The new "public charge" rule makes it harder for immigrants using social services such food stamps and Medicaid to become full citizens. Out of fear and confusion, many immigrants are dropping health care services their families do qualify for, say advocates.
Kobe Bryant was remembered as a man who "lived to make other people's lives better" at a celebrity packed memorial service Monday. Vanessa Bryant offered strength, poise, and a touching look into their lives raising four daughters together.
As President Trump tours the Indian capital, hundreds of supporters and protestors of the new citizenship law that excludes Muslims clashed in the streets. The U.S. president is keeping the focus of his trip on sealing a trade deal with India.
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who was in power for almost three decades, died Tuesday. Forced to resign during Arab Spring protests in 2011, he was also a U.S. ally, repressed Islamic militancy, and defended peace with Israel.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 1,000 points Monday amid the spread of coronavirus cases beyond China. Investors are signaling concern about the potential threat to global business.
In what's being hailed as a landmark #MeToo moment, Harvey Weinstein was convicted of two charges in New York's supreme court on Monday. Sentencing, set for March 11, could result in 29 years of jail time.
"Katherine Johnson's courage ... and her grace continue to inspire the world," wrote NASA's chief. She was a mathematician who calculated rocket trajectories and earth orbits. Her work for NASA partly inspired the film "Hidden Figures."
Seventy-three percent of Americans favor gender equality and want to see the constitutional amendment passed, according to a new poll by The Associated Press-NORC. The ERA still faces opposition from conservatives.
As global virus cases rise, the Communist Party insists it can use government aid to achieve the economic growth targets set before the coronavirus outbreak. Forecasters are less sure.
The extradition hearing of Julian Assange, charged by the U.S. with espionage for leaking government documents, begins Monday in London. Global free-speech champion or criminal?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered President Donald Trump the largest rally of his American political career at a cricket stadium in Ahmedabad. The two leaders, ideologically aligned, hope for political boosts from the rally.
As Sen. Bernie Sanders emerges as the front-runner, the establishment Democrats face the same conundrum establishment Republicans faced in 2016.
South Korea says that more than half the new cases are linked to a church in the city of Daegu. All branches of the church were temporarily closed.
With a Nevada win, Bernie Sanders is the clear Democratic front-runner. But his establishment rivals say he's "too progressive" to beat Mr. Trump.
Women on the U.S. national soccer team are asking for $66 million in damages as a result of gender discrimination. U.S. Soccer says the women's team negotiated for different contracts and benefits than the men's team. Trial is set to begin May 5.
After withdrawing from federal funding last year because of restrictions around abortion referrals, Planned Parenthood clinics across the country face significant deficits. Now, some states are budgeting to help fill the gap.
In California, 415 delegates are at stake. Presidential candidates and their ads are out in full force ahead of the March 3 primary. Why it could be the state that awards an unbeatable lead for the Democratic nominee.
After 18 years of war in Afghanistan, the long-sought peace agreement could begin Friday with seven days of suspended violence. The deal will be signed Feb. 29.
Mike Bloomberg and Bernie Sanders were prime targets during Wednesday's debate in Las Vegas as candidates picked on policy and personality differences. President Trump joined the fracas through tweets. Super Tuesday contests are less than two weeks away.
President Donald Trump campaigned on promises to put business ahead of environmental interests. Last year, the federal government completed cleanups at six Superfund sites, the fewest since 1986.
A xenophobic attack in Hanau, Germany, which killed nine people, comes amid growing concerns about far-right violence. Chancellor Merkel said the shootings expose the "poison" of racism in German society. All nine people killed had foreign backgrounds.
Emboldened by President Donald Trump's support and new Mideast plan, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appears to be charging ahead with construction. On Thursday, he announced plans for a "mid-sized city" in an area Palestinians want for themselves.
Groundbreaking technology – and a dedicated team of stylists, choreographers, and audio engineers – will allow fans to experience the late singer's dream of an "unplugged" tour, including little-known covers and a climactic rendition of "I Will Always Love You."
E-commerce is thriving as coronavirus controls keep factories, restaurants, cinemas, offices, and shops closed across China. Shut-in Chinese are relying on the internet for food, entertainment, and shopping as delivery companies work overtime to meet demands.
On Tuesday, President Donald Trump tested the limits of his office by using clemency powers to pardon 11 people, including former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, a one-time contestant on "Celebrity Apprentice."
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