The US imposes further sanctions against Russia over the events in eastern Ukraine and Crimea
Presence of anti-Muslim bigotry in US media is obvious
A routine traffic stop has turned deadly in the US heartland with a dashcam footage reportedly so gruesome that the city of Cincinnati is preparing for riots as well as the officer’s indictment.
We the People petition receives more than 150,000 signatures in support of granting amnesty to Snowden
The annual Trafficking in Persons report has upgraded Cuba, Malaysia, and Uzbekistan to a higher tier as worst offenders for failing to suppress human trafficking.
Over five years passed since Detroit's imam was shot dead by four FBI agents
US officials deny release connected to recent Iran nuclear deal
Calls for inquiry on missing, murdered aboriginal women; changes to anti-terrorism bill
Samantha Elauf was denied a job by Abercrombie & Fitch because she wore a headscarf during job interview
After over five decades diplomatic ties between two neighbors are finally re-established
US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter will head to Israel and Saudi Arabia this coming week to discuss the Iran nuclear dea
The KKK and African American group Black Panther are planning rallies on Saturday that will overlap at the South Carolina Capitol.
The US is expected to open its embassy in Cuba next month with John Kerry to meet the Cuban Foreign Minister on Monday.
The Runit Dome in the Marshall Islands is a legacy of years of US nuclear testing. Locals fear that rising waters will leak 111,000 cubic yards of debris to spill into the ocean
Google shares rose 13% on Friday, which gives suggestions that the total worth is worth over $50bn
The Chattanooga shooting suspect has been identified as Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez
The Saudi foreign minister and Barack Obama will meet at the White House today. It is Mr. Obama’s first meeting with a key American ally from an Arab state since reaching the Iran deal on Tuesday.
Barack Obama has congratulated the Muslims of America saying, 'The holiday is a reminder to every American of the importance of respecting those of all faiths and beliefs,'
A moratorium on commercial fishing in the High Arctic is expected to be endorsed this week at a meeting of the five countries with territorial claims around the northern ocean.
Dual investigations into electronic chip maker Qualcomm over the possible abuse of market dominance. Qualcomm is the world's largest supplier of voice and data transmission chips.
A report by WHO's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) said in March that it had concluded that the glyophosate ingredient, was probably carcinogenic after reviewing scientific literature.