The president, speaking at the General Assembly, doubled down on his “America First” foreign policy. He did have a few kind words for North Korea.
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A look at the global organization as representatives of the 193 member countries gather for the 73rd annual session of the General Assembly.
Leaders from around the world have gathered in New York to deal with a host of nettlesome issues, ranging from Iran’s nuclear program to North Korea to wars in the Middle East.
Women are organizing a social media campaign and street protests to voice anger at Jair Bolsonaro, the far-right candidate known for sexist comments.
As the leaders of the 193 members of the United Nations converge in New York for their annual meeting, attention is on the unpredictable behavior of President Trump.
The nation’s reds rival pricier French bottles, and exports from a small number of vineyards are starting to trickle into the U.S.
While much attention has focused on Puerto Rico’s slow recovery from Hurricanes Maria and Irma, other islands have also struggled. The British Virgin Islands were among the worst hit.
As Quebecers go to the polls on Oct. 1 in provincial elections, the issue of independence has been sidelined for the first time in decades.
Tens of thousands are seeking asylum, shelter and work, posing a challenge to the government and society of Nicaragua’s neighbor to the south.
If the Colombian city cannot bury the memory of the drug lord Pablo Escobar, it at least wants to control how and where his story gets told.
A look back on 100 editions of the Canada Letter, and an invitation to tell us what you want from the next 100.
President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico was stuck for hours on a commercial flight this week, but still vowed to sell the presidential plane.
The dismissal came nearly two years after Renato Ávila Viana was accused of head-butting an ex-girlfriend, who lost a tooth and needed surgery.
The documents paint a clearer picture of the terror Faisal Hussain caused during a shooting spree this summer but leave many questions unanswered. What, for example, was his motive?
A U.N. report says coca growing farms now take up more area than the footprint of Los Angeles, despite efforts to combat the drug trade.
Tavares is the first homegrown hockey superstar to play for the Maple Leafs since Charlie Conacher in the 1930s, creating high expectations.
Mendieta’s art, sometimes violent, often unapologetically feminist and usually raw, left an indelible mark before her life was cut short.
Twenty-six students and teachers died at the Enrique Rébsamen school during an earthquake. An investigation suggests negligence was partly to blame.
The editor, Ian Buruma, left after a backlash regarding an essay by a Canadian radio personality who lost his job after sexual misconduct allegations.
When a refrigerated truck used as storage by a morgue in Jalisco State was taken on an unusual, and unexplained, trip, it became a sad symbol of Mexico’s wave of violence.