Close
Date TimeJuly 20, 2019
VoiceChadwick Jackson says his situation has shown him “the rotten underbelly of not being considered a citizen of this country”. He has lived in the UK since he was 10. It’s his home, and the place where his family and friends live. Yet he is facing deportation to Jamaica, a country he can barely remember.
This Man Has Lived In The UK Since The Age Of 10 But Now Faces Deportation To Jamaica
Jackson’s case is not unique. A failure to keep up with the administration around his immigration status, coupled with run-in with the police over a train ticket, have left him facing deportation – but there are many similar stories in the Caribbean community. 
When he arrived at Heathrow Airport from Jamaica in 2002, Jackson remembers being slightly in awe. He was 10 years old, and had heard a lot about Britain, the country which was now home to his mother and other siblings, who had left Jamaica three years earlier.
It was a chilly British summer day in July. Jackson was flanked by his two older brothers; they were all excited and exhausted after their first time travelling on a plane.
Hardly equipped for the weather, in just a tan-coloured t-shirt with dark jeans and sandals, Jackson’s mother scooped him up into a winter coat at the airport before taking him to Handsworth in Birmingham, where they lived as a family.
Jackson had what would be described as a normal childhood in the UK. He was a high-achiever, getting 10 GCSEs from his local secondary school, and received his national insurance card in the post at the age of 16 like everyone else.With aspirations to become a film producer, Jackson was offered a place at the National Film and Television school to sit a one-year course in ‘Creative Business for Entrepreneurs and Executives’. He was excited to start what he hoped would be a career in the media. 
In order to gain entry to the course, the 27-year-old presented his Jamaican passport, proof of address and a national insurance number.
But that’s when things started to change for Jackson. After his leave to remain expired weeks in the course, he was unable to complete it and eventually dropped out.
“I kind of took my eye off the ball while trying to build a proper life here,” he told HuffPost UK. “How many balls can you keep your eyes on when you’re in that situation? Before my leave expired, I was preoccupied with trying to live my life, moving house, paying rent, trying to earn a living and build a career to make something of myself. It just all got on top of me.” 
Because his immigration status was unclear, he found himself unable to work. When the time came to pay the £2,500 for his indefinite leave to remain application, he was unable to raise the funds. 
In February, he boarded a train from Bristol with his girlfriend. When he was asked for his ticket, he says his phone battery had died, and he was unable to show his e-ticket. An argument ensued, and he was arrested. Up to this point, Chadwick had no criminal record.
He was taken to a police station where they processed him and took his fingerprints. At that point Jackson was told that he was in the country without leave to remain.
The Home Office served him with legal documents stating that he should report to them on a monthly basis, in a town some way from where he lived.HuffPost has seen the Home Office legal document presented to Jackson on that day. It advised him that is liable for removal to Jamaica at any point for “failing to regularise his immigration status”.
Jackson is currently living with a friend, without any income of his own, or a mobile phone. He has limited resources and is unable to afford the costs of the journey to another town to report, as he is bound to do by the Home Office. He is waiting to hear whether he will be charged for his unpaid train ticket – if he is convicted, he could be deported immediately.
“This is not a dignified life,” Jackson said. “At this age, I shouldn’t be living like this. I am not saying I am entitled but this shouldn’t be happening at all.
“It’s hideous and I’ve been around the length and breadth of this country, seeing how black people and migrants are treated daily; it was never conducive for us to be in this country and the bad treatment of Jamaicans, in particular, is actually perpetual. 
“I’m frustrated. I’ve never felt like I was owed anything in life and have always worked hard to try and make something of myself”. 
Unsure of the nature of the legal documents he had been given and fearful of what might happen, Jackson attended a free immigration clinic held by lawyers at the library in Birmingham.
Given his lack of funds and inability to legally work, the firm – Vestra Lawyers –agreed to represent Jackson on a pro-bono basis. They asked the Home Office to allow him to remain in the UK on the grounds of his right to a private life here under the European Convention on Human Rights.
They argue that there are “very significant obstacles” to him reintegrating in to Jamaica, given that he has spent most of his life in Britain.
Though his siblings and a handful of people have offered support, the 27-year-old says he feels isolated.
“The people that you try to explain the situation to either don’t care or don’t get it; the people who should know better and can do right by you often seek to take advantage.
“It’s a situation where you can see the rotten underbelly of not being considered a citizen of this country. I’ve felt isolated; this situation is not pretty. It’s dark and depressing”. I’ve felt isolated; this situation is not pretty. It’s dark and depressing.Chadwick JacksonImmigration rules usually make allowances for someone who has spent at least half their life living continuously in the UK, but only if they are aged 18-24 or if they have lived in the country continuously for 20 years.
Jackson has lived in Britain for 17 years, just shy of the required two decades. And because he is 27, he cannot be considered for leave under the premise of being a youth.
Under the ‘hostile environment’ immigration policies brought in under Theresa May’s tenure as Home Secretary in 2012, it was made harder for people who have overstayed, like Jackson, to be granted leave to remain in the UK. A Home Office spokesperson told HuffPost UK: “Each case is assessed on its individual merits, taking into account the length of time a person has lived in the UK as well as the strength of their social, cultural and family ties to the UK.”
In February, protestors gathered outside the Jamaica High Commission in London following reports that up to 50 men and at least two women were scheduled for deportation sent to the Caribbean country - many of whom have lived for decades in the UK and have British families.
Six people were eventually given a last-minute reprieve the following day.
Jackson believes the treatment faced particularly by Jamaican immigrants is “irrational, unfair and heavy-handed”.
“You can understand how those so-called Yardie gangs came to be because of the level of racism put forward against us,” he says.
“I’m living in the inner city right now and I see how drugs and guns end up here. It’s a life I actively go out of my way to avoid, though; I’d rather be broke than get involved in a life of crime.″Related... Dawn Butler Blasts Theresa May's Windrush Video As 'Inappropriate And Insulting' Windrush Generation To Be Remembered In New Waterloo Station Memorial 'The UK Will Always Be Their Home': Brutal Reactions To Theresa May's Windrush Day Message

Related Stories
Republican Seeks to Delay Saturday Testimony: Impeachment UpdateRepublican Seeks to Delay Saturday Testimony: Impeachment Update
Nunes Aide Is Leaking the Ukraine Whistleblower’s Name, Sources SayNunes Aide Is Leaking the Ukraine Whistleblower’s Name, Sources Say
The Preppy Murderer Who Cried Rape—and the Media ListenedThe Preppy Murderer Who Cried Rape—and the Media Listened
Boris Johnson Called Children Of Single Mothers Ill-Raised, Ignorant, Aggressive And IllegitimateBoris Johnson Called Children Of Single Mothers 'Ill-Raised, Ignorant, Aggressive And Illegitimate'
Senior State Adviser: Pompeo’s Silence on Yovanovitch Attacks Absolutely Killed MoraleSenior State Adviser: Pompeo’s Silence on Yovanovitch Attacks Absolutely Killed Morale
Man Sticks Cannabis In His Nose, Forgets About It For 18 YearsMan Sticks Cannabis In His Nose, Forgets About It For 18 Years
Isil leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi died like a dog and coward in US special forces raid, says Donald TrumpIsil leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi 'died like a dog and coward' in US special forces raid, says Donald Trump
Amelia Bambridge Died From Drowning, Cambodian Official SaysAmelia Bambridge Died From Drowning, Cambodian Official Says
Bolivia: Jeanine Añez claims presidency after ousting of Evo MoralesBolivia: Jeanine Añez claims presidency after ousting of Evo Morales
House GOP Lawyer Tried to Out Whistleblower in Bill Taylor InterviewHouse GOP Lawyer Tried to Out Whistleblower in Bill Taylor Interview
Latest News
Strip-Searching of 8-Year-Old at Prison Leads Virginia to Halt the PracticeStrip-Searching of 8-Year-Old at Prison Leads Virginia to Halt the Practice
Trump Says Giuliani to File Report on Findings From UkraineTrump Says Giuliani to File Report on Findings From Ukraine
North Dakota county may become USs 1st to bar new refugeesNorth Dakota county may become US's 1st to bar new refugees
Screams and goodbyes as scores die in devastating India factory fireScreams and goodbyes as scores die in devastating India factory fire
FBI Treating Pensacola Navy Shooting as TerrorismFBI Treating Pensacola Navy Shooting as Terrorism
Beijing Orders Removal of Foreign Tech in State Offices, FT SaysBeijing Orders Removal of Foreign Tech in State Offices, FT Says
Peaceful Hong Kong march marred by fire outside court, police sayPeaceful Hong Kong march marred by fire outside court, police say
Booker rakes in over $1 million in campaign donations after calling out lack of diversityBooker rakes in over $1 million in campaign donations after calling out lack of diversity
United States and Iran swap prisoners in rare act of cooperationUnited States and Iran swap prisoners in rare act of cooperation
Iraqi state forces, militia man checkpoints after bloodshedIraqi state forces, militia man checkpoints after bloodshed
Leaders
Donald-TrumpDonald Trump
45th President of the United States of America
Mike-PenceMike Pence
Vice President of the United States
Boris-JohnsonBoris Johnson
British Prime Minister
Angela-MerkelAngela Merkel
Chancellor of Germany
Emmanuel-MacronEmmanuel Macron
President of France
Justin-TrudeauJustin Trudeau
Prime Minister of Canada
Nancy-PelosiNancy Pelosi
Speaker of the United States House of Representatives
Barack-ObamaBarack Obama
44th U.S. President
Theresa-MayTheresa May
Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom
Vladimir-PutinVladimir Putin
Russian President
Shinzo-AbeShinzō Abe
Prime Minister of Japan
Related Stories
Republican Seeks to Delay Saturday Testimony: Impeachment UpdateRepublican Seeks to Delay Saturday Testimony: Impeachment Update
Nunes Aide Is Leaking the Ukraine Whistleblower’s Name, Sources SayNunes Aide Is Leaking the Ukraine Whistleblower’s Name, Sources Say
The Preppy Murderer Who Cried Rape—and the Media ListenedThe Preppy Murderer Who Cried Rape—and the Media Listened
Boris Johnson Called Children Of Single Mothers Ill-Raised, Ignorant, Aggressive And IllegitimateBoris Johnson Called Children Of Single Mothers 'Ill-Raised, Ignorant, Aggressive And Illegitimate'
Senior State Adviser: Pompeo’s Silence on Yovanovitch Attacks Absolutely Killed MoraleSenior State Adviser: Pompeo’s Silence on Yovanovitch Attacks Absolutely Killed Morale
Man Sticks Cannabis In His Nose, Forgets About It For 18 YearsMan Sticks Cannabis In His Nose, Forgets About It For 18 Years
Isil leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi died like a dog and coward in US special forces raid, says Donald TrumpIsil leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi 'died like a dog and coward' in US special forces raid, says Donald Trump
Amelia Bambridge Died From Drowning, Cambodian Official SaysAmelia Bambridge Died From Drowning, Cambodian Official Says
Bolivia: Jeanine Añez claims presidency after ousting of Evo MoralesBolivia: Jeanine Añez claims presidency after ousting of Evo Morales
House GOP Lawyer Tried to Out Whistleblower in Bill Taylor InterviewHouse GOP Lawyer Tried to Out Whistleblower in Bill Taylor Interview
Latest News
Strip-Searching of 8-Year-Old at Prison Leads Virginia to Halt the PracticeStrip-Searching of 8-Year-Old at Prison Leads Virginia to Halt the Practice
Trump Says Giuliani to File Report on Findings From UkraineTrump Says Giuliani to File Report on Findings From Ukraine
North Dakota county may become USs 1st to bar new refugeesNorth Dakota county may become US's 1st to bar new refugees
Screams and goodbyes as scores die in devastating India factory fireScreams and goodbyes as scores die in devastating India factory fire
FBI Treating Pensacola Navy Shooting as TerrorismFBI Treating Pensacola Navy Shooting as Terrorism
Beijing Orders Removal of Foreign Tech in State Offices, FT SaysBeijing Orders Removal of Foreign Tech in State Offices, FT Says
Peaceful Hong Kong march marred by fire outside court, police sayPeaceful Hong Kong march marred by fire outside court, police say
Booker rakes in over $1 million in campaign donations after calling out lack of diversityBooker rakes in over $1 million in campaign donations after calling out lack of diversity
United States and Iran swap prisoners in rare act of cooperationUnited States and Iran swap prisoners in rare act of cooperation
Iraqi state forces, militia man checkpoints after bloodshedIraqi state forces, militia man checkpoints after bloodshed
Leaders
Donald-TrumpDonald Trump
45th President of the United States of America
Mike-PenceMike Pence
Vice President of the United States
Boris-JohnsonBoris Johnson
British Prime Minister
Angela-MerkelAngela Merkel
Chancellor of Germany
Emmanuel-MacronEmmanuel Macron
President of France
Justin-TrudeauJustin Trudeau
Prime Minister of Canada
Nancy-PelosiNancy Pelosi
Speaker of the United States House of Representatives
Barack-ObamaBarack Obama
44th U.S. President
Theresa-MayTheresa May
Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom
Vladimir-PutinVladimir Putin
Russian President
Shinzo-AbeShinzō Abe
Prime Minister of Japan
Instant Hotel Series 2: Everything The Netflix Show Doesn't Tell You About The Contestants
The Met Police Twitter Account Got Hacked And The Results Were... Interesting
Labour MP Gloria De Piero Quits Party Over 'Lack Of Tolerance'
Kim Kardashian And Kanye West Call On Donald Trump To Help Free A$AP Rocky
Love Island Fans Were Overjoyed With Amber's Recoupling Choice
Game Of Thrones' Varys Actor Dismisses Criticism Of Show's Ending As 'Media-Led Hate Campaign'
HS2 Could Cost A Whopping £30 Billon More Than Expected
Katy Perry Shares How Her Relationship With Orlando Bloom Differs From First Marriage
Police Manhunt Launched After CS Gas Released On London Tube
Justin Bieber Tells Donald Trump To 'Let Kids Out Of Cages' After President Comments On A$AP Rocky's Arrest
Army Recruiters Signed Off On Hundreds of Recruits Who Hadn't Passed a Required Fitness Test
Turkish jets strike Kurdish rebels after diplomat's death
Ahead of U.S. deadline, Mexico minister has fulfilled migration enforcement pledge
Mueller probe witness now faces child sex trafficking charge
Turkey and the Russia's Deadly S-400: The Air Defense System That Changed Everything
Lineup for next Democratic presidential debate revealed
Why Russia Flew Half of Its Su-57 Fighters (And It’s Not What You Think)
Geraldo Rivera says the president is the glue that holds our republic together
Biden's son Hunter makes his 1st 2020 campaign appearance
Countdown to War with Iran? USS Boxer Destroys Iranian Drone
A new version of Firefox will warn you if your passwords were pirated
Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin complains about current U.S. lunar ability
Apple’s iPhone 12 will pack a processor unlike anything else in the industry
Selena Gomez Stuns In Black Strapless Gown As MOH At Her Cousin’s Wedding
Equifax Is Said to Be Near $650 Million Settlement for Data Breach
Henry Cavill Unveils ‘The Witcher’ Trailer, Talks Performing His Own Stunts at Comic-Con
EU plans to offer Boris Johnson no-deal Brexit extension: The Guardian
House Democrats demand new testimony citing inconsistencies with newly released Michel Cohen documents
Former NFL star Mitch Petrus dies of suspected heat stroke aged just 32
YouTuber Shane Dawson talks to Eugenia Cooney about her eating disorder and rehab stint
I’m trying to bring rapper ASAP Rocky home, says Trump
The Amazon Is Brazil’s, Not Yours, Bolsonaro Tells Europeans
Zlatan Ibrahimović scores a hat-trick in the Los Angeles Derby
Pilot error blamed for ditched Pacific airliner
Saudi king approves hosting U.S. troops to enhance regional security: SPA
Meghan McCain and Joy Behar Battle Again, This Time Over Republican Silence on Trump’s Racism
In a War, Iran Could Go After a U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier and Win
An Open Secret: Russia Will Never Become a Stealth Fighter 'Superpower'
Shrine to Apostle Peter unearthed: Israeli archaeologist
Taiwan says it will treat Hong Kong asylum seekers humanely
Why no hush-money charges against Trump? Feds are silent
US offers $7 mn to find Hezbollah agent as Pompeo visits Argentina
Murderer deemed too old for prison released early, kills again
Ex-NRA Ad Firm: Um, Wayne LaPierre is Lying
Lockheed awarded $1.48 billion Saudi missile defense contract: Pentagon
All the Secret Reasons Why the AR-500 Rifle Is so Deadly
Rep Ilhan Omar’s Constituents on Trump’s Go Home Taunt: We’ve Heard it Before
Cuba says fuel shortage, blackouts are temporary, being fixed
Slim chance of ever finding Chinese scholar's body
Hong Kong protesters use signals, Post-its to hone skills
Panic as strong quake shakes Athens
Iran says it seized British tanker, denies U.S. brought down drone
‘Archer’ Renewed for Season 11 at FXX
‘Game of Thrones’ Cast Calls Final Season Backlash ‘Media-Led Hate Campaign’
No ‘Star Wars’ At Comic-Con? No Problem: Mark Hamill Takes Hall H Down Memory Lane During Netflix’s ‘Dark Crystal’ Panel
Iran Seizes British Oil Tanker, Escalating Tensions With Western Powers
Boris Johnson Faces a Fight for Survival Before He’s Even Won
'It's our America,' reminds Michelle Obama
US to send asylum seekers back to dangerous part of Mexico
End Syria hospital attacks, Russia told at UN
Iran crisis: British oil tanker seized in Strait of Hormuz as UK shipping warned to avoid area in Gulf
The Latest: Iran shows seized fuel tanker matches UAE ship
Correction: Puerto Rico-Protests-Miranda story
Strong quake hits near Greek capital of Athens, 4 hurt
White House says Trump didn't let the 'send her back' chant go on very long, will try to stop it in the future
Mexican drug lord 'El Chapo' begins life term in Colorado 'Supermax' prison
Earthquakes repeatedly striking proposed US nuclear waste site
Ex-Illinois student's life spared in killing of scholar
Sen. Thom Tillis says the media should focus on the extreme views of the 'squad'
'The Walking Dead's' First Season 10 Trailer Teases Michonne/Ezekiel Romance, the Whisperers War and More
AMC’s Third ‘Walking Dead’ Series Adds Annet Mahendru, Aliyah Royale
'Walking Dead' Movie Releases First Teaser Trailer: 'Rick Grimes Returns Only in Theaters' — Watch Video
‘The Boys’ Renewed For Season 2 By Amazon; Aya Cash Closes Deal As Stormfront
3 sentenced for violence at Virginia white nationalist rally
US weather: Potentially deadly heat wave set to break records
U.S. intelligence chief creates election security position
US student who killed Chinese scholar sentenced to life in prison
The Latest: Central Command says US intensifying air patrols
Arizona Dem. Joins Republicans in Effort to Expedite Deportation of Migrants with Invalid Asylum Claims
Lawsuit: North Dakota officers used 'violence' on protester
Henry Cavill Unveils ‘The Witcher’ Trailer, Talks Performing His Own Stunts at Comic-Con (Watch)
Trump Can’t Just Walk Away From ‘Send Her Back’
British-flagged tanker seized by Iran in escalation of Gulf tensions as second ship also veers off course
Mnuchin Says ‘No Commitment’ on Possible Capital Gains Tax Break
El Chapo: Drug lord immediately taken to 'Alcatraz' supermax jail by authorities determined to prevent him breaking out again
Gibraltar extends detention of Iranian tanker for a month
Philippine police seek sedition charges against VP, Duterte critics
Iran seizes British oil tankers for 'violating international maritime rules' as tensions escalate in Gulf
Rep. Ilhan Omar Stonewalling Hometown Paper on Marriage Controversy, Editor Says
Trump disavows 'send her back' rally chant, many Republicans alarmed
Philadelphia moves to fire 13 officers over Facebook posts
Power station fires knock out service on hot day in Madison
Trump's attacks on congresswomen could boost Biden campaign
Watch Chadwick Boseman Hunt Down Killers in New ’21 Bridges’ Trailer
Russo Brothers Announce ‘Grimjack,’ Live-Action ‘Battle of the Planets’ Adaptations
Thai court accepts complaints against PM, opposition leaders
‘Game of Thrones’ Actors Gwendoline Christie, Alfie Allen and Carice Van Houten Submitted Themselves for Emmys
Chloe Sevigny to Star in Luca Guadagnino’s HBO Drama ‘We Are Who We Are’
Sally Field, Linda Ronstadt and ‘Sesame Street’ Among 2019 Kennedy Center Honorees
'The Art of Self-Defense' star Jesse Eisenberg discusses toxic masculinity and why he loved playing Lex Luthor
New 'It Chapter Two' trailer shows why the sequel will be the bloodiest movie in Hollywood history: 'Carrie on steroids'
‘Nash Bridges’ Revival With Don Johnson in Development at USA Network
Ben Affleck and Kevin Smith reboot their friendship in the first 'Jay and Silent Bob Reboot' trailer
‘The Amazing Stan’: Stan Lee Is A Kid Again For Animated Project
Tina Fey, Ted Danson Comedy Series Ordered at NBC
Wendy Williams shades Aubrey O'Day for plastic surgery: 'What did she used to look like?'
Good Fight: [Spoiler]'s Exit Confirmed
Sally Field, 'Sesame Street' to receive Kennedy Center award
Arrowverse Crossover: Brandon Routh, Tyler Hoechlin to Both Play Superman
San Diego Comic-Con 2019 Schedule: Here Are All the Must-See Panels and Screenings
‘The Lion King’ Tops $130 Million Overseas
New ‘Halloween’ Movies Set for 2020, 2021
The trailer for 'Cats' has people asking why you can't tell the film's lead, Francesca Hayward, is black
Sanders Campaign Workers Demand $15 Hourly Wage
Wasp spray leads to 3 deaths in West Virginia after being used as alternative meth
Iran Guards say they confiscated British tanker in Strait of Hormuz
Israel unearths remains of rare ancient mosque
Dozens of whales wash up on Icelandic beach
High court rejects appeal of killer of 4 people in Omaha
Iran Guards seize 'foreign tanker' accused of fuel smuggling
Somali-born lawmaker brands Trump 'fascist' after rally taunt
Mother wrongly diagnosed with breast cancer has double mastectomy before doctors realise their mistake
Iran state TV: Iranian forces seize foreign oil tanker, crew
Baby chimp born in front of visitors at Chester Zoo
Brazil's Petrobras refuses to refuel Iran ships due to US sanctions
Mexican to seek return of Chapo Guzman's drug money
AOC confronts Trump administration official over 'images of my violent rape' on Facebook
Ramush Haradinaj, Kosovo's 'Rambo' ex-PM and Serbian antagonist
Lawyer says China has charged Chinese Australian writer
National Border Patrol Council official says Rep. Cummings is 'not telling the truth' about migrant facilities
Pompeo Calls China's Treatment of Uighurs the 'Stain of the Century'
U.S., China Trade Negotiators Talk for Second Time Since Truce
The Latest: Merkel: Britain will find its way on Brexit
Taliban say Swedish charity can re-open Afghan clinics
Berkeley drops words like 'manpower' in push to be inclusive
Meghan McCain Feels Trump’s Racism Takes Away Her ‘Agency’ to Bash Ilhan Omar
“We Can Stop All of You:” Air Force Warns that They Are Ready to Protect Area 51
Mexico president calls 'El Chapo' sentence inhumane, vows better society
The Latest: Iran says it has seized British oil tanker
Beyoncé Literally Broke Alllll the Strict Royal Rules When Meeting Meghan Markle
‘The Lion King’ Roars to $23 Million Opening on Thursday Night
Cruise Herts club: Who are the car enthusiasts and what happened at the Stevenage motor meeting?
2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Stingray's price and features draw gasps
Brexit activist Darren Grimes wins appeal against £20,000 Electoral Commission fine
NFL won’t suspend Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill in case involving son
Trump Win on Health Plans Advances Effort to Undo Obamacare
US offers $7 mn to find Hezbollah agent wanted for Argentina attack
False Racism Accusations Don’t Excuse the Real Thing
China hits back at 'hypocritical' US over religious freedom
Drug lord El Chapo immediately taken to 'Alcatraz' supermax jail by authorities determined to prevent him breaking out again
Iran dismisses Trump report that U.S. Navy downed 'provocative' drone
Pompeo announces new global body on religious freedom
Closer to War: U.S. Troops Aboard Amphibious Assault Ship Force Down Iranian Drone
Court documents tie Trump, Hicks to 2016 hush money payoff
Mob in India kills three on suspicion of cattle theft, three arrested
Bernie Sanders campaign reportedly resists unionized staff demands for $15 per hour
The Latest: Relatives of victims condemn Srebrenica ruling
Strong quake shakes Athens, knocks out phone service
George Nader, Witness in Mueller Probe, Hit With New Charges of Sex Trafficking
Squeezed by sanctions, Iranians seek day jobs in Kurdish Iraq
Two killed, 12 missing after huge blast rocks China gas plant: state media
Palm Beach Sheriff Investigating Handling of Jeffrey Epstein’s 2009 Work Release
Fox News Host to Geraldo Rivera: I Can Tell You to Go Back to Where You Came From
Problem: Iran Is Using Western Technology Against U.S. Drones
Germany honors resisters who tried to assassinate Hitler
Journalist reporting on immigration released from ‘inhumane’ US migrant detention centre after 15 months
Iran says maybe US accidentally downed its own drone as Gulf crisis simmers
'My entire world was gone': floods devastate northern Pakistan
Hong Kong Protesters Who Stormed Legco Seek Asylum in Taiwan: Report
S. Korean man kills himself as dispute with Japan escalates
Kylie Jenner Doesn't Want to Marry Travis Scott
Rep. Ilhan Omar Receives Hero's Welcome Home Amid Trump Attacks
Trump says looking closely at Amazon's bid on $10 billion Pentagon contract
South Korean dies from self-immolation near Japan's embassy
‘Welcome home Ilhan’: Huge crowd meets congresswoman Omar at Minnesota airport after Trump ‘send her back’ row
Here's Trump hating on America. Is it time for him to leave?
Britons urged to help record influx of painted lady butterflies
Beyoncé's Lion King album is more about Beyoncé than The Lion King
Sajid Javid praises Nigel Farage in speech on extremism
BBC and ITV to launch BritBox streaming service to rival Netflix
Trump blasts 4 congresswomen; crowd roars, 'Send her back!'
The Navy's 6th Generation Fighter Could Put the F-35 in a Museum
Hong Kong Protesters Who Stormed Legco Seek Asylum in Taiwan, Apple Daily Says
The Latest: Oil price rises on new Iran drone incident
Cyprus detains 12 Israeli men over allegations of gang rape of British teenager
Strong quake hits near Greek capital of Athens, sparks fear
How the Ilhan Omar Marriage Smear Went From Fever Swamp to Trump
Ingraham: The root of their rage
Tulsi Gabbard Raised Negative $20 for Her House Campaign
How Nicaragua’s Sandinista Revolution Was Resurrected—and Betrayed
The Secret Powers of the F-22 and F-35 That Keeps Enemy Fighters Away
Taiwan pledges help for Hong Kong protesters seeking sanctuary
Fox News’s star names excuse the inexcusable after Trump's latest racist attack
The Latest: Dutch Supreme Court upholds Srebrenica liability
El Chapo Cries ‘There Was No Justice’ While Being Sentenced to Life in Prison
Iran claims US shot down its own drone by mistake
Hand signals and Post-its: The Hong Kong protester playbook
Trump and Hicks spoke with Michael Cohen shortly before he struck hush-money deal with Stormy Daniels, FBI documents show
Ukraine's president says he backs prisoner swap with Russia
As Iran-U.S. Tensions Rise, Hezbollah Readies for War With Israel
Close