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Door handles blistering to the touch. Leaves yellowed and brittle. And a yawning divide between AC haves and have-nots.
Trump weighs blocking Americans at the Mexico border, but legal authority is shaky and no decision has been made
A Trump administration proposal to curb travel from Mexico by U.S. citizens and permanent residents remains in a draft stage and saddled with doubts.
Before she gave birth in Peru’s largest maternity hospital, Mar�a Alvarez closed her eyes and made one request through her face mask.
Federal agents have arrested an accountant as part of an ongoing investigation into a corruption case involving Puerto Rico’s former education secretary
Germany’s government is urging citizens to keep their guard up and stick to public health guidelines, as new COVID-19 infections have hit a three-month high and schools reopened in the country’s most populous state
The British economy shrank by more than 20 percent in the second quarter, its steepest drop on record.
The office for Liberia’s Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor says she has flown to Ghana to undergo additional treatment after developing “respiratory complications.”
Mauritius says it is seeking compensation from the owners of a Japanese ship that’s spilling oil after it grounded in the shallow waters off the Indian Ocean island nation
Attacks on tourists, some fatal, are prompting more signs and warnings: “The mountain pasture is no petting zoo.”
Opponents say interim president Jeanine Áñez is trying to cling to power; ousted former president Evo Morales is urging restraint.
A week after the explosion in Beirut, a new food crisis is only the tip of the iceberg of Lebanon's troubles.
The allegations are the most serious yet against Nieto, who has maintained that his campaign did not receive illegal donations.
Chinese President Xi Jinping signed a sweeping new national security law that will dramatically overhaul the city’s freedoms.