Trump Signs Executive Orders Aimed at Illegal Immigration

The great wall on the U.S.-Mexico border that President Donald Trump promised on the campaign trail took a big step closer to becoming reality Wednesday when he signed two executive

Obama commutes 330 sentences, most in single day

President Barack Obama granted 330 commutations, the White House announced Thursday, the most commutations given in a single day by a US president. The announcement comes within 24 hours of

Orlando officer Debra Clayton remembered as a difference-maker

On the day she was laid to rest, Orlando police officer Debra Clayton received one final honor from her department. She was promoted to lieutenant. Clayton, 42, was killed Monday as she

Escaped California inmate had been ordered deported in 1998

SANTA ANA, Calif. –  An inmate who along with two others escaped from a California jail had been ordered deported to Vietnam in 1998 but has been in this country

Banks Reach $154.3 Million Settlement

Published by Associated Press WASHINGTON –  Two major global banks, Barclays and Credit Suisse, will pay a combined $154.3 million to settle state and federal investigations that they misled clients about

Top Candidates Attack but Express Cautious Optimism about Winning

Published on The first major test for the 2016 presidential candidates is now just hours away with the Iowa Caucus on Monday — its outcome a likely sign of whether

Hyundai recalls 470,000 Sonatas to replace engines

Hyundai is recalling nearly a half-million midsize cars in the U.S. to replace the engines because a manufacturing problem could cause them to fail. The recall covers 470,000 Sonata sedans

5 Auto Repair Shop Scams Your Mechanic Might Try

“High scare equals high profit,” says John Ibbotson, Consumer Reports’ chief mechanic, who has been in the auto parts and service business since 1990. If your mechanic already has you