The U.S. government says it is reviewing reports of forced labor at a Chinese detention camp where ethnic minorities must give up their religion and language and work in factories
The Senate passed a sweeping criminal justice bill Tuesday that addresses concerns that the nation’s war on drugs had led to the imprisonment of too many Americans for non-violent crimes without adequately preparing them for their return to society.
Legislation that would strip campaign finance oversight from the incoming Democratic secretary of state and shift it to a new bipartisan commission is in trouble in Michigan's Republican-led Legislature
A Harvard University professor and writer for The New Yorker is asking a court to order the release of documents related to two grand juries that sat in Boston nearly 50 years ago to investigate the leak of the Pentagon Papers
The S&P 500 ended little changed in a choppy trading session on Tuesday as the possibility of a partial government shutdown added to investors' jitters ahead of a highly anticipated Federal Reserve meeting. Fred Katayama reports.
A trust representing holders of Venezuelan bonds has gone to New York federal court demanding payment on more than $34 million in unpaid debt
Roger Stone, a former campaign adviser to Donald Trump, has settled a $100 million lawsuit accusing him of publishing false information on the InfoWars website
Cuba says language promoting the legalization of gay marriage will be removed from the draft of a new constitution after widespread popular rejection of the idea
Lawmakers visiting the Border Patrol station where a 7-year-old Guatemalan girl was taken hours before her death demanded an independent investigation Tuesday into the response by federal agents.