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Former white supremacists help others leave hate…

Activists are combatting what many see as a surge in white nationalism across the United States

Q&A: Becoming a US citizen _ who can do it, and how?

Immigrant advocates say they've seen a huge spike in calls and questions about how legal permanent residents can become U.S. citizens since President Trump's executive orders on immigration and travel

Outrage over revolving door of criminal illegal…

Steve Harrigan reports from Jacksonville, Florida

'Not My President's Day' Rallies Held Across The…

The original protest was organized as a way to speak out against President Trump's policies, but it grew to encompass a number of issues.

Federal prosecutors accuse NC man of making online threats

The US Attorney's Office has accused a North Carolina man of posting threats against non-Muslims online

A look at naturalizations in the US, by the numbers

A by-the numbers look at naturalizations in the U.S

5 rescued from swollen creek as storms pummel…

Fire crews have rescued five people who were stranded in flooding at a homeless encampment along a San Jose creek after a series of robust storms drenched already soggy Northern California

How Dept of Education can improve science…

Dr. Margaret Honey, President & CEO of the NY Hall of Science, and Jaymes Dec discuss the importance of STEM education and how the Department of Education can make improvements

Norway Is Donating $10 Million To Women's Health…

It's a response to Donald Trump's reinstatement of a rule preventing NGOs that provide or promote abortions from receiving government funding.

Drew Peterson transferred out of Illinois prison system

Former suburban Chicago police officer Drew Peterson has been transferred from the Illinois prison system

At UN, US envoy stresses 'commitment' to European…

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is stressing America's "total commitment" to its European allies

Jill Biden named board chair of aid group Save…

Jill Biden, educator and wife of former Vice President Joe Biden, has been named board chair of Save the Children

TX border residents want more security, but don't…

Texas border residents say they want stronger border security, but it doesn't necessarily have to be a wall

Western Films Made Us Believe There Weren't Black…

The Wild West wouldn't have been the same without black cowboys.

Missouri man charged with trying to plan terrorist attack

Federal officials say a Missouri man is charged with helping to plan what he believed would be a terrorist attack in Kansas City

After Trump travel ban, immigrants seek to…

Since Trump's immigration enforcement order and travel ban, immigrants have been rushing to prepare applications to become U.S. citizens

Deadline to leave pipeline protest camp won't be…

The Army Corps of Engineers says it won't extend a deadline for Dakota Access oil pipeline opponents to vacate their encampment in North Dakota

Administration reveals plan to deport illegal…

Is President Trump being more generous than President Obama?

Traffic's Costing You More Than You Think…

Between gas, time wasted and higher prices for consumers, the cost of stop-and-go traffic adds up.

Lawsuit: Black cop told to style hair like white officer's

A New Jersey police officer has sued her department, saying she endured years of racial and gender discrimination

Prep school grad in court for hearing on possible…

A New Hampshire prep school graduate convicted of using a computer to lure a girl for sex is in court for a hearing on whether he deserves a new trial

Panda express: Bao Bao on nonstop flight to China

The National Zoo in Washington has said its final goodbye to its panda cub Bao Bao

Good Samaritans save teens from freezing Central…

Group fell through ice trying to take selfies

75 Years Ago: An Executive Order Sent 120,000…

President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the executive order. The government has since apologized, calling it "a grave injustice."