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The Electronic Questionnaires for Investigations Processing system will be offline for four to six weeks.
A Spanish-language institute says the U.S. is the second largest Spanish-speaking country in the world.
Jeb Bush said Monday that the Confederate flag has become a "racist" symbol and applauded efforts to remove the flag outside the South Carolina State Capitol after a racially motivated church shooting.
Glenn Ford, a former death row inmate who served 30 years in a Louisiana prison for a murder he didn't commit, died early Monday morning.
Opponents say the law, which would have taken effect Wednesday, would force all but nine abortion clinics in Texas to close.
Should the burning of several churches in the South recently be interpreted as a has hate-crime wave?
A lone state trooper came face to face with the remaining prison escapee and took him down in rain-soaked fields just miles from the Canadian border.
SWU will honor the life of DePayne Middleton-Doctor by offering full scholarships to each of her four children, should they decide to attend.
Scientists and spacefliers will be focusing attention on near-Earth objects when the first-ever Asteroid Day plays out on Tuesday.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday against the Obama administration's attempt to limit power plant emissions of mercury and other air pollutants.
the ultimate goal of Daily Table is to help low-income families realize the benefits of choosing fresh food instead of junk food.
"I don't regret none of this," Mitchelle Blair told the judge Monday. "I don't feel no remorse for the death of those demons."
Hisham Barakat is the top Egyptian official to be assassinated since the ouster of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi two years ago.
A new viral fad promotes unhealthy body image, according to a medical expert. KARE's Renee Tessman reports.
A hotel worker who witnessed the massacre at a tourist resort in Tunisia said the killer "looked like he was taking a stroll on the beach."
For Haider Oraibi, director of the Iraqi National Museum in Baghdad, the statues and relics being erased from Iraqi history have great significance.
The U.S. Supreme Court today agreed to take another look at affirmative action in college admissions, a boost to opponents of the practice.