Georgia's governor was one of more than 30 this week who called for a halt to accepting Syrian refugees. Gov. Nathan Deal's executive order also called for reopening investigations into already settled refugees' backgrounds.
For most of Immokalee’s field hands, blatant wage abuses and physical cruelty have largely vanished from the tomato rows. Workers hope to use 'fair food' labels to spread those reforms to rest of America's farmland. Part 4 of a series on human trafficking.
On the eve of a Democratic debate, the Paris attacks now make the threat of ISIS a key issue for candidates – and its one that American voters tend to see Republicans as being more qualified to handle.
A report from the General Accounting office finds students are sneaking salt shakers onto campus and creating a clandestine market for potato chips. The age-old question remains: How do you get students to eat their peas?
The releases are the result of changes to federal sentencing guidelines. The first batch of releases is encouraging discussion about the purported benefits and drawbacks of unlocking prison doors early for drug convicts.