USA news live: Images of agents on horseback rounding up migrants at US border ‘horrified’ him, Homeland Security chief Mayorkas says – Times of India

In meeting with Modi, Harris to ‘reinforce’ strategic partnership between India and US: White House

Autopsy to determine if body found in Wyoming is of Gabby Petito, fiance still missing

Medical examiners were scheduled to conduct an autopsy on Tuesday on a body found in Wyoming, seeking to determine if it is Gabby Petito, the 22-year-old “van life” traveler whose disappearance has gripped Americans.

Talks on regional security, stability likely during PM Modi’s visit to US

Amid concerns over regional security and stability due to Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit the United States to attend the first-ever in-person Quad Leaders Summit to be hosted by President Joe Biden on September 24 and will address the annual high-level UN General Assembly session in New York on September 25.

President Joe Biden on Tuesday called on nations to remain vigilant to the threat of terrorism emanating from “distant regions” of the world or in “our own backyard”, saying those who commit acts of terrorism against America will continue to find a “determined enemy” in the United States.

US intel must investigate viruses to stop outbreaks, says Ex-FDA chief

US intelligence agencies should be tasked with investigating emerging public health threats overseas to combat future disease outbreaks, a former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner has said.

Images of agents on horseback rounding up migrants at US border ‘horrified’ him, Homeland Security chief Mayorkas says

Homeland Security chief Alejandro Mayorkas said Tuesday images of what appeared to be Border Patrol agents on horseback rounding up migrants trying to cross the southern border “horrified” him, but he stopped short of calling the new influx of migrants there a crisis.

US sanctions cryptocurrency exchange over ties to ransomware attacks

President Biden meets Guterres, reaffirms ‘strong partnership’ between US, UN

Biden says US ‘to double’ contribution to climate finance

PM Modi, Biden to discuss Afghanistan, cross-border terrorism: Shringla

Biden said the United States would be prepared to use force “if necessary” but that military power must be a “tool of last resort.”

Biden says US starting ‘era of relentless diplomacy’ after Afghanistan

Biden told delegates he will outline how the U.S. intends to work with partners and allies to help lead the world toward a more prosperous future for all people.

Biden opened by addressing the challenge and loss facing the world from COVID-19 and he appealed to delegates to address climate change.