ol said. Most of the injured members of the travel group from Japan have been identified by Tuesday afternoon and their names and identifications have been published by local autho.
and struggling to pay bills. More than half of the U.S. labor force has "suffered a spell of unemployment, a cut in pay, a reduction in hours or have become involuntary part-time .SEE PORTFOLIO
69-day rescue operation continues. Florencio Avalos, 31, was the first to be hoisted to the ground 10 minutes after midnight Wednesday, ending his 69-day underground ordeal under t.READ MORE
dnapped on Sunday and his body found on Wednesday. During the same press conference, the state's attorney, Alejandro Garza, said that the suspects were five state police and one t.READ MORE
spread of cholera, which has already killed almost 300 people in neighboring Haiti. Presidency press director Rafael Nunez told reporters that the campaign aims to prevent the spr.READ MORE
t's why today we're taking steps to help nearly 1.6 million Americans lower their monthly student loan payments." The president will formally introduce the measures in a speech We.READ MORE
and reports said there were no clear disputes between the man and the woman. They were both from Petersburg. After the shooting, local police locked down the facility and a nearby .READ MORE
other U.S. nongovernmental organizations. "It doesn't necessarily mean that we will provide food assistance, but it's the first step in evaluating the need," he added. The last U.S.READ MORE
officers guilty of shooting on rioting prisoners from the facility's second-floor using machine guns. The defense vowed to appeal and argued that "it does not reflect society's o.READ MORE
t mentioning Rousseff'name. Jose Serra, presidential candidate for the Brazilian Social Democracy Party (PSDB), speaks during a presidential candidates' debate held in Rio de Janei.
of a major border crossing ordered by Venezuela. Venezuela has deported nearly 1,100 Colombians, including 300 minors, since the border closure. Both countries have also recalled.
execution of social policies. LA PAZ, June 18 (Xinhua) -- The Bolivian government on Tuesday discussed whether to declare a state of national emergency due to drought in the depa .
for the Environment, was based on telephone interviews with 1,000 randomly selected American adults. "Our surveys reveal a small decline in the proportion of people who believe g.