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The Trump administration wants to remove limits on how long undocumented families can be detained, arguing the regulation incentivizes migration.

The Congressional Budget Office forecasts the federal deficit will reach nearly $1 trillion this year. The deficit's share of the economy in the next decade will far surpass its average over the past 50 years.

Presidents don't control the economy, but the economy influences voters. With that in mind: 15 charts comparing the economy under Trump to the economy under Obama.

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, running on a platform of fighting climate change, says he's dropping out of the presidential race.

Amazon wildfires hit a record this year, with 72,843 fires detected so far in 2019. Bolsonaro blames environmental groups he says want to "call attention against me, against the Brazilian government."

Twenty years ago, CEOs anointed shareholders king. Two decades of distrust followed, and now business leaders want to embrace the public good.

Hong Kong's billionaire class was silent about the protests until one took out newspaper ads—with cryptic messages, netizens say.

Hamburg, Germany, upgrades its flood prevention system with a classy promenade by Zaha Hadid Architects.

Where to be in Europe this summer, especially for any politicians looking for nationalist inspiration: Warsaw.

A photographer's "Passport Photos" series reveals what's lurking beyond the tiny frame.

"Wenchcore," or "yodelcore," refers to the recent trend of milkmaid tops—no matter that milkmaidenhood was a foul profession.

A music completist's fantasy made real, Ishkur's Guide to Electronic Music receives a massive update—its first since 2005.

Listen: Thirty-two sculptures, utilitarian vessels, and decorative objects at the Met become an orchestra.

Built from cut paper, scale models of everyday objects by Lee Ji-hee.

A graphic designer quite attractively plots when to visit each of the US National Parks.