The vice president says the US will intensify sanctions, without giving details about the measures, but said the United States would keep up its pressure until North Korea abandons its nuclear and ballistic missile activity
President Trump will be among friends Thursday when he speaks to the 66th annual National Prayer Breakfast, an event dominated by staunch supporters -- evangelical Christians. VOA White House correspondent Peter Heinlein explains why Trump, a man who faces many allegations about his moral character, is revered by America’s religious conservatives.
Africans account for only about 5 percent of undocumented migrants arriving in the United States. And activists say they are largely excluded from the broader conversation about immigration reform, especially along the U.S. border with Mexico. VOA’s Henok Fente reports from San Antonio, Texas where African asylum seekers face immediate detention and prolonged court battles to avoid being deported.