Bill Cosby's opinion-editorial piece entitled “A Plague of Apathy” discussed and emphasized how people should emulate the examples being put out by the black Muslim community. However, Former Congressman Allen West did not seem to appreciate it.
Republican Senator Marco Rubio said on Sunday he still supports a bill to overhaul the U.S. immigration, but reiterated that he wants its stipulations on border security to be tightened in order for the legislation to win approval from Congress.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush argued for immigration reform, stating that more legal immigration would add to the American workforce and create more revenues from payroll taxes.
A Mexican judge on Friday ordered the detention of a former Mexican governor suspected of embezzling millions in public funds, deepening a scandal that will test President Enrique Pena Nieto's anti-corruption agenda.
President Barack Obama will defend U.S. phone and internet surveillance efforts during G8 talks next week, explaining to other leaders the importance of the tools in fighting terrorism, and safeguards in place to prevent abuse of the data, said Ben Rhodes, Obama's deputy national security advisor, on Friday.
Top security aides are concerned that Edward Snowden, the Ex-CIA whistleblower that leaked classified documents about the NSA's PRISM program, may be thinking about defecting to China, ABC News reports.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden won't be making any escape routes to the United Kingdom.
As a whole, Republicans are still on the fence regarding immigration reform, but they seem to be taking one large stance against adding in gay couples to the debate, as Sen. Marco Rubio's comments Thursday helped demonstrate.
A divided Arizona Senate passed a key piece of President Barack Obama's Medicaid expansion agenda on Thursday, handing Republican Governor Jan Brewer a policy victory over fierce opposition from conservatives in her party.
The US Navy is dropping its standard ALL CAPS messaging routine.
Several newspapers and news websites in China, including Beijing’s mouthpiece The China Daily, covered Snowden’s leaks as front page stories.
Brazil-based Condor Non-Lethal Technologies SA confirmed that it sold the tear gas that Turkish security forces are using against their own people in the 2013 protests that have rocked Istanbul and other cities, adding that the gas is "specifically designed to temporarily incapacitate people without causing them permanent damage or death".
Although the recent leak about the U.S. government's controversial surveillance program has caused an outcry, others are raising concern that the real uproar should be over the program's apparent inability to keep us safe despite the fact that it is monitoring millions of Americans.
A landmark immigration bill survived a major challenge in the Senate on Thursday when its bipartisan "Gang of Eight" sponsors beat back an amendment that would have delayed a pathway to citizenship for 11 million illegal residents.
The latest U.S. census figures revealed that, for the first time in American history, whites will no be the racial majority by 2043.