Chicago Teachers Union executives have spent weeks whipping their members into a froth over this Friday's planned classroom walkout. They've stoked members' anger over Chicago Public Schools' bid to phase out a generous pension deal the near-bankrupt district can no longer afford.
Fidel Castro to Obama: We don't need your presents
Fidel Castro responded Monday to President Barack Obama's historic trip to Cuba with a long, bristling letter recounting the history of U.S. aggression against Cuba, writing that "we don't need the empire to give us any presents."
Obama admin hacks iPhone, ends legal battle but questions linger
The extraordinary legal fight pitting the Obama administration against technology giant Apple Inc. ended unexpectedly after the FBI said it used a mysterious method without Apple's help to hack into a California mass shooter's iPhone.
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U.S. Secret Service: Absolutely no guns at GOP convention, petition or no petition There will not be any firearms allowed inside Quicken Loans Arena at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this summer -- regardless of how many people demand otherwise, the U.S. Secret Service reiterated Monday.
More Evidence of Clinton Corruption Yields Little Interest from the Media Hillary Clinton's email scandal keeps on growing, with new revelations that offer more justification for an indictment. Yet the mainstream media have long maintained that Mrs. Clinton is not the target of the two ongoing FBI investigations.
Crowd cheers Cruz at stop in Altoona Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz promised to repeal Obamacare, destroy the Islamic State, create millions of jobs and implement a flat tax so simple that Americans could file their taxes on a postcard during a 75-minute campaign stop.
Trump looks to decertify Louisiana delegates Donald Trump's presidential campaign said it plans to challenge Louisiana's delegate selection, a day after the GOP candidate threatened to sue over the possibility that the state's uncommitted delegates could back his rival, Ted Cruz.
Brussels and the Border The bombs that killed 35 and injured 300 in Brussels, Belgium, shutting down the capital city of the European Union, followed a familiar pattern. Young Muslim men born to immigrant parents were inspired by radicals overseas to wage holy war against Western civilization.
U.S. Capitol gunman shot by police, involved in previous disturbance there, officials say A man was shot at the U.S. Capitol complex's visitor center Monday afternoon after he pulled a gun and aimed it at a police officer while going through a security checkpoint, officials said.