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“The assault on our country at our Southern Border, including the Criminal elements and DRUGS pouring in, is far more important to me, as President, than Trade or the USMCA,” Trump tweeted.
Journalist Anabel Hernández has been investigating collusion between government officials and drug cartels, as well as the illicit drug trade and abuse of power, for Mexico’s biggest publications for more than two decades.
Any results in the investigation into dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance and alleged murder would be made public, the Turkish Interior Ministry said.
Trump made his comments Thursday in an interview with The New York Times, admitting that he believes intelligence reports pointing to a top Saudi official are accurate.
Trump has addressed an estimated 300 questions from reporters in the past 11 days, according to an analysis.
The U.S. Bureau of Prisons expressed fears that its low-security correctional facilities could run out of space for inmates due to a rise in convicted immigrants being jailed, according to a redacted contract request.
The chance of a recession within the next year is only 28 percent, and the chance that the U.S. faces an economic downturn in the next three years is higher than 80 percent, one tracker found.
Bolsonaro’s popularity has grown dramatically since the first round of voting took place on October 7. Prior to that, he was predicted to narrowly lose to his opponent in the expected event of a run-off.
An apparent insider attack struck the governor's palace in Kandahar, leaving a prominent police chief dead shortly after he met a top U.S. general.
With their deep attachment to the spirit of the land, Mongolia’s nomadic herders continue to live as they have for centuries. French photographer Frédéric Lagrange documents their lives in his new book, “Mongolia.”
Drug resistance threatens recent gains against the disease—but research shows there's reason to be optimistic.
The president's net approval rating in Big Sky Country has taken a steep tumble since inauguration.
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