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A senior US official, who requested anonymity, said American forces already in the region would be repositioned
Under the executive order, Biden also directed the Treasury Department and other federal agencies to study the impact of cryptocurrency on financial stability and national security.
In an hour-long Saturday call with Russian president Vladimir Putin, President Joe Biden warned that invading Ukraine would cause 'widespread human suffering'
Biden ordered additional US troops deployed to Poland, Romania and Germany to demonstrate to both allies and foes America’s commitment to NATO’s eastern flank
Donald Trump, on the comeback trail, sets stage for 2024 with talk of pardons for US Capitol attackers
Trump claimed that those charged in the assault, characterised by the FBI as an act of domestic terror, were being 'treated so unfairly' and vowed that 'if it requires pardons, we will give them pardons'
The letter was shared by the POTUS on 31 January on his social media handles with the caption, “From one train guy to another: same. Thanks for the letter and drawing, Connor. You have got quite the talent.”
Biden's relationship with Harris has not been nearly as smooth though the two top leaders insist publicly that their relationship is solid, the Associated Press reported on Tuesday
Putin has warned that Moscow will take unspecified 'military-technical measures' if the West stonewalls its demands
Joe Biden had promised Americans to heal the country's democracy, defeat COVID, address deep-rooted racial and economic problems, and restore US standing around the world
Jill tied the knot with Joe Biden less than five years after his first wife and infant daughter were killed in a 1972 automobile crash, and at age 26 she became a mother to his two surviving young sons
It is too early to tell whether the much-anticipated conversation will alleviate the immediate crisis in Ukraine, where roughly 70,000 Russian troops have massed, with more equipment and personnel arriving every day
The order goes further than a nationwide mandate set by President Joe Biden for companies with more than 100 employees to vaccinate workers by 4 January that has been stalled by court suspensions
Biden said he will fill the three remaining slots on the board, including a vice chair for supervision, a bank regulatory post, in early December
India, US have 'one mind, one approach' on Afghanistan, says Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman
Sherman also emphasised safe and orderly travel for those who want to leave Afghanistan and called for the need to ensure respect for human rights.
The US treasury secretary said it would be “catastrophic” if the government did not have the resources to pay its bills
Prime minister Imran Khan during recent interviews to the American media has complained that a 'busy' US president Biden has not bothered to speak to him
Republicans have intensified their attacks on President Joe Biden's decision to pull all troops out of Afghanistan, saying it left the US more vulnerable to terrorism
Modi said he will also participate in the first in-person Quad Leaders' Summit along with Biden, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Japanese Premier Yoshihide Suga
The new rules replace a hodgepodge of restrictions that had barred non-citizens who had been in certain countries in the prior 14 days from entering the US
China nukes NATO call to join nuclear arms control talks, cites bare minimum for 'national security'
NATO is urging China to join international efforts to limit the spread of nuclear weapons amid concerns that the country is rapidly developing missiles capable of carrying atomic warheads