Members of Congress issued a call to action, pleading for help for thousands of children who’ve poured across the U.S southern border.
For the first time in more than two decades, Latinos who are immigrants hold fewer jobs in the U.S. than those who are born in this country.
Two big oil companies are evacuating their workers from Iraq, as the President still considers military action.
Its one thing to drive a race car and it’s another to drive a regular car right into the middle of a race.
A training mission this month doubled as a humanitarian relief effort for reserve airmen from the 439th Airlift Wing.
An 11-member Westover crew flew 20 tons of humanitarian aid to Guatemala on March 9TH. The cargo included an ambulance and a bus.
CERRO ARMAZONES, Chile (WWLP) – On Thursday afternoon, the top of a mountain in northern Chile will be blown-off in order to level the groun…
President Obama sits down with Congressional leaders to hear how he plans to deal with Sunni militants who are trying to take over Iraq.
Iraq’s most valuable resource is under threat as al-Qaeda-inspired militants continue to make gains across the country.
Alleged mastermind of embassy attack in U.S. custody, faces multiple charges.
Minnesota physician infected by painful mosquito-borne virus while working in Haiti.
Rising tensions in Iraq is forcing the U.S. to send troops to protect our embassy.
John Brooks scored the game winner on a header in the 86th minute of a 2-1 U.S. victory over Ghana.
The U.S. is urgently deploying several hundred armed troops in and around Iraq and considering sending an additional contingent of special f…
Iraqi militants capture Tel Afar; U.S. considers airstrikes to protect Baghdad.
New attacks on Baghdad have lawmakers weighing their options.
Police fired stun grenades and tear gas to block a march by about 200 protesters toward Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana stadium ahead of Sunday’s …