Mexico on Wednesday filed a major lawsuit against the United States gun manufacturers for the massive damage caused by “the unlawful trafficking of guns to drug cartels and other criminals in Mexico”.
The United States' Ministry of Defense building known as the Pentagon was shut down temporarily Tuesday following a violent incident at a nearby metrobus station which has left at least one police officer and one perpetrator dead.
US President Joseph Biden has called for the resignation of New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo, who is under heavy criticism for his alleged involvement in a sexual harassment scandal.
The United States Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged, close to zero, despite an inflation spike during June when it soared to an annual 5,4%, its highest in thirteen years.
US President Joseph Biden Tuesday pointed out that Moscow was already meddling with his country's 2022 mid-term elections and that these actions may lead to an actual war with guns and bullets.
Outgoing United States ambassador before Brazil, Todd Chapman said in an interview with O Estado de Sao Paulo that the threat of not holding elections in 2022, as expressed by some top officials from the president Jair Bolsonaro administration is not a serious problem. Democracy is a solid rock in Brazil, the cancer is corruption.
While Canada announced earlier this the reopening of its land border with the United States, there was no such thing as reciprocity, as the administration of President Joseph Biden Wednesday confirmed their mainland crossings north and south shall remain closed for yet another 30 days.
The Government of Canada Monday announced it will reopen its land borders to US citizens who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of August 9.
Following a shut down of access to the internet, Cuba's Interior Ministry confirmed on Tuesday that at least one person died and several others were arrested in the outskirts of capital Havana following Sunday's popular uprising in demand of food, medicines, electricity and freedom.
The United States government recorded a budget deficit of 174 billion dollars in June, which is approximately a fifth of the 864 billion dollars the same month a year ago. Recovery of the labor and jobs markets, together with an advanced deadline to pay taxes this year helped to achieve the positive tendency.