Thousands of Central American migrants have continued to push forward in their attempts to reach the United States, despite efforts by Mexico to halt their advance.
Most but not all of the children over age five separated from their parents by U.S. immigration officials have been reunified as of Thursday night.
Advocates for a group of nearly 90 Christian and other religious-minority refugees from Iran are praising a ruling by a federal judge in California earlier this week that forces the Trump administration to reconsider their asylum requests after issuing a blanket denial of all of them earlier this year.
The head researcher at David Brock’s multimillion-dollar opposition research shop is convinced by the Twitter-born conspiracy that Nazis at the Trump administration’s Department of Homeland Security use numerical code to transmit white supremacist messages through its press releases.
A number of liberal Twitter users and journalists spread a conspiracy theory Thursday insisting a Department of Homeland Security document contained a secret Nazi code.
Prosecutions for human trafficking offenses rose through 2015, a just-released report from the Bureau of Justice Statistics reveals.
EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, ALASKA—Defense Secretary Jim Mattis will make his first visit to China this week for talks with Chinese military leaders amid growing tensions over China’s militarization of islands in the South China Sea.
Mattis told reporters aboard an Air Force E-4B jet, a militarized Boeing 747, en route to northern Alaska that he plans to gauge China’s strategic approach to the United States during talks in Beijing.