Trump's nuclear wake-up call could rekindle arms race with Russia2017-02-26
U.S.President Donald Trump's recent nuclear wake-up call has aroused alert and vigilance on the Russian side and could risk setting off a new Cold War-style nuclear arms race between Washington and Moscow, observers say.
Trump says not to attend annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner2017-02-26
U.S.President Donald Trump said Saturday he would not be attending the annual White House Correspondents'Association(WHCA)dinner.
Mexico-U.S. ties going through rough patch, need joint effort to curb differences2017-02-24
Mexico-U.S. ties are going through a difficult period, Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray said on Thursday, adding both sides are willing to jointly work to narrow gaps.
Large number of prison inmates in Brazil awaiting trials: study2017-02-24
A third of the 654,372 prison inmates in Brazil have yet to undergo trial, local news portal G1 reported on Thursday quoting a study by the National Justice Council.
U.S. envoy vows no mass deportation to pacify Mexico2017-02-24
Top U.S.envoys on a working visit to Mexico on Thursday tried to allay fears that their government was preparing to massively deport undocumented migrants back across the border.
Feature: A U.S.-Mexico border wall to erect in people's heart2017-02-23
A good sleep can no longer help Victor Navares fully recover after a day's work as there might be a wall between home and work.
Mexico gov't rejects new U.S. immigration rules2017-02-23
Mexican government on Wednesday rejected tightened immigration regulations by the new U.S.administration that could see waves of undocumented migrants come in across its borders.
U.S. DHS issues detailed plan to crack down on illegal immigrants2017-02-22
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on Tuesday released detailed policies on crack downs of illegal immigrants, which included bolstering border protection agencies and closing policy loopholes.
Brazilian police: former presidents obstruct corruption probe2017-02-21
Brazil's federal police submitted to the Supreme Court(STF)Monday a report that shows how former presidents Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva and Dilma Rousseff had obstructed the anti-corruption Operation Lava Jato.
Protest against U.S. President Donald Trump staged in New York2017-02-21
Tens of thousands of people attended the rally to protest against U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday.
Spotlight: Trump's 1st month in White House: magic realism or hallucinatory realism2017-02-21
U.S. President Donald Trump now has been in White House for a whole month since he was inaugurated on Jan. 20, and it seems like an almost daily tug-of-war between Magic Realism and Hallucinatory Realism in the country.
Lincoln still listed as best U.S. president in survey of historians2017-02-20
Abraham Lincoln once again topped the list of U.S. presidential leadership while Barack Obama, one month after him leaving office, was ranked the 12th, according to a recent survey of 91 U.S. presidential historians.
Stable, win-win foreign policy important to Trump administration's credibility2017-02-20
A month into his presidency, Donald Trump has made some unexpected moves with foreign leaders and caused some disputes and concerns, but he seemed to be gradually finding his rhythm in foreign affairs and hopefully will stick to a win-win path.
Ecuadorians go to polls to elect new president2017-02-20
Ecuadorians went to the polls on Sunday to elect a successor to popular President Rafael Correa, who has been in power for 10 years.
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