Last updated 12:15PM ET
February 24, 2017
Mexico scorns Trump's proposal, Poland's debate over history, confusing the Texas and Chilean flags Mexicans are reacting to President Donald Trump's moves on border security, deportations and trade. Also, Poland's version of the battle over alternative facts. Plus, why people are using the Chilean flag emoji when they're texting about Texas.
Deportation details, sheriff cheers Trump, Bye-bye Bao Bao We dive deep into the new guidance for immigration enforcement just unveiled by the Trump administration. Also, how President Trump's rhetoric on trade and China could have a big impact on US colleges and universities. Plus, the US says goodbye to Bao Bao the panda.
Who is H.R. McMaster? 'Play nice' says EPA's new chief, Oldies on Bulgaria radio Today we learn more about the man chosen by President Donald Trump to be his next national security adviser, Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster. Plus, how Morocco is betting big on solar energy. And, why people in Bulgaria are listening to more pre-war music on the radio.
Trump promises border wall 'soon, way ahead of schedule' Addressing a conservative summit, he promises to focus on "getting bad people out of this country".
Kim Jong-nam killing: 'VX nerve agent' found on his face The N Korean leader's half-brother was killed by a substance classified as a weapon of mass destruction.
Fasting diet 'regenerates diabetic pancreas' Restoring the pancreas through diet could be "immensely" beneficial, doctors say.
Drones to help with Indiana search and rescue efforts
The state's Department of Natural Resources says flying an unmanned aircraft is a cheaper and faster alternative to other methods, including helicopters.
'She persisted': Women pack tattoo shop for solidarity in ink
Soon after Sen. Elizabeth Warren was silenced on the Senate floor Minneapolis women took words from Sen. Mitch McConnell and turned them on their head, using 'nevertheless, she persisted' as a rallying cry for proponents of women's rights.
How celebrities choose their causes
Backing a political or social issue is often an exercise in branding.