The proportion of mothers who are unmarried is at 40 percent, up from five percent in 1960; two-thirds of first births to women under 30 are to unwed women. Determining why out-of-wedlock pregnancy and birth has spiked is the subject of a new report, released Monday, from the Social Capital Project.
President Donald Trump invoked the last words of Kate Steinle in his weekly address on Saturday, condemning sanctuary cities and calling for an immigration policy focused on “the safety and well-being of our nation’s citizens.”
Fifty teams of programmers and public health specialists met Wednesday and Thursday in Washington, D.C., for a code-a-thon organized by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) focused on developing software to help combat America’s opioid crisis.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions met Wednesday and Thursday with his Colombian and Mexican counterparts in Cartagena, Colombia, to discuss combating the threat of transnational organized crime.
The Drug Enforcement Agency announced Wednesday the results of Operation Faux Pharmacy, a three-state initiative which targeted 26 pharmacies suspected of illicitly distributing drugs, resulting in the seizure of 494,000 pills and about $2.8 million.
A bevy of chemists, law enforcement officers, and medical experts appeared before a meeting of the United States Sentencing Commission Tuesday to provide testimony on the emerging health and justice threat posed by synthetic drugs.
More than 310,000 illegal immigrants were apprehended nationwide in 2017, 98 percent of whom were apprehended at the southern border, according to new data released Tuesday by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) detailing America’s immigration control efforts over the past year.
The United States will no longer participate in the U.N.-organized Global Compact on Migration (GCM), the U.S. Mission to the U.N. informed the secretary-general on Sunday.
Sens. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) and Mike Lee (R., Utah) said Friday they are still committed to introducing an amendment to the Senate’s tax reform bill that would expand the child tax credit to cover more American families.
The Drug Enforcement Agency will open its 22nd division office next year in Louisville, Kentucky, bringing agency resources and focus to three states hardest hit by the nationwide opioid epidemic.