Latino and African American leaders made a coalition this Monday, Sept. 23, to demand the United States Congress to approve an immigration reform and legislation that fights poverty in the country.
Recently declassified Cold War-era documents revealed that the NSA spied on anti-Vietnam War dissidents and civil rights leaders, including Martin Luther King Jr.
During the 68th UN General Assembly in New York, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff denounced the diplomatic and economic espionage carried out by the United States against her country, something she called "a great violation to sovereignty."
Despite being just days away from a looming government shutdown, Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz is showing no signs of giving up on his marathon speech that began Tuesday afternoon and continued into Wednesday morning, calling for the defunding of President Obama's signature health care overhaul law.
It is the second day of the United Nations (U.N.) General Assembly's General Debate and 34 Member States are scheduled to speak.
On Monday, President Obama admitted that he quit smoking cigarettes "because I'm scared of my wife."
President Barack Obama delivered his fifth General Debate speech at the United Nations with Syria, Iran, and nuclear weapons as some of the main topics on Sept. 24.
President Barack Obama is set to speak at the United Nations' (U.N.) General Assembly Hall, and will likely make another case about how to handle Syria.
Venezuela is running out of toilet paper, and the military is stepping in to address the shortage.
The Metropolitan Opera season opened its 2013-14 season to a number of protests.
President Barack Obama endorsed fellow Democrat Bill de Blasio for mayor of New York City on Monday, bringing more momentum to the "tale of two cities" progressive candidate who trounced the Democratic primary field earlier this month
Angela Merkel, the German that eight years ago became the first woman Chancellor of Germany, barely won an absolute majority win earlier this week during the elections in which she sought to be reelected for a third term.
The House of Representatives approved last week a cut of five percent in the budget for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) a program which benefits over 47 million Americans--including many Hispanics
After taking a sharp turn downhill during the recession, a new study finds that the number of unauthorized immigrants in the United States appears to be back on the rise as the economy improves.
President Barack Obama on Monday threw his support behind New York mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio, lauding his fellow Democrat's commitment to "an economy that works for all" and a "bold, courageous" plan to lift more New Yorkers out of poverty.