In our news wrap Wednesday, panic buying of gasoline intensified across the southeastern U.S. as the colonial pipeline resumed operations. Inflation fears washed over Wall Street and the financial markets. The U.S. death toll from COVID-19 has fallen to an…
More migrants were arrested or detained along the southern border in April than during any other month in the last 20 years. Desperate to make it to the U.S., many Central American migrants are being influenced by smugglers and their…
By Amna Nawaz, Adam Raney, Patty Gorena Morales, Julia Galiano-Rios
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will urge President Joe Biden to lift US-UK flight restrictions at their first face-to-face meeting since Biden took office, unless Biden does so before then, a top British official warned U.S. diplomats.
By Ali Rogin
Dozens have died in the worst outbreak of violence since a 2014 war, with no resolution in sight. The fighting has taken on many hallmarks of that devastating 50-day conflict between Israel and Hamas.
By Fares Akram, Joseph Krauss, Associated Press
By John Yang, Layla Quran
Dozens of rockets launched from Gaza streaked over Israel, with heavy Israeli airstrikes in return, as violence spiraled between Israelis and Palestinians. In a speech Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu said militants in Gaza "will pay a heavy price." Since…
In our news wrap Tuesday, a federal judge in Dallas rejected the National Rifle Association's bid to file for bankruptcy protection, blocking the gun rights group's effort to reorganize in Texas. Undocumented college students will now have access to COVID…
By William Brangham, Dan Sagalyn
The Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack showed the vulnerability of key parts of America's critical infrastructure, and how hostile actors can exploit those weaknesses. William Brangham and investigative reporter Michael Weiss look at what role — if any — the Russian…
By Nick Schifrin, Maea Lenei Buhre
Australia has been one of the most successful countries in the world at keeping COVID-19 in check. It combined strict lockdowns with consistent messages from scientists and politicians. While the daily average number of COVID-19 cases in the U.S. over…
By Manuel Rueda, Associated Press
The office of Colombia’s human rights ombudsman says 42 people have died during anti-government protests that began two weeks ago amid discontent fueled by growing poverty and inequality during the pandemic.
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