While Bill Clinton enjoyed popularity among the Latinos during his campaign, the optimism may have slumped in Hillary's case.
Mexico agrees to extraditing drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán to U.S.
Today, a major breakthrough in how schizophrenia is being treated could pave the way for more success stories in the future.
FLOTUS released 20 of her favorite songs in celebration of UN's International Day of the Girl.
The defense of the United States team in the ongoing Women’s World Cup 2015 continues to hold up though they did have scary moments against the no.1 ranked team in the world, Germany.
After the United States Supreme Court announced the ruling of same-sex marriage in the whole country, gay communities in different parts of the world are even more determined to fight for their stand.
The case of a child in Paraguay getting raped without the right to an abortion may be a cautionary tale for the United States, where abortion laws are getting more stringent.
First Lady Michelle Obama came bearing gifts for Prince George and Princess Charlotte as she visited London before going to Italy.
Mark Zuckerberg and his wife announced a $5 million donation to thedream.us, which will help undocumented scholars receive college education.
A new drug called “flakka” has users in south Florida and elsewhere in the United States flocking to street corners for a taste, according to drug abuse officials. The lethal synthetic compound is causing a big stir among users, the likes of which haven’t been seen since the crack cocaine epidemic of the 1990s.
Despite the U.S. government's constant warnings, Mexico is still one of the hottest destinations of spring breakers.
Maduro released a statement revealing that he may travel to Washington to challenge Obama on the legality of the decree.
After 16 long years, two severed countries have finally decided to renew diplomatic relationships by reopening telecommunication access and business opportunities.
Maripaco County Sheriff Jo Apriao banned 10 more regular visitors of Jodi Arias including two young Ohio Girls who are found to be supporters of the high profile inmate.
Early human clinical trials of the Ebola virus vaccine, called VSV-EBOV, are starting in Silver Springs, Maryland.