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Trump administration postpones many immigration hearings, but courts remain open for detained children and other asylum-seekers
Despite calls to close immigration courts and release detainees, the US Department of Justice announced it was only postponing some hearings.
The coronavirus pandemic will almost certainly cause a permanent expansion of America’s social safety net
Opinion | The coronavirus pandemic will almost certainly cause a permanent expansion of America's social safety net.
Surreal photos show houses encased in ice on the shores of Lake Erie, and they look like a scene out of the movie “Frozen”
Waterfront properties on Lake Erie near Buffalo, New York, resemble ice sculptures following a winter storm that began late last week.
Some smartphone games and weather apps are reportedly feeding location data into a database that the Trump administration is using to enforce its bord...
Users allowed the apps to track their location. That information went into a database that was sold to customers like CBP.
eBay shares tumbled after the New York Stock Exchange's owner said it would not pursue a deal with the e-commerce firm.
Insiders say a Palantir exec claimed profitability and compared Project Maven to the nuclear bomb in January all-hands
Palantir believes that its work helping drones autonomously identify targets is as important as the race to develop nuclear weapons.
We went to NYC’s Rockefeller Center, home to the most iconic skating rink in America, and discovered why it’s such an iconic holiday activ...
Rockefeller Center's famous ice rink opened for the first time on Christmas Day in 1936. Since then, it has become an iconic holiday activity.
Ice melt can save you from slipping on a patch of ice or slick snow. Check out our guide to find the best ice melt you can buy.
Almost half of all weather-related crashes in the US take place in snowy, slushy, or icy conditions. Follow these tips to keep yourself safe.
ICE arrested an estimated 250 people who enrolled in a fake university set up by federal authorities as part of an immigration sting operation
A grand-jury indictment from January alleged that "the University was being used by foreign citizens as a 'pay to stay' scheme" to obtain visas.