President Biden huddled with top leaders from Mexico and Canada in Mexico City, the Justice Department is looking into records discovered by Biden’s attorneys in a D.C. office, more rain is expected to hit northern California today, U.S. officials say 100 Ukrainian troops will come to Oklahoma for missile defense training, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says he is confident Sweden and Finland will join the group, Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is blaming former President Jair Bolsonaro for inciting a riot
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Lawmakers in the House approved a rules package, Biden and Lopez Obrador are meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Brazil’s president is vowing to punish those involved with storming the nation’s highest seats of power, the White House says Russia may not be the only party guilty of war crimes in Ukraine, a special grand jury finished its probe into whether former President Trump and allies illegally interfered with the state’s 2020 election, thousands of nurses went on strike Monday at two of New York City's major hospitals
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President Biden is in Mexico City today, House Republicans have promised to make border security a top priority, bullets and shells continued to fly in Ukraine over the weekend, Iran announced the executions of two more men, Senegal is observing three days of mourning after a bus crash that killed dozens, supporters of the former president of Brazil stormed Congress, the Supreme Court and presidential palace
Two neighbors sued the government over the use of a road through their properties