Florida police have said the deadly shooting at a nightclub in the city of Fort Myers was not an act of terrorism. The country is still reeling from another shooting that occurred at a Florida gay club last month.
The head of the Australian Olympic team has described blocked toilets and exposed wiring at athletes' residences. The lack of preparedness has dealt yet another blow ahead of next month's Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro.
A drug gang has killed a Mexican mayor for reportedly refusing to hand over part of his municipality's budget as protection money. Police have also arrested six men in connection with another mayor's murder.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz, head of the US Democratic National Committee, resigned Sunday after WikiLeaks published thousands of leaked emails showing a concerted effort to undermine Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign.
Gunmen in Mexico have beheaded a musician and killed his wife and child, possibly linked to a dispute between rival gangs. The multiple murder was the second in less than a week in Oaxaca state.
Florida officials are investigating the shooting of an unarmed black man who had his hands in the air. The victim, a behavioral therapist, was wounded while trying to help an autistic patient.
Donald Trump has said US military support of NATO would be conditional if he becomes president. He said only a country that had fulfilled commitments to the alliance would receive help from the US.
US officials plan to charge the Ukrainian owner of the Web's "most visited" piracy site, Kickass Torrents. The site distributes $1 billion worth of illegally copied content and is the world's 70th most popular site.
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Roger Ailes is negotiating his exit from Fox News, according to media reports. A lawsuit alleges that the Fox News chairman sexually harassed a star host, and new allegations have emerged about several other employees.
Hours after Whatsapp was banned across Brazil, the country's Supreme Court has scrapped the ruling. The block, triggered by Facebook's refusal to share user data, was the fourth of its kind in 17 months.
Republicans have nominated Donald Trump as their presidential candidate. Blocks away, police took on groups of demonstrators protesting the billionaire's statements on race, the environment and gender equality.
The final Republican platform, released Monday, would pull the United States out of the international climate accord, open national forests for logging and declare coal a "clean energy resource."
The shrill campaign trail populism of Donald Trump has revived the issue of illegal immigration. Lars Gesing reports from Denver, Colorado, how understanding life as an undocumented could help fix the issue.
Donald Trump's controversial comments about undocumented immigrants have spread fear among people like 24-year-old PhD student Saba Nafees, who has been living in the US without legal permission since she was a child.
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