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By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
Santos has faced numerous calls for his resignation and is facing multiple investigations by prosecutors over his personal and campaign finances and lies about his resume and family background.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
Blinken met with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank town of Ramallah on Tuesday, a day after seeing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
By Joshua Goodman, Associated Press
Some House Democrats are urging the Biden administration to suspend all U.S. aid to Peru over a “pattern of repression” of antigovernment protests that has resulted in more than 50 civilian deaths.
By Fatima Hussein, Associated Press
The move highlights the ongoing debate over federal spending that has overtaken Washington, as the U.S. government is on track to max out on its $31.4 trillion statutory borrowing authority — also known as the debt ceiling.
By Edith M. Lederer, Associated Press
The U.N. humanitarian chief is warning that the Taliban's ban on women aid workers in Afghanistan is "a potential death blow" to many important humanitarian programs.
By Farnoush Amiri, Associated Press
It will be the first time the three former executives will speak publicly about the company's decision to block a New York Post article on Hunter Biden's laptop in the weeks before the 2020 election.
By Laura Barrón-López, Matt Loffman, Saher Khan, Tess Conciatori
President Biden was in Baltimore Monday to highlight a major railway tunnel reconstruction project that will be paid for, in part, by the bipartisan infrastructure law. The project will replace a century-old tunnel connecting Philadelphia and Washington, a familiar route…
By William Brangham, Kyle Midura
This weekend, former President Trump held his first campaign rallies since announcing he was running again. When Trump first ran for president, much of the evangelical community backed him. William Brangham spoke with Ralph Reed of the Faith and Freedom…
By Geoff Bennett, Cybele Mayes-Osterman
The impact of the baby boom generation is impossible to ignore. The roughly 76 million people born between 1946 and 1964 have reshaped American society at each stage of their lives. Philip Bump of The Washington Post takes a closer…
By Zeke Miller, Amanda Seitz, Associated Press
President Joe Biden has informed Congress that he will end the twin national emergencies for addressing COVID-19 on May 11, as most of the world has returned closer to normalcy nearly three years after they were first declared.
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