Neo-Nazi group members linked to attack plot plead guilty
Two neo-Nazi group members whose talk of planning an attack at a Virginia gun rights rally was secretly recorded by the FBI pleaded guilty on Thursday to gun charges.
Case of man accused in Canada anti-Muslim attack adjourned
The man accused of deliberately running over and killing four members of a Muslim family in London, Ontario, has had his case adjourned to next week.
Wife of drug kingpin 'El Chapo' pleads guilty to US charges
Emma Coronel Aispuro pleaded guilty to three federal offenses as part of a plea deal with federal prosecutors.
Iran sends warships to Atlantic amid Venezuela concerns
An Iranian destroyer and support vessel are now sailing in the Atlantic Ocean in a rare mission far from the Islamic Republic, Iran's state TV reported on Thursday, without offering the vessels' final destination.
Border groups urge closing of shelter for migrant children at Fort Bliss
The demonstration was at a city of El Paso Park outside the Army post, where more than 4,000 children who arrived at the Southwest border without a parent or legal guardian are being held in shelters as they wait to receive a sponsor in the U.S.
Trudeau urged by U.S., Canada businesses to open border this month
Business groups are calling on the Canadian and U.S. governments to relax border restrictions for vaccinated travelers this month, increasing pressure on Justin Trudeau to act swiftly.
Deported Marine Corps veteran sues to get naturalization interview in US
Hector Ocegueda-Rivera, a 53-year-old U.S. Marine Corps veteran who was deported after a conviction for driving under the influence, is suing to demand the U.S. government let him in to attend the interview or send an immigration officer to the border to speak with him so he can meet the requirements of becoming an American.
Russia hits nine Canadian officials with sanctions
Russia on Monday targeted nine Canadian officials with sanctions in retaliation to Canada’s restrictions against Russian officials accused of involvement in the imprisonment of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
Mexico president appears to hold key majority in elections
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's party and its allies on Monday appeared poised to maintain their majority in Mexico's lower chamber of the congress, but fell short of a two-thirds majority as some voters boosted the struggling opposition, according to initial election results.
Peru’s presidential runoff election too close to call
With 94% of ballots tallied, leftist Pedro Castillo had 50.07% of the vote, while conservative Keiko Fujimori had 49.92%, according to official results.