The caravan traveling from Central America begins arriving in the northern Mexico border city, setting up a potential confrontation with American authorities.
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Carcillo has become the face of the brain-trauma lawsuits brought by retired players against the N.H.L. But his reputation from his playing career isn’t doing him any favors.
Brazil’s far-right president-elect, Jair Bolsonaro, said a program that sends thousands of Cuban doctors to underserved regions of his country amounted to “slave labor.”
It is the first impact crater discovered under one of Earth’s ice sheets, according to the scientists who found it.
In a boost to Miami’s culinary scene, a city that had no food halls now has four and counting.
The case of Daniel García, charged with murder, exemplifies many flaws of Mexico’s old justice system. An overhaul of the system has helped others — but not him.
Highway BR-262 is among the deadliest in the world for wildlife. Biologist Wagner Fischer has been monitoring its grim toll for more than two decades.
Canadian teenagers use more marijuana than youths anywhere else in the world. The government hopes legalization will change that.
A caravan of Central American migrants has left Mexico City, bound for the U.S. border. The group has forced a reckoning in Mexico over the treatment of migrants.
“Where there is indigenous land,” newly elected President Jair Bolsonaro has said, “there is wealth underneath it.”
Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo sought fame on social media by flaunting what nature — and men — gave them. Then they got locked up abroad.
Sarah Lyall, author of the Abroad in America newsletter, reflects on explaining the midterm elections to a global audience
She’s slept on the ground, eaten handouts and walked for miles. But after weeks traveling with her children, Ani Alvarado is not turning back. “I get used to whatever.”
For 41 years, Dom Salvador has been playing jazz standards at the River Café under the Brooklyn Bridge. He’s ready for the spotlight again.
Three new genetic analyses lend detail, and mystery, to the migration of prehistoric humans throughout the Western Hemisphere.
In 1939, Canada refused desperate pleas for asylum by the captain of the St. Louis, a ship with more than 900 passengers. Most were Jews fleeing Germany.
Fourteen people were arrested in Peru, including a former head of the national police, accused of selling children taken from vulnerable women.
The Democrats’ control of the House of Representatives may create new trade headaches for Canada.
“We need more weed!” a shopkeeper lamented. Suppliers underestimated the demand and didn’t grow enough, retailers said.
Mr. Clement acknowledged sending sexually explicit photographs and video to a woman, but said he had believed she had consented to it.