Census 2020: US adds controversial citizenship question
A question about citizenship status will be added to the 2020 US census, for the first time since 1950.
Officers in Alton Sterling shooting won't face state charges, attorney general decides
Two Baton Rouge police officers involved in the shooting death of Alton Sterling will not face state criminal charges in connection with the 2016 incident, the Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry's office has decided.
Macron Said to Unveil Insurance-Friendly Business Bill in May
President Emmanuel Macron is set to unveil legislation aimed at leveraging the more-than 200 billion euros ($248 billion) in French public funds to boost investments in small- and medium-sized companies, according to two government officials.
Who's Who in Egypt's Election: Sisi and 'Not Sisi's Puppet'
The only runner against President Sisi argues he is not a puppet chosen to make elections look legitimate but a look at his recent political positions suggest otherwise.
Ecuador Taxi Drivers, Cooperatives Protest Against Cabify, Uber
According to the official taxi cooperative, local taxi businesses have seen a reduction in ridership at least 40 percent.
Suspicious packages sent to military facilities, congresswoman
Police are investigating a “suspicious brown substance” found in an envelope sent to the office of a congresswoman in New Hampshire. Separately, the FBI is examining suspicious packages delivered to US military facilities.
Facebook's Zuckerberg will not answer UK lawmakers' questions over data scandal
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg will not answer questions from British lawmakers over how millions of users’ data got into the hands of political consultancy Cambridge Analytica as the company faces further pressure on both sides of the Atlantic.
Facebook Goes on a Hiring Spree for Washington Lobbyists
Facebook Inc. is on a hiring spree in Washington as the social network bulks up its ranks of lobbyists in the midst of a privacy scandal that cuts to the heart of its business model.
Facebook Deletes Gaza-Based News Agency Safa's Account Hosting 1.3M Followers
According to a Palestinian activist, this year alone 500 pages of Palestinian journalists, activists and bloggers have been deleted.
Linda Brown, Who Was At Center Of Brown v. Board Of Education, Dies
Linda Brown, who as a schoolgirl was at the center of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case that rejected racial segregation in American schools, died in Topeka, Kan., Sunday afternoon. She was 76.
Deported US Army veteran blames PTSD for drug conviction
A US Army veteran has been deported to Mexico after serving time in jail for drug charges, authorities say.
Controversial 'free-range' parenting is now legal in Utah
So-called free-range parenting will soon be the law of the land in Utah after the governor signed what appears to be the country’s first measure to formally legalize allowing kids to do things on their own to foster self-sufficiency.
One In Five Students Used Loans To Buy Cryptocurrency
More than one in five college students have used their financial loans to invest in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, according to a recent survey conducted by the Student Loan Report.