In 1944, president Franklin Roosevelt urged Congress to pass a “second bill of rights.” Number six on the list was “the right to adequate medical care and the opportunity to achieve and enjoy good health.”
University students in Venezuela will lead a fresh round of marches against President Nicolas Maduro Thursday, a day after police fired tear gas and protesters hurled Molotov cocktails in rallies against his plan to rewrite the constitution.
US congressional leaders have reached a deal on a federal spending bill which if passed by lawmakers this week will avert a government shutdown, a top lawmaker and congressional aides said late Sunday.
Police shot and killed a 49-year-old man suspected of shooting seven people Sunday at a birthday pool party in an apartment complex near the University of California, San Diego, authorities said.
At least 12 people died and another 11 were injured Tuesday during an outbreak of violence at the Jose Antonio Anzoategui prison, in the eastern state of Anzoategui, Venezuelan local media reported on Wednesday.
The Trump administration is poised to unveil its long-awaited tax reform plan Wednesday that will slash corporate taxes to 15 percent, in the “biggest tax cut” in US history.
A federal judge Tuesday ruled that U.S. President Donald Trump can not coerce “sanctuary cities” to cooperate with immigration officers by withdrawing federal funds.
Three people were killed in Venezuela on Monday in renewed violence, raising the death toll in three weeks of massive demonstrations against leftwing President Nicolas Maduro to 24, officials said.
US executives see increasing M&A opportunities as economic prospects take a positive turn, but they consider domestic policy uncertainty a top disruptor to their businesses.
Dressed in white, Venezuelan protesters opposed to President Nicolas Maduro marched in silence in several cities on Saturday to pay respects to 20 people killed in three weeks of unrest.
The US will honour a controversial agreement with Australia to take refugees from Pacific island detention centres, Vice President Mike Pence said Saturday — a deal Donald Trump had previously branded “dumb”.
Citgo, the US affiliate of Venezuela’s state-run oil company, donated half a million dollars to Donald Trump’s inauguration fund, documents released here show.