John Harold hired jobless Americans to help on his farm, and says they proved to be less reliable and less willing to perform the hard work than foreign workers.
A survey conducted in Victoria, British Columbia revealed that quality of community and environment played a very big part in determining the degree of happiness people felt.
American-born children of undocumented residents are living in fear of their parents' deportation as Alabama's new immigration law takes effect.
George Wright, convicted for the murder of a service station worker during an armed robbery in 1962, was finally captured Monday in Sintra, Portugal.
A 26-year-old Boston man is arrested and charged with plotting to blow up the Pentagon and the Capitol Building with a remote-controlled aircraft fitted with explosives.
On Saturday, several hundred people took part in the ongoing campaign broadly known as "Occupy Wall Street," where at least 80 people were arrested.
A new Broadway play called "The Mountaintop" imagines Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s private moments in his hotel room in the hours leading up to his death.
Highlights from the third Republican debate: Texas Governor Rick Perry stumbles, audience boos Don't Ask, Don't Tell question from gay soldier, new candidate Gary Johnson joins the roster.
Judge rules in favor of Bloomberg LP -- the company's female employees claimed it had discriminated against them in pay and promotions after they took maternity leave.
International Monetary Fund says global economic outlook grim, warns continuing economic woes in Europe and the US could drag those economies back into recession.