In addition to the extra 5,000 troops announced Monday, a Pentagon official told Newsweek that there would be an additional 7,000 on round-the-clock standby.
While El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras are not undergoing any active conflicts, they have been scarred by wars fueled in part by the U.S.
The parents allegedly told the Hispanic students to "speak English" and "This is America."
Mohammed bin Salman "wants to enjoy the fruits of First World modernity and Silicon Valley and cinemas and everything, but at the same time he wants also to rule like how his grandfather ruled Saudi Arabia," Khashoggi said.
In a new report, The World Economic Forum says the Fourth Industrial Revolution will eventually radically overhaul both governments and businesses everywhere—and some countries are more prepared than others.
Half of Trump voters think immigrants have it easier in America than folks who were born in the U.S.
"I have not found any monstrous men in these islands, as many had thought."
The former secretary of state said he doubted President Donald Trump could ever be a "moral leader."
In 1499, a merchant named William Weston headed the first English-led expedition to North America.
When asked by one journalist if he had a message for young women across the country, the president responded by saying that "women are doing great."
The bottom 50 cities and neighborhoods all have a life expectancy at least 13 years or less than the national average.
The Morning Joe co-host said the country rebuilt after the attacks 17 years ago, but the president has torn at the nation's image.
Bryant Neal Viñas wanted to die a suicide bomber but was rejected due to his lack of "religious knowledge."
28 percent of Facebook users believe they've completely lost control of their news feed.
Brazilian President Michel Temer called the loss of much the National Museum's 20 million items "a sad day for all Brazilians."
Since research has highlighted the brain injury risks of on-the-field collisions, private companies have come up with various solutions.
China claimed the disputed Spratly Islands as its own and told a U.S. Navy spy plane flying over to "avoid any misunderstanding."
Russia's envoy to Argentina said he had "information indicating that terrorists probably consider using Latin America for their criminal goals."