The death toll from last week’s attacks rises to 130 and France confirms a three-month state of emergency.
A new Brennan Center report on U.S. crime trends rebuts claims of a nationwide crime wave.
At least 18 people are dead after gunmen storm a hotel in Bamako, the GOP frontrunner is criticized after an interview, and two candidates draw straws to decide a winner.
The House votes to limit Syrian refugees, France identifies a suspected terror ringleader’s body, and Hillary Clinton vows to “smash” the Islamic State.
Seventy years after the mass internment of Japanese Americans was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court, the ugly ideas at the core of its decision are resurfacing.
Rupert Murdoch, the Australian-born billionaire who became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1985 so he could buy a TV…
French investigators are hunting for an apparent eighth perpetrator as more details about the terrorists become public.
After Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris, the three rivals showed their weaknesses along with their strengths.
The Republican field condemned President Obama’s Middle East strategy as the Democratic contenders prepared for Saturday night’s foreign-policy debate.
As you’ll know by now, a coordinated series of terrorist attacks struck Paris on Friday evening, killing at least 127…
A state of emergency is declared in France, the justices grant a petition on Texas abortion laws, Aung San Suu Kyi’s party wins an absolute majority, and more.
The justices will take up a challenge to H.B. 2, a state law that effectively makes it much more difficult to end a pregnancy in the state.
A federal appeals court reverses a 2014 ruling that said the state’s capital-punishment system violated the Eighth Amendment.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor stood alone again on Monday as the U.S. Supreme Court chipped away at the Fourth Amendment's constraints on law enforcement.
A substantive discussion in Milwaukee left much of the field unchanged—but a couple candidates managed to boost their fortunes.
A U.S. Supreme Court showdown is next after a Fifth Circuit panel blocks the administration’s executive actions on deportation.
The University of Missouri’s embattled president steps down, Russian athletes are accused of ‘systemic’ drug use, and 10 people are shot at a police academy outside Amman.
The White House nixes the Keystone XL pipeline, Vladimir Putin cancels all Russian flights to Egypt, the U.S. unemployment rate drops to 5 percent, and more.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau named the most diverse government in his country’s history.
Republican Matt Bevin, who trailed in the polls, won decisively, throwing the future of Kentucky’s health-insurance expansion into doubt.