President Biden signed the $280-billion PACT Act into law Wednesday morning, expanding healthcare and benefits for veterans injured by wartime exposure to toxins. The law was a special victory for one California family.
Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken urges free and fair Congo elections following the government’s arrest of a key opposition figure and its backsliding on climate action.
The gang rape of eight women revives South Africa horrors.
How a 2010 earthquake led thousands of Haitians to flee to Chile.
“Remain in Mexico,” formally known as the Migration Protection Protocols Policy, forced back more than 60,000 asylum-seekers during the Trump administration, as part of an effort to deter migration at the southern border.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has upended the operations of what was the world’s fourth-largest grain exporter, with global consequences.
Trump said Monday that his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida was raided by federal agents.
Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken has a tough sell in the new U.S. strategy for sub-Saharan Africa.
China viewed U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan as a direct challenge. As tensions ratchet up, Taiwan is preparing for war. Are its people ready?
Time and again, a mining company promised to clean up uranium waste in New Mexico. Now it wants to buy out residents and avoid full cleanup.
Senate Democrats united behind the Inflation Reduction Act to address healthcare, taxes and climate change and to let Medicare negotiate drug prices.
Senate Democrats cleared their first procedural vote of their healthcare, tax and climate bill.
Local opposition to solar and wind farms could be a huge barrier to clean energy.
A backlash against the Supreme Court could create a breakwater against a Republican red wave in November.
Even before Ayman Zawahiri’s assassination, Al Qaeda was a weakened, regionalized terrorist organization.