Even as Biden officials call Title 42 a “source of pain” and stop expelling asylum seekers to Mexico late at night or far from where they crossed the border, they’re defending the Trump-era pandemic-policy.
The onslaught, the worst in seven years, has left hundreds dead — the vast majority of them Palestinians — along with more than 1,000 wounded.
Washington is grappling with a sharp increase in migrant families and children. But Mexico faces an even graver crisis amid large-scale expulsions from U.S.
With his carefully crafted social media presence and populist politics, Nayib Bukele has become one of the most popular politicians on Earth. Now just one question remains: What does he want?
President Biden’s Republican critics charge that he has foisted a “bait and switch” on voters — that he campaigned as a moderate but veered abruptly to the left after he arrived at the White House.
The most visionary and effective approaches to global engagement add domestic issues to foreign affairs.
Long before Ethan Nordean led the Proud Boys in the Capitol riot, he washed dishes at his family’s restaurant on Puget Sound.
The cremated remains of Eugenia Yuspeh were mailed to New Orleans but never arrived.
Although battles in Gaza have garnered more attention, analysts say, the ongoing strife poses a graver threat in the long term.
New York Rep. Elise Stefanik, a moderate turned Trump loyalist, was elected to the post that Liz Cheney of Wyoming held for over two years.
Afghan government spokesmen say a bomb has exploded near a school in west Kabul, killing more than 30 people, many of them young students.
High-rise apartment towers are hotbeds of infections, whereas some slums are proving resilient after enduring the first wave of the virus last year.
Only about 3.6 million babies were born in 2020, down from about 3.75 million in 2019. The birth rate in the U.S. hasn’t been this low since 1979.
Family separations don’t occur only at the Mexican border, as Carlos Rivera and his young son discovered when they crossed into the U.S. from Canada.
President Biden stops in Lake Charles and New Orleans, in a state dogged by water-control issues, to seek GOP support for infrastructure spending.