New research suggests that Mormon missionaries grow more tolerant of immigrants as a result of their service.
A Black man died after a police encounter in 2019 because he was injected with a powerful sedative after being forcibly restrained.
Following seven overdoses likely linked to fentanyl, the LA school district will stock naloxone at all its K-12 schools in the coming weeks.
The Cook County Medical Examiner’s office identified the dead man as Shabron Robinson, 29, of Chicago.
The mayor of Orland Park, Illinois, ripped Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker and other Dems for a new law that will eliminate the use of cash bail.
“To be able to have Cooper home and our family all reunited together again is such an amazing blessing.”
A protest against the event was organized in the museum parking lot. Police were on scene Friday evening, and the museum cancelled all programming out of an abundance of caution.
The state hit hardest by the opioid epidemic has won large judgments from some of the companies responsible.
Amazon is closing, canceling or delaying some fulfillment centers across the country.
Photographs of the scene show the crane is on one wheel and the building is damaged.
“I want to cry because I feel hopeless. I have nothing. How do I work? How do I survive?” one migrant asked.
Two days after Rebecca Gillespie was injured after being hit by a falling cellphone, she’s back in the hospital.
A tropical storm making its way over the Caribbean is gaining strength, and could become a hurricane by the time it hits Florida.
A suspect believed to have murdered two high schoolers is still at large.
This is the second time in as many weeks that Abrams, who previously opposed abortion rights, has made headlines for her views.
The tents are among an array of options — from cruise ships to summer camps — the city is considering as it seeks housing.
“These incidents are highly preventable and highlight the importance of positively identifying your target while hunting,” said a state official.
The sites will offer medical care, food, shelter and job services, and help migrants connect with family and friends.
Two flights of migrants to Martha’s Vineyard have elicited uproar on the left and among immigration advocates.
A NewsNation exclusive video shows migrants using ropes to scale the southern border wall to drop into the U.S.
Felony murder charges could follow distribution of fentanyl that results in death.
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Millions of Americans will soon be able to apply for up to $20,000 in federal student loan relief. Here’s what we know so far.
Energy prices closed sharply lower as traders worried about a possible recession. Treasury yields, which affect rates on mortgages and other kinds of loans, held at multiyear highs.