"And this has caused Central American migrants, and also from our country, wanting to cross the border thinking that it is easier to do so," Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said Tuesday.
A new poll released Saturday by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows a majority of Georgia voters have unfavorable views of President Donald Trump, GOP Governor Brian Kemp and the Republican Party as a whole.
The Republican Kentucky senator continued to challenge the legitimacy of Joe Biden's victory Sunday morning.
A U.N. panel of health experts released a report Monday that highlights slow responses to COVID-19 in early 2020.
"You're seeing irrational, angry behavior, it's unpatriotic," Brad Raffensperger said Sunday. "We had an election, like I said, I wish my guy would have won and it looks like he's not."
A Financial Times global survey reveals young people are frustrated over unemployment, student loan debts, and pandemic restrictions—and seemingly uncaring older generations.
Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf said Portland, Oregon residents are facing "lawlessness and chaos," after another night of violent clashes turned deadly.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who in late March referred to COVID-19 as a "little cold," is enjoying his highest approval ratings and a tiny percentage of residents who blame him for the world's second-highest toll death.
The top Chinese and Russian diplomats spoke over the phone Friday about concerns that President Donald Trump's "America first" policy has tarnished the country's international credibility.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Giménez responded to rapidly rising cases across South Florida by pointing to "thousands of young people" in protests as at least partially responsible.
Mexican health officials, doctors and residents along the border with the United States say new outbreaks of COVID-19 are tied to people crossing south over the border.
Activist and TV personality Monica Lewinsky urged pundits and political analysts to stop using her name in the frequent comparisons between former President Bill Clinton's 1998 impeachment and that of Donald Trump's today.
"Fox & Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt said Americans only want to "hear from the boss" as she joined President Donald Trump's campaign manager in applauding the end of "grandstanding" at White House press briefings.
At least two high-level Republican lawmakers blamed video game violence for "dehumanizing" people and encouraging the El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio mass shootings over the past 24 hours.
"My opinions on automation, immigration, and the rest predate Trump."
Fox & Friends and several Republicans blamed Hollywood celebrities and elite women of the media dubbed "The Matriarchy" for stirring outrage against anti-abortion laws and inciting anti-Trump "hate."
The president told Fox News that Beijing "took advantage of us for many, many years."
Fox News abruptly cut off a guest and went to commercial as he suggested Saturday's San Diego-area synagogue shooting and a rise in U.S. anti-Semitism was tied to Trump's election and the president's failure to condemn the 2017 Charlottesville rallies.
Despite touting the GOP as "the party of health care," the White House press secretary is the latest Trump administration official unable to outline an alternative to the Affordable Care Act.
Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut condemned Alex Jones and Silicon Valley companies for promulgating false conspiracy theories related to school shootings, after one victim's father and two survivors died in apparent suicides.
American supporters of Donald Trump littered social media with posts condemning accusations tying the president's anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant rhetoric to Friday's shooting at two New Zealand mosques.
"It is beyond arrogance for American businesses or individuals to boast they they have 'done it alone,'" Buffett wrote in his annual letter to shareholders, seemingly taking a swipe at President Trump.
A majority of Americans blame President Donald Trump more than his Democratic opponents for the ongoing government shutdown, according to two polls released Sunday.
The shutdown has become the longest in history, and 800,000 government workers missed their first paychecks on Friday.
Authorities are investigating what exactly prompted the 200 teens to erupt in a fistfight.
"I would hardly be able to stand it," Hirono told MSNBC Thursday.
Fox Business host Charles Payne gave a host of reasons the stock market was struggling. Among them: Democrats' tone.
In an interview with Chris Wallace, the president said firefighters were raking leaves.
"Every time some anti-white, anti-American, anti-freedom event takes place, you look at it, and it's Jews behind it," the posters read.