The House Judiciary committee will hold a hearing on Thursday on voter suppression.
By Matthew Lee, Frank Jordans, Associated Press
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is warning that there would be a "swift, severe" response from the United States and its allies if Russia sends military forces into Ukraine.
By Geoff Bennett, Matt Loffman
President Joe Biden fielded questions from reporters Wednesday on everything from soaring inflation, to the stalemate on voting rights legislation and Americans' anxiety over omicron. It was his first formal press conference in 10 months. Geoff Bennett joins Judy Woodruff…
In our news wrap Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Neil Gorsuch deny a reported rift over mask wearing. In Afghanistan, the Taliban urged foreign governments to recognize their regime and loosen aid restrictions. New information from…
By Lisa Desjardins, Saher Khan
Wednesday night on Capitol Hill: A vote some Democrats have waited years to hold. But with Republicans ready to block the voting rights bill in the Senate, Democrats are also poised to vote on whether to change the Senate’s rules.
By Amna Nawaz, Tess Conciatori
One year into President Joe Biden’s tenure, we’re taking stock of where some of his key campaign commitments stand. Even before taking office, Biden called climate change an existential crisis, and promised to take historic action. Amna Nawaz joins Judy…
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
In a rebuff to former President Donald Trump, the Supreme Court is allowing the release of presidential documents sought by the congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection.
By John Yang, Claire Mufson
The University of Michigan has reached a $490 million settlement with former athletes and students who say they were sexually abused over decades by long-time university physician, Dr. Robert Anderson. Anderson died in 2008. Last year, a university-commissioned investigation concluded…
By Miles O'Brien, Courtney Norris
Verizon and AT&T are forging ahead with their plan to switch to new high speed 5G service nationwide — but with an important exception near U.S. airports and runways. Those exceptions were made Tuesday because of fears that the new…
By Zeke Miller, Josh Boak, Associated Press
At a Wednesday news conference to mark his first year in office, President Joe Biden is admitting that the pandemic has exhausted and demoralized many Americans.
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