In raids on seven food-processing plants in Mississippi, 680 undocumented workers were arrested, in some cases leaving children with no one to pick them up from school.
Swept up in Trump's immigration enforcement, a 41-year-old Detroit man was deported to Iraq, where he died on Tuesday from lack of access to insulin for treating his diabetes.
Justice Secretary Wanda Vázquez is sworn in as Puerto Rico's third governor in a week, following its Supreme Court's decision that Pedro Pierluisi's assumption of office last Friday was unconstitutional. More protests are expected, as Vázquez is seen as too close, politically and ethically, to Rosselló.
A UN report warns that extreme weather due to climate change could threaten the world's food supply, resulting in more cross-border migration.
See also: "A quarter of humanity faces looming water crises."
Photos from the record-breaking heatwave that reached Greenland.
After satellite data shows deforestation increase, Bolsonaro fires its overseer, calling it "sensationalism."
"By Sunday evening my left arm develops a lingering soreness." Using an electronic shock bracelet to curb a social media habit.
Svalbard, an island north of Norway, is a 2,300-person community and "as close as you can get to a place with open borders."
Hong Kong protesters develop hand signals to communicate through crowds.
India's revocation of Kashmir's special status is both a continuation of its settler-colonial project and a rejection of norms.
"For every 69 high-dose opioid prescriptions, US pharmacies dispensed only one overdose-reversal drug."
Tinder gets five million people to pay for its dating services by deploying “freemium” options like gaming companies.
Kanye West is building low-income housing on his property in LA—what appear to be domes inspired by Star Wars.
Twenty years ago, The Blair Witch Project and The Sixth Sense changed horror—and probably couldn't get made today.
How to stop Amazon, Apple, and Google from listening to recordings from your smart speaker.