Several elected officials and faith leaders on Monday called for an investigation into the way police arrested and incarcerated protesters at a suburban St. Louis mall, with many referring to the altercation as a "police riot."
The U.S. military launched six drone strikes against Islamic State positions in Libya on Friday, months after militants were driven from safe havens there.
China has tightened the financial screws on North Korea, imposing and enforcing United Nations sanctions to an unprecedented level, experts say. But Beijing remains unwilling to completely isolate the regime and has not completely cut all financial ties.
A man believed to be an American citizen who was fighting with Islamic State militants has surrendered in Syria and is now in U.S. custody.
Thousands of 9/11 victims' relatives, survivors, rescuers and others are expected to gather Monday at the World Trade Center to remember the deadliest terror attack on American soil.
A postal worker was injured when a pipe bomb exploded at a post office in northwestern Indiana, and the FBI said Thursday it is investigating whether it was an act of terrorism.
A first-person, expert account of the response to Hurricane Harvey from a Senior Federal Air Marshal who has worked for the Department of Homeland Security.
Harvey's Impact: The Gulf Coast is far too vital to the U.S. economy to ignore, and infrastructure improvements to better manage flooding must be part of the rebuilding efforts.
The bulk of the roughly 4,000 additional troops headed to Afghanistan will probably be composed of thousands of paratroopers from two units.
Judge wonders "what universe" the government got the idea that the mother-in-law of a U.S. resident could enter while cousins, aunts and uncles, and grandparents are barred.