The Justice Department has been criticized about being slow to put the new criminal justice reform law into practice.
A U.S. defense official said the drone was destroyed using electronic jamming equipment, but Iran said all its drones are accounted for.
The citizenship test has a 90% pass rate, and it hasn't been revised since 2009.
Nearly 4,000 athletes were expected to compete in the event, with registrants joining from 45 U.S. states and 33 countries.
It's too early to know exactly how climate change impacted June's temperatures, but we do know it's increasing the odds of extreme weather.
Eugene Scalia has a long history of representing major corporations that fight against unions and stricter labor laws.
On Thursday, the Chicago Police Board voted to fire Sgt. Stephen Franko along with officers Janet Mondragon, Daphne Sebastian and Ricardo Viramontes.
A crowd at President Trump's campaign rally in North Carolina began chanting "send her back" as he was talking about Rep. Ilhan Omar.
The House just passed a bill that would boost the federal minimum wage to $15. But that doesn't mean the same thing for all minimum-wage workers.
Search warrants and related materials detail Donald Trump and Cohen's attempts to quash a potentially damaging scandal before the 2016 election.
Working from home is becoming more popular, but its effects are only just being studied.
The judge sided with prosecutors after they argued that Epstein was a flight risk due to his wealth and influence.