Ukraine-Russia conflict set to dominate meeting between US President Biden, Spain's Sanchez at White House
Despite Madrid's agreement with Washington that Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 was unlawful, Sanchez will transmit China's and Brazil's opposing viewpoints and urge assigning more weight to non-NATO countries harmed by the conflict
At latest rally, Trump's diehard supporters look forward to another rematch with Biden
His fans cheered wildly when Trump, himself 76, mocked his 80-year-old Democratic rival, imitating a lost or stumbling elderly man and then pledging: 'We're going to crush Joe Biden'
US President Biden, France’s Macron agree to 'engage' China on Ukraine in efforts to end conflict
According to a statement from Macron's office, the French president updated Biden on 'the results obtained' during his trip to Beijing in the first week of April, where he met with Chinese President Xi Jinping for several hours
Biden administration shares mishandled classified documents with Gang of Eight
Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va. and other lawmakers have been pleading with the Justice Department to grant access to the documents or at the very least a description of what is contained in them so that Congress can assess the potential risk to national security
US President Joe Biden urges ban on assault weapons after Nashville shooting
Biden, a Democrat, has repeatedly called for a renewed assault weapons ban and stricter rules on gun sales, measures that need to pass Congress
Biden administration extends invitations to 120 leaders for 2nd Summit for Democracy
The countries of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Gambia, Honduras, Ivory Coast, Lichtenstein, Mauritania, Mozambique, and Tanzania were extended invitations to this year's summit after being left out of the invite list to the 2021 gathering
US tries to step in as Taliban, Baloch attacks force China to flee Pakistan
Chinese citizens working on projects by the China government in Pakistan have faced a series of attacks by the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) - also known as the Pakistani Taliban - and Baloch groups
China will not determine outcome of Russia-Ukraine war, says Joe Biden
Biden also repeated comments that he would not be sending F-16s to Ukraine for now, saying Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy did not need the fighter jets for the moment
Nord Stream Pipeline: Seymour Hersh calls the sabotage ‘dumbest’ US act in years, says more revelations to follow
Just a few days ago, Hersh had reported that US planted the bombs on the Nord Stream pipeline under the Baltic sea during the Baltops joint military drill in June last year. The pipeline was blown apart in a series of explosions in August
Biden to host German chancellor Scholz at White House on 3 March
The meeting will take place several days after the first anniversary of Russia's 24 February invasion of Ukraine. Biden will mark the anniversary with a 20-22 Feb visit to NATO ally and Ukraine neighbor Poland
Israeli-Palestinian cauldron tests US as Blinken visits
Blinken’s high-wire diplomatic act begins on Monday after he completes a brief visit to Egypt that has been almost entirely overshadowed by the deteriorating security situation in Israel and the West Bank.
US classified documents controversy: How do the cases of Donald Trump, Joe Biden and Mike Pence differ?
In the case of Mike Pence and Joe Biden, both sides turned over the records quickly and openly. This is significant because the Justice Department has traditionally looked for wilfulness, or an intent to mishandle government secrets, when deciding whether to file criminal charges
Biden says 'cooperating fully' with classified documents review
The documents dating to the Obama-Biden administration were found at Biden's residence in Wilmington, Delaware, after other similar papers were found at a Washington think tank where Biden used to have an office
Is Biden administration considering a nationwide ban on gas stoves?
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, recent studies showed emissions from the devices can cause health and respiratory problems
Biden, López Obrador open Mexico meetings with brusque talk
Mexican President Obrador challenged US President Biden to end an attitude of 'abandonment' and 'disdain' for Latin America and the Caribbean as the two leaders met on Monday, making for a brusque opening to a summit of North American leaders.
Rural voters 'in the trenches' on climate, cautious of Biden's handling of problem
AP VoteCast, a sweeping survey of the 2022 midterm electorate, shows clear differences between urban and rural communities in voter sentiment on President Joe Biden's handling of climate, and whether climate change is impacting their communities
Will support Israel in case of war with Iran, says US
With Benjamin Netanyahu - who is known as a hawk on affairs concerning Palestine - being elected as the new prime minister of Israel, there is widespread concern that a fresh round of hostilities between Iran and Israel may be in the offing
Russia President Vladimir Putin ready for talks on Ukraine ceasefire, lays down conditions for West
Joe Biden has said that he is ready for talks with President Vladimir Putin of Russia to end the Ukraine war. After talks with visiting French President Emmanuel Macron, the US President had expressed his desire to hold talks with Vladimir Putin at a joint press conference
G20 Summit: PM Modi interacts with Joe Biden, Rishi Sunak, Emmanuel Macron; discusses THESE issues
In an address at the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, Modi said that climate change, the Covid-19 pandemic, the developments in Ukraine and the global problems associated with it have caused havoc in the world and rued that the global supply chains are in "ruins"
Chase Oliver: The 'Star Trek' fan who could impact US politics from his basement
Libertarian candidate Chase Oliver, 37, grabbed 81,000 votes in the Georgia Senate race, leaving the two top contenders with less than 50 per cent of the vote and forcing a run-off election