Proposed expansion comes days after a public outcry moved the administration to cease the practice of separating children from parents
A study by Harvard University found that the death toll in Puerto Rico stemming from Hurricane Maria is likely 70 times higher than official estimates
Volcan de Fuego created a pyroclastic flow that can travel at over 50 mph; most of Kilauea's eruptions happened as lava traveled 30 miles underground
Twelve states in the U.S. have active volcanoes, according to United States Geological Survey
What saved 1-year-old Manolo Gonzales was a decision by Rebecca LaSalle, a complete stranger living 700 miles away
"This was a real miracle for that the people were there. Everything fell into place. I am so happy. Glory to God for this"
Higher reimbursement rates have made rural hospitals targets for schemes that have generated nearly half a billion dollars in allegedly fraudulent billing
On the Arizona border, a Native American nation sees President Trump's proposed wall as a threat to its way of life
A squirrel was caught swiping M&Ms from a store at Disney's Magic Kingdom, and the video of the furry bandit has gone viral
A driver stuck in traffic appears to find an escape route by backing all the way out in reverse, but what happens next raises questions
Minutes after police said they began their pursuit, the suspect also posted a photo and video of himself in what appeared to be the stolen vehicle
About a month after the animal turned up on a Montana ranch, a DNA test has come back with its true identity
A Kansas man ran to the rescue when a baby deer fell into his swimming pool and began to flail
At 5 p.m. PT, the blaze had grown to 3,000 acres and was threatening 600 structures as it burned through the area of steep, rugged terrain
"I decided to run because I want to be the change, not just talk about being the change," says one of the women taking on the political establishment
People flooded streets in cities across the world this weekend to celebrate LGBT pride, including New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Mexico City and Santiago, Chile
A boy from Arkansas brought a sign to the airport to pick up his mom -- what his dad wrote on the sign was supposed to be a joke, but the internet took it seriously
The U.S. saw a 3.4 percent uptick in violent crime in 2016, though rates remain near historic lows. See which cities fared worst
The graduates earned near-perfect SAT scores and didn't have a grade lower than an A-minus in high school
Thurman Blevins, 31, was killed by a police officer Saturday
The government says they know where all those separated children are, but what slows the process is confirming that the people who want to communicate with them are really parents or legal guardians
Two women going on a coffee run in Boca Raton, Florida, were shocked to see two iguanas dueling in the Starbucks parking lot
An attorney for the couple told a local station that the pair were hacked and the videos were streamed online without their permission
The teens spotted Jamel Dunn struggling in a pond last July, but instead of helping they videotaped him and then posted it online.
Zsa Zsa won the title Saturday night at the Sonoma-Marin Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds in Petaluma, California
People near Memphis, Tennessee, thought they spotted a UFO a couple of weeks ago, but meteorologist have determined it to be a "roll cloud"
England lands a spot in the round of 16 with a game to spare in Group G
Hazelwood, Missouri, police and a salon owner have shared video of an angry customer trashing a nail salon in a violent rage after not being satisfied with the services she received
A teen from California stepped up to help a blind and deaf man who was alone on an Alaska Airlines flight by signing into his hand and helping him communicate
From the Arts for Autism concert to a Hello Kitty-themed bullet train, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
The author says the Trump admin's policy raised the nation's temperature more steeply than other issues because it reduced innocent children to crying in the dark
The popular podcast Ear Hustle features the stories of life within the California prison's walls – just an example of how "The Q" is changing
An exhibit recreates the apartments in which immigrant families lived in a Lower East Side building, representing generations of emigration to the U.S.
A summer perk of three-day weekends is becoming more important to employees - and to companies that value them
In a "fact sheet" released late Saturday, HHS did not say how long it might take to reunite the families
A memo recommends numerous safety precautions, including not displaying work badge in public, be careful with public conversations and using caution on all social networks
"Last night I was told by the owner of Red Hen in Lexington, VA to leave because I work for @POTUS and I politely left," Sanders tweeted
A father dreams his daughter has been killed, then she disappears -- what does her boyfriend know and could the dad's nightmare have been an omen?