It will take weeks for postal workers to sort through nearly 10 tons of letters and parcels.
“For the over 355,000 immigrants whose cases have been administratively closed, this is frightening.”
The Journal of the American Medical Association published letters today critical of a study it published six months ago claiming that US diplomats in Cuba had suffered brain injuries.
Italy's Transport and Infrastructure Minister Danilo Toninelli said the incident was an "immense tragedy."
In the video, the lawmaker appears disoriented and his boxers are stained with feces. Rights groups say he looks drugged and could have been tortured.
The EU Dropped Plans To Release A Statement Backing Canada In Its Diplomatic Fight With Saudi Arabia
A senior EU official said the absence of a public statement backing Canada was “sad.”
Women Are Saying They're Getting Checked After A Famous Lebanese Singer Said She'd Had Breast Cancer
Elissa, one of Lebanon's most famous singers, released a video that detailed her diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.
David Missal says he was told he had 10 days to leave the country.
A bipartisan proposal would ask the Trump administration to determine if Russia has aided Iran and Hezbollah in Syria.
Veteran hackers have tried for years to get the world to notice flaws in voting machines. Now that they’ve got it, they have to wrestle with scaring people away from voting.
Trump's Focus On A Christian's Detention In Turkey Overlooks That Turkey Is Also Holding Muslim Americans
In focusing on the pastor, some worry the United States is forgetting Turkey's arrest of Americans who happen to be Muslim.
According to a newly released State Department cable, the attack was part of a Russian campaign to sow disinformation about NATO. It came as Russia allegedly was stealing Democrats' emails.
The peaceful protest is a rare show of mass public defiance against Chinese authorities.
Students In Bangladesh Are Deleting Their Posts About The Protests Because They're Scared Of Reprisals
“I brought down everything I had posted,” one student told BuzzFeed News. “Freedom of speech is dead.”
Serbia and Kosovo are talking about redrawing their borders. Major European capitals are opposed and the US used to be too — but things have changed under Trump.
The school in tiny O'Neill, Nebraska, was closed for the summer, but teachers opened it so children whose parents were caught in the raid had a place to go.
West Virginia Wants To Put Its Vote On The Blockchain. That's Either A Win Or A Disaster For Democracy.
Sixteen voters from two counties cast their ballots in West Virginia's May primaries by app. The state's secretary of state would like to expand that to the entire state.
The proposal includes a plan to create an "elite group of joint war fighters" for space who would be organized along the same lines as current special operations forces.
“They have a history of poisoning black communities in the US, and they should not be poisoning the largest African city on the continent,” one activist said.
Three young soccer players from the Wild Boars team plus their coach were given Thai citizenship at an official ceremony.
After more than 15 hours of debate, lawmakers narrowly voted to kill the measure, which would have allowed elective abortions in the first 14 weeks of pregnancy.
They were picked up as agents sought 17 individuals accused of conspiring to hire undocumented workers.
A Senator Claims That Russian Hackers Are In Florida's Voter Systems. Local Officials Are Skeptical.
Sen. Bill Nelson said Russian hackers are "right now" in Florida computers, but state election officials say they've heard nothing from the federal government.
Shareholders claim they lost "hundreds of millions of dollars" as a result of Televisa's alleged scheme.
The sanctions are in addition to ones that have already been imposed over election meddling, cyber interference, and the annexation of Crimea.
The judges claim Attorney General Jeff Sessions removed a judge from a case to ensure that the result would be one Sessions favored.
The new tourism campaign for a Lithuanian city is set to launch just weeks before the pope visits — so that's going to be awkward.
Airbnb scrapped a competition to stay at the Great Wall after being accused on Chinese social media of being careless with a national treasure.