If the court votes to scrap the election result, Michel Temer — who took over only last year when Dilma Rousseff was impeached — would himself risk losing his office, forcing Brazil's Congress to pick an interim president.
Trump's decision Thursday to pull out of the Paris treaty, which is designed to cut harmful emissions and slow the Earth's warming, sparked a wave of global condemnation and helped fuel some of the many protest marches on Saturday.
The altercation between Greg Gianforte — who is running for the state's only congressional seat in Thursday's special election — and journalist Ben Jacobs took place at a campaign event at Gianforte's headquarters in the city of Bozeman, Montana, The Guardian said.
For weeks, members of the Standing Rock Sioux have gathered in Cannonball, North Dakota, standing against the Dakota Access pipeline. The government has now halted construction pending reassessment of the project.
Throughout his campaign, President Donald Trump made big promises about cracking down on immigrants, and building a wall between the US and Mexico. As he prepares to announce his plans, many are sending as much money as they can back home.
Richard Nixon has long been suspected of trying to sabotage peace talks in 1968 aimed at ending the Vietnam War. New evidence suggests candidate Nixon indeed pulled strings to persuade the government of South Vietnam to boycott the talks.
Artist Edel Rodriguez equates Trump to a terrorist on last week's cover of Der Spiegel magazine. Rodriguez says he felt compelled to draw the cover because of his experience coming to the US as a refugee from Cuba in the 1980s.
Millennials reject the idea that they are one homogenous group when it comes to politics (and everything else, really), as they become the largest voting group in the US. Here’s what we heard at debate-watching parties in Washington, DC.