Adam Purinton is accused of shooting one Indian man and injuring another in a racist attack.
The ringleader of the London terror attack last week tried to rent a 7.5-ton truck, British police have said, indicating the attackers were looking to carry out a larger-scale assault.
Special units are providing technical support in Marawi, easing recent strained relations.
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British Prime Minister Theresa May says she will take time to "reflect" on how to move forward after a surprise snap election result left the Conservative Party without a majority, and apologized to members of Parliament who lost their seats.
Fighting continues after militants linked to IS, seized parts of Marawi last month
Greg Gianforte is charged with attacking a Guardian reporter the day before his election in Montana.
China has expressed "grave concern" over reports that ISIS has killed two Chinese teachers kidnapped in Pakistan.
President Donald Trump is expected to reveal his administration's new policy toward Cuba in a speech in Miami next Friday, according to two US officials.
The German chancellor says she believes the UK will stick to the timetable after its election shock.
The three men tied 12-inch knives to their wrists and had petrol bombs ready to throw, police reveal.
The US president may unveil his proposals for US-Cuban ties in Miami next week.
The White House announced that President Donald Trump will visit Poland during a trip to Europe next month for the G20 summit.
US officials are crediting Russia with helping calm the situation in southern Syria, where the US has had to launch several airstrikes against Iranian backed Shia militias and pro-regime fighters in recent days.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said humanitarian effects were already being felt.
Brazil's top electoral court voted to acquit President Michel Temer and former President Dilma Rousseff following an investigation of allegations they received illegal campaign funds in the 2014 elections.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May called for snap elections with hopes of increasing her majority in Parliament. She'd argued that the elections would give her the boost she needed to have a strong hand in negotiations to leave the EU. But now, after losing her majority, the Conservative Party's embarrassing showing has catapulted British politics into the unknown.
Zahed Tajeddin fulfilled his dream of buying a home in the old town of Aleppo but then the war came - and amid the bombs the old house was turned into a hospital.
Suspects will be tried in The Netherlands for war crimes against ethnic Serbs, committed in the 1990s.