A boat carrying foreign activists and three tons of medical supplies was rerouted Tuesday. Meanwhile, the fishing industry – a key source of jobs and protein – has been crippled.
If enacted, the plan would more than double the force at the border in an effort to staunch drug violence that has killed at least 11,000 in Mexico since 2006.
The prime minister, his ruling coalition under pressure, vows to end policies that favor ethnic Malays and to boost foreign investment.
It's better for Democrats than 59. But a Senate supermajority didn't much help the last president to have one: Jimmy Carter.
The justices' inaction this term probably extends the 13 detainees' time at Guantánamo.
California considers expanding data on its state forms to allow for multiple answers under race.
An Iranian company is the first to be penalized as the US uses stricter financial sanctions to curb Pyongyang's weapons program.
She got the white-glove treatment for her return to US waters, after a harrowing Atlantic crossing.
Low-cost carriers trump traditional airlines in a new survey of customer satisfaction. But all have room for improvement.