We caught up with Larissa Martinez and Mayte Lara, the valedictorians who used their high school graduations to announce their status as undocumented immigrants.
As the general election campaign begins, prominent left-wingers like Elizabeth Warren will be campaigning for Hillary Clinton, but will that bring the Bernie or bust crowd around?
Ted Kaczynski sent a letter to BuzzFeed News warning that "some creep from Santa Barbara" is sending letters to journalists pretending to be him.
The Supreme Court let stand laws in New York and Connecticut that restrict access to assault rifles like the one used last week in the Orlando mass shooting.
Omar Mateen spoke in Arabic to a 911 dispatcher, identified himself an Islamic soldier, and demanded to a crisis negotiator that the US "stop bombing Syria and Iraq."
It's been a week since the attack at Pulse nightclub. A week where my mom asked me not to go to Pride events in Toronto this year.
After a chaotic and stressful couple of weeks, the Trump campaign made a change at the top, though it's unclear exactly why.
I plan to be out on Wednesday, on what would have been Jo's 42nd birthday, at one of many events being held around the world in honor of her memory.
This morning, Trump says he'd consider racial profiling, the Supreme Court will hear a challenge to gun control laws in two states, Star Trek actors mourn Anton Yelchin, and more.
The NROL-37 'Mentor' eavesdropping satellite has been located near Malaysia.
Funerals for two of the Orlando massacre victims took place amid anti-gay protesters and an impatient driver cut through a funeral procession, injuring two deputies.
In the last few years, the number of Chinese immigrants caught crossing into the United States from Mexico at the San Diego border has skyrocketed.
The youngest victim was a six-year-old girl who was injured after a bullet struck and shattered a restaurant window.
El Chapo's own mother may have had to flee, and locals speak of rising tensions brought by a rival cartel moving into the territory—and settling old scores in blood.
After five days of deliberations, two men have been sentenced to life without parole.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday he accepted the United States was probably still the world's sole superpower and he was ready to work with whoever won the presidency, but didn't want to be told how to live by Americans.
Cassandra Butts waited 820 days of her life for a confirmation from the Republican-controlled Senate that never came.
In a country where levels of gun violence are low, the killing of Jo Cox felt like a very un-British atrocity. We asked a firearms expert how on earth it could happen.
The Labour MP fought hate and injustice for her whole life. Here, the people who knew her call on others to continue that fight.
This morning, US diplomats call for a strike against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, British MP Jo Cox has died, Meat Loaf is in the hospital after collapsing onstage, and more.
More than 50 State Department officials have signed a memo sharply criticizing the Obama Administration's policy in the Syrian civil war.
After a week when his arrogance and xenophobia were on display, more and more Republicans are openly attacking Donald Trump.
Public defenders say Aaron Persky isn't known for giving whites special treatment and that trying to recall judges who don't punish harshly is bad news for people of color.
The statistics show a sharp jump from when the number was only a little over a quarter in 1981.