The president is betting that harnessing the power of the sun will decrease the cost of the wall.
In 20 years, the parade has increased participation from 2,000 to 3 million people.
The president has invoked "God's help" to free Cuba, but religious leaders disagree with his new policy. And they aren't the only ones.
The Dutch nationals disappeared in the area of El Tarra, near the border with Venezuela.
Oregon becomes the first state to allow a third gender option on drivers’ licences, while California debates the Gender Recognition Act.
In the first six months of 2017, Cancún has seen more killings than in the whole of 2016.
Cuba’s Castro chapter is coming to a close.
Italian police uncovered the fraud after the Montenegrin foreign ministry refused to pay for the man's bill at a luxury resort.
The money will cover the cost of new barriers in Texas and California.
Mexico’s National Commission of Human Rights demanded an investigation into possible negligence by local authorities in handling the case.
A majority of victims in the U.S. were people of color, transgender or gender-nonconforming, and younger than 35.
The two companies withdrew their sponsorship of New York Public Theater’s play following controversy over the play's modern adaptation.
The team will face England at the U20 World Cup final on Sunday.
Governor Eric Greitens has called a second extraordinary session in his first year in office to discuss stricter rules on abortion.
Mexico committed to more sustainable fishing practices to protect the species from extinction.
Michelle Carter was on the phone with her boyfriend Conrad Roy III the night he took his own life.