For a second straight day, Mexico refuses mass entry to Central American migrants, but begins accepting small groups for asylum processing.
The talks would focus on reducing tensions and resuming reunions of families separated by the 1950-53 Korean War.
Twenty-one staff members of the International Committee of the Red Cross have resigned or been fired since 2015 for sexual misconduct.
A ferocious bombing campaign by government forces targets hospitals, apartment blocks and other civilian sites, killing and wounding hundreds.
A senior official with the organization harassed a subordinate and was accused of raping another. Yet he was given glowing references and got hired by Save the Children.
Documents show local officials were irate over the humanitarian organization's poor response to the massive disaster.
A House bill is being released Thursday, along with a government report citing a lack of oversight about how the charity spends the millions of dollars donated by Americans.
The big tech companies have the resources to launch a campaign for privacy that could change the world. As one scholar and researcher has written, “They may be our best chance out of this surveillance mess.”