Full story - May 22, 2018
Trailers are pictured on the Mexico-Puebla highway
Truckers covering Mexico's vast territory often move in convoys to reduce the risk of robberies, which in 2017 almost doubled to nearly 3,000. Some drive with armed escorts traveling alongside them. Others remove the logos from their trucks.
Full story - May 21, 2018
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro raises a finger
Venezuela's mainstream opposition boycotted Sunday's vote, given two of its most popular leaders were barred, authorities had banned the coalition and various of its parties, and the election board is run by Maduro loyalists.
Full story - May 20, 2018
A view overhead as two women behind a red table check photo IDs of voters.
His victory could trigger oil sanctions from the US government] and more censure from the European Union and Latin America.
Full story - May 19, 2018
A young boy bends his head in prayer. He is surrounded by several white candles on either side.
The attack is the second mass shooting in Texas within the last year and comes three months after 17 were killed in Parkland, Florida.
Full story - May 19, 2018
A bride, Meghan Markle, walks down the center of the aisle of a church. Her long white train drags beside her. Around her, everyone is standing.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wed in a glittering ceremony televised to millions.
Full story - May 18, 2018
Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein of Jordan speaks during a news conference at the United Nations European headquarters in Geneva.
The special session of the Human Rights Council was convened after the bloodiest day for Palestinians in years on Monday, when 60 were killed by Israeli gunfire during demonstrations that Israel said included attempts to breach its frontier fence.
Full story - May 18, 2018
Because it is not yet licensed, the Merck & Co vaccine has been offered to Congo under a "compassionate use" protocol agreed by national and international health and ethics authorities.
Full story - May 17, 2018
The ruling junta, or National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), is facing a public perception crisis, according to international and domestic polls which say corruption is as endemic as ever.
Full story - May 17, 2018
Then secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, listens as President Donald Trump holds a cabinet meeting at the White House.
In an apparent swipe at US President Donald Trump, former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Wednesday decried what he called "a growing crisis in ethics and integrity" in American public life.
Full story - May 16, 2018
CIA director nominee Gina Haspel raises her right hand as she is sworn in to testify at her Senate Intelligence Committee confirmation, May 9, 2018.
After weeks of debate over Gina Haspel's role overseeing a now-defunct, harsh interrogation program for terrorism suspects, the Senate intelligence committee voted 10-5 behind closed doors to approve her nomination.