The mayor of Superior, a town at the center of a controversial mining project in Arizona, said the news was "very disappointing."
Congressional lawmakers raised concerns with Washington's special envoy to Afghanistan in hearings this week about the future of the war-torn country with a resurgent Taliban and U.S. troops withdrawn.
The three-mile section of privately-funded border wall puts a butterfly conservatory at risk of flooding with hurricane season just around the corner.
National Nurses United called for the CDC to revise its mask guidance two days after California announced it will keep its stricter mask mandate in place until June 15.
By early May, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) reported at least 9,392 acres burned since the start of the year—more than three times the five-year average Cal Fire reported over the same time period in previous years.
An economic recovery package worth $100 billion is part of the California governor's new $267.8 billion budget proposal.
The DHS attributed the levee damage to construction undertaken during former President Donald Trump's administration, which the DHS said "blew large holes" in the levees.
Ransomware attacks are "lucrative" and "easy" for the groups behind them, one cyber security expert told Newsweek.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a press release last month warning about damage to flood barrier systems in Texas' Hidalgo County, which it attributed to the construction of former President Donald Trump's border wall.
A U.S.-based task force is working to deliver 100,000 oxygen concentrators to India to assist with the country's latest COVID-19 wave.
At least 50 people have died and more than 100 have been injured in the May 8 bombings, though an expert at the U.S. Institute of Peace said those numbers are likely to tick higher.
The director of the ACLU's Human Rights Program said an international inquiry would complement domestic efforts to address police violence in the U.S.
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin told the Leaders Summit on Climate on April 22 that "climate change is making the world more unsafe and we need to act."
Ron Kim made headlines for publicly criticizing Governor Andrew Cuomo. The state assemblyman on pandemic recovery, the economic divide and his legislative priorities for New York.
Women's rights advocates have criticized the United States' plan to withdraw troops from Afghanistan without securing assurances from the Taliban about protections for women.
The program was "the right thing for us to do," the chair of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors said. There are more than 40 programs in the U.S. that provide legal assistance to migrants facing deportation, but none are along the nation's southern border.
Scripps Health in San Diego County was targeted by a cyberattack over the weekend, and the hospital system's website remained offline Monday afternoon.
The independent commission called upon the global community to support an International Criminal Court investigation, though the U.S. is not a member state of the ICC.
DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said in March that ransomware "now poses a national security threat."
Experts from the public and private sectors collaborated to produce a report published Thursday that provides recommendations for responding to ransomware attacks.
Warrants are particularly tough to secure when prosecutors want to conduct searches at an attorney's home or office, according to evidence collection steps outlined in a Department of Justice handbook.
The House Judiciary Committee voted earlier this month to advance H.R. 40, a reparations bill that has languished in the House for more than three decades.
The woman's attorney said she felt "shock" and "disgust" when she heard the officers discussing the arrest later at the booking office.
According to the CBP, the girl's rescue was the second of its kind that soldiers have assisted Border Patrol agents this year. The number of Border Patrol encounters with unaccompanied minors in Laredo, Texas has increased 27% over those reported last March.
Some 49% of the U.S. agricultural workforce is undocumented. A new bill making its way through Congress would expand systems already in place that help U.S. employers hire migrant workers legally.
"Without these H-2A workers, these apples would not get picked," Jason Minard of Minard's Family Farm said.
More than a year into the coronavirus pandemic, undocumented migrant workers are still among the last in the U.S. to receive protection against the virus that has infected more than 31.4 million people nationwide.
Climate change was included in the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence's annual threat assessment, which was publicly released on Tuesday.
Enhancing law enforcement presence in Central America could push migrants into dangerous terrains, one immigration advocate warned.
The woman was attacked on March 22 in Brooklyn, police said.