The bill had attracted significant Republican support in Congress, a rare and notable departure from partisan solidarity.
- by Michael Tackett
Dossiers that included photos from their passports or social media accounts, date of birth and other details were kept in a database. Some freelance journalists had alerts placed on their passports.
155 ceramic braziers and incense burners found by the experts bear the likeness of Tlaloc, the rain god of central Mexico.
A coalition of 16 American states argues the US President's decision to build a wall through an emergency declaration is unconstitutional.
- by Amy Goldstein
US President is prepared to issue the first veto of his term if Congress votes to disapprove his emergency plans for the wall.
US officials are hailing El Chapo's conviction as a big win against drug traffickers, but residents in his home state of Sinaloa are far from convinced.
- by Andres Villarreal
It comes as White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders suggested the border wall was necessary to stop El Chapo's 'reign of terror'.
- by Deanna Paul
Trump almost always holds rallies in the white, working class areas he won big in 2016. But on Tuesday he visited in El Paso, where most voters oppose him.
- by Matthew Knott
A defiant US President has declared that he has all but given up on negotiations with Congress over his border wall and will proceed without lawmakers.
- by Peter Baker and Maggie Haberman
Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was someone who decided "who lives and who dies," a prosecutor said in closing arguments of the drug kingpin's trial.
- by Brendan Pierson