Amid claims his party is soft on crime, the president backs hiring more police beyond pre-pandemic levels.
The software mogul is found dead hours after a Spanish court allowed his extradition to the US on tax charges.
"I just want my life back," the US pop star says in a rare public testimony.
The vice-president has faced repeated questions about why she has not visited the border.
The largest US reservoir fell to its lowest level in history, threatening water and power supplies.
Kidnappers have seized more than 1,000 students and staff in raids on schools in northern Nigeria since December.
Brandi Levy was kicked off her cheerleading squad after sharing a profanity-laden social media post.
The pop star's career has been in the hands of legal guardians since her mental health crisis in 2008.
Illegal miners are accused of targeting indigenous communities, as violence in the rainforest rises.
Royal accounts show 8.5% of household staff are of ethnic minority - its target for 2022 is 10%.
More than 20 jets and two coastguard ships shadow HMS Defender as it sails near Crimea's coast.
Rainbow flags were flown at the match, after Uefa banned the arena from lighting up in the colours.
Eyewitnesses tell the BBC the Ethiopian air force struck a market, which it denies.
The 78-year-old actor injures his shoulder while rehearsing a fight scene in the UK.
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