enter the United Kingdom.
According to a recent report published by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, last year saw a record number of deportations from the U.S., with 438,421 deportations in total.
Immigration activists have been hounding President Barack Obama at some of his recent public appearances.
With the Midterm Elections only months away, immigration reform is poised to be one of the most important topics.
In a late vote Friday, the House Republicans voted to pass the more restrictive version of legislation to address the border crisis, with $694 million now slated to be used in part to send home immigrant youth without hearings.
Republicans in Congress really ought to stop wasting their's and everyone else's time by threatening to sue President Barack Obama over his alleged misuse of executive actions. At least, that's how the President sees it. Obama so far has dismissed Republican allegations as nothing more than a "political stunt" and called on Congress to "stop hatin' all the time."
The topic of immigration reform has become a heated one across the nation, with the country and lawmakers split down the middle on where they stand. But as the nation argues, is anything getting done about the tens of thousands of Central American children who are pouring across U.S. borders?
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The superhero movie "Deadpool" has crushed box-office records despite the restricted rating (Rated R) given to the film.
This was the first time in their 52 years in the industry to reveal three cover girls.