The US border agents on horseback who charged upon Haitian migrants last year used “unnecessary” force, a federal border control agency has found.
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President Joe Biden has said a federal law would be the “fastest way” to restore abortion rights as he signed an order to safeguard abortion access.
Canada’s largest mobile and internet provider has suffered a major outage, with bank ATMs and emergency service hotlines affected.
A national lifeguard shortage caused by the Covid pandemic is forcing pools across the US to limit hours, reduce programmes, or shut down entirely.
As a long-time dissident and California-based opponent of the Chinese government, Arthur Liu – the father of US Olympic figure skater Alyssa Liu – was not particularly surprised when a phone call came from the FBI.
Actor Tony Sirico, best known for his role as a mafia henchman on the The Sopranos, has died aged 79.
Thousands gathered in the US capital on Saturday, marching through pouring rain and risking arrest to protest over the reversal of abortion rights last month.
Katrinka Cox lives the American Dream: a green trimmed lawn, poolside lake view, and $1.3m villa she calls home.
One of Canada’s largest mobile and internet providers, Rogers, has apologised for the country-wide outage of its services which began on Friday.