Monday's incident is thought to be the first time in decades that troops have fired at each other, as border forces traditionally do not carry loaded weapons.
Trump accused Pentagon leaders Monday of pushing for conflicts solely to keep defense contractors happy.
Democrats are hoping Biden will be the first Democratic candidate to win Texas since Jimmy Carter in 1976.
Trump is on the offensive against The Atlantic after it alleged he had dismissed American veterans as "suckers" and "losers."
The unidentified man was photographed following a male elk off the trail despite calls from bystanders to stop.
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of DACA in June, but Trump has said his administration will try again to end the Obama-era program for young undocumented immigrants,
Trump's former lawyer says the president is "guilty of the same crimes" Cohen was convicted of, citing his new book as a "fundamental piece of evidence."
Intelligence officials have long warned that Russia, China and Iran are all trying to meddle in American elections.
China is the holder of the second largest number of U.S. treasuries, amid a nadir in relations between the world's largest economies.
Retired Major General Paul Eaton urged Americans to vote Trump out of office in November for the sake of the country's "honor."
Anti-regime demonstrations erupted in around 100 towns and cities last year, with a new fuel tax sparking off simmering unrest.
Alexei Navalny has long been one of President Vladimir Putin's most prominent domestic critics, and a target of the Russian regime.
Pyongyang is believed to have continued its nuclear and ICBM research, despite a 2017 moratorium on tests.
The Pentagon report released this week estimated China's nuclear arsenal at just over 200 warheads, predicting Beijing would double its number of warheads over the coming decade.
Tensions have been high along the Himalayan frontier between the two giant neighbors for months, with deadly clashes seriously undermining bilateral ties.
Iran has led the push back against the Israel-UAE normalization deal, describing it as a betrayal of the Palestinians and Muslims more broadly.
China's second aircraft carrier—its first domestically produced one—set sail for its latest sea trials on Tuesday.
Both India and China accused the other's troops of violating the disputed Himalayan border between them this weekend.
Gaetz claimed that Russia is not a significant threat to the 2020 election, though lawmakers and intelligence officials have concluded otherwise.
Melody Baldock and partner Laurissa Forrest have been in a dispute with landlord Adam Barrett since their lease expired and they stopped paying rent in April.
The Kenosha Guard event page remained up until the day after the deadly shooting in the city, despite numerous complaints from Facebook users.
A Russian national allegedly offered a Tesla employee $1 million to introduce malware onto the company's network.
American fishing vessels encountered Russian military drills off the coast of Alaska on Wednesday and were reportedly ordered to leave the area.
The president's niece Mary L. Trump released new secret recordings of conversations with Maryanne Trump Barry on Friday.
Abe said Friday he would resign, citing the re-emergence of the same chronic health condition that forced him to step down as prime minister in 2007.
U.S. Northern Command said the submarine was taking part in Russian military drills in international waters.
Japan's longest serving prime minister said Friday he would step down amid reports of his worsening health.
Teng Biao made the remarks while criticizing former client Chen Guangcheng's appearance at this week's Republican National Convention.
Iranian lawmakers have proposed new legislation that would ban all foreign messaging apps and introduce new penalties for those trying to circumvent web controls.