The family of Trevor Reed, a US citizen detained in Russia, met with President Joe Biden on Wednesday after holding a protest outside the White House to bring awareness to their son’s case.
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Journalist Simon Ateba of Today News Africa asked White House communications director Kate Bedingfield to address the Sunday night slap as she fielded questions in the White House briefing room.
Black Americans have not been sufficiently included in long Covid trials, treatment programs and registries, a new report says. Fewer than 800 coronavirus deaths are being recorded in the United States each day, the lowest since before the Omicron variant.
“I don’t care what corporate media outlets say, I don’t care what Hollywood says, I don’t care what big corporations say,” said Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
Sen. James Risch (R-Idaho) on Sunday said President Biden’s comment that Russian President Vladimir Putin should not remain in power was “a horrendous gaffe.”
Fires tore through the Boulder, Colo., area on Saturday, spreading through at least 123 acres of land and leading authorities to order the evacuation of at least 19,000 people from 8,000 homes.
Mitch McConnell’s Confederate Flag Photo Resurfaces as He Announces He Will Oppose Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court Confirmation
Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky has made it known that he will vote against confirming President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee Ketanji […]
High casualties and stiff resistance prompt a shift by Moscow, while Biden visits Poland, signaling U.S. support for embattled Ukraine.
Republicans said Democrats in the state General Assembly sought to silence their votes through partisan gerrymandering.
Sen. Mitt Romney apparently doesn’t see much substance to allegations some conservative members of his party, including Utah Sen. Mike Lee, leveled against Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson regarding her sentencing of child pornographers.