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US opens probe after 51 migrants die in sweltering trailer

The death toll of undocumented migrants who were abandoned in a scorching-hot trailer in Texas rose to 51 Tuesday, as President Joe Biden blamed "criminal" professional smugglers for the tragedy.

Rebeca Clay-Flores, a Bexar County official, reported the new tally of "39 men and 12 women" dead, following the Monday discovery of the tractor-trailer on an isolated road in her district.

Americans send the most powerful weapon? It hits a target at 160 km

President Joe Biden, who is at the G7 Summit in Germany, recently announced that the United States will provide "a more advanced missile system and ammunition" for Ukraine, while the war with Russia is intensifying. Also, Biden and other leaders of the G7 countries should be addressed today by the Ukrainian President, by video call.

Biden appeals for tougher gun laws: ‘How much more carnage?’

"Enough, enough," President Joe Biden exclaimed over and over as he delivered an impassioned address to the nation imploring Congress to take action against gun violence after mass shootings he said had turned schools, supermarkets and other everyday places into "killing fields."

K-pop supergroup BTS ‘devastated’ by US hate crimes

South Korean K-pop sensations BTS didn't sing a word but in a White House visit on May 31 to meet President Joe Biden the supergroup's message against anti-Asian racism came loud and clear.

The seven stars joined White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre at the briefing room podium, a tiny, but a powerful stage.

Uvalde tells Biden to ‘do something’; he pledges ‘we will’

President Joe Biden grieved with the shattered community of Uvalde on Sunday, mourning privately for three hours with anguished families of the 19 schoolchildren and two teachers killed by a gunman. Faced with chants of "do something" as he departed a church service, Biden pledged: "We will."

Biden calls for Tougher Gun Laws after Shooting in Texas School left 21 Victims

21 are the victims of the shooting at a primary school in the United States, world agencies report. The information is about 19 children and two adults. The incident took place in the town of Uvalde, 160 kilometers from San Antonio in the state of Texas, said US Senator Roland Gutierrez.

Gov. Greg Abbott identified the attacker as an 18-year-old from a nearby high school: