Presidential candidates talk about solutions to the epidemic of murdered and missing native women and girls.
Brazil's space agency reports a record of more than 72,000 fires this year, up 80 percent from 2018.
The Commerce Department and Mexican tomato growers will have the opportunity to sign a final agreement next month.
Private prisons in Mississippi and Louisiana contracted with ICE to increase detention capacity, even before recent ICE raids on agricultural plants.
Venezuela and Uruguay warned their citizens about traveling to the U.S. after shootings in El Paso and Dayton.
The Russian president's comments came after the U.S. withdrew from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty on Friday, causing it to expire.
According to her publisher, Morrison died Monday night at Montefiore Medical Center in New York.
The drills will focus on verifying Seoul's "capabilities for its envisioned retaking of wartime operational control" of its troops from Washington.
Mexico's government is working to limit Central American migration at the country's southern border.
President Trump imposes new 10 percent tariff on $300 million in Chinese goods. Analysts say China could retaliate against U.S. firms, but it's risky.
Some cabinet ministers resigned because they oppose Johnson's openness to a no-deal Brexit, but some turnover is to be expected.
Facebook agreed to pay the penalty and implement new privacy and security regulations.
Her exit comes one day after members of her ruling Conservative Party selected Boris Johnson as their new leader.
Gov. Ricardo Rosselló and other officials have been under heightened scrutiny after over 800 pages of their vulgar group chat logs were published.
Julián Castro wants to decriminalize crossing the border, and he's taking aim at the federal law that makes it a crime.
FBI Director Christopher Wray said "Russians are absolutely intent on trying to interfere with our elections."
An attorney for President Trump said the filing is part of "ongoing efforts to end presidential harassment."
One of Boris Johnson's first tasks as the U.K.'s new prime minister will be sorting out the diplomatic standoff with Iran.
The Justice Department is looking to see if big online platforms have hurt competition, among other things.
The regulation would bar taxpayer-funded family planning clinics from referring women for abortions.
Palestinians say the demolition is "a serious escalation" against the Palestinian people.
A GOP-led Senate committee is set to host an historic hearing on standalone marijuana legislation to allow state-legal weed businesses to use banks.
The Raise the Wage Act would gradually bring the federal minimum wage up from $7.25 to $15 by 2025. But it's not expected to become law.