The plans - which aim to reduce US carbon emissions by 40% by 2030 - still needs House approval.
Israel and Palestinian militants agreed to a Egyptian-mediated truce that took effect late on Sunday.
The athlete has been declared brain dead and police say the suspect, an off-duty officer, is on the run.
The BBC visits a maternity ward where mothers are forced to share beds and have no access to pain relief.
President Gustavo Petro is demanding a new global strategy to tackle his nation's drugs industry.
Extreme drought and historic heat have caused the River Po's water levels to drop dramatically.
Hotel quarantine is to be followed by four days of "medical surveillance" at home or any hotel.
The International Paralympic Committee says Paralympic growth could be "jeopardised" by any merger with the Olympics.
The children's commissioner says she is concerned by data on incidents involving police in London.
Nearly 1,000 staff and visitors were unable to leave as all roads in and out were closed.
The visibly malnourished all-white beluga has been stuck 70km north of Paris since at least Tuesday.
The US president is leaving for his home state of Delaware after testing negative for the virus.
Low-fare carrier JetBlue said it is a necessary policy when recruiting, as the industry re-starts.
Four vessels leave Ukrainian ports via a safe maritime corridor set up under a deal with Russia.
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