Senator Schumer says he is scheduling a procedural vote for Wednesday to begin debate on a still-evolving bipartisan infrastructure bill.
By Aamer Madhani, Alexandra Jaffe, Frank Jordans, Associated Press
Merkel, who had a famously difficult relationship with former President Donald Trump, showed her ease and familiarity with Biden, who has long been a fixture in international politics, repeatedly referring to him as "Dear Joe.”…
By Sarah El Deeb, Associated Press
He cited "key differences" with the country's president, Michel Aoun, as he announced his decision on Thursday. The development is likely to plunge Lebanon further into chaos and uncertainty.
By Frank Jordans, Alexandra Jaffe, Associated Press
The valedictory visit by Merkel is shadowed by plenty of pressing issues in the U.S.-Germany relationship--including differences over a Russian gas pipeline and outlook on the rise of China as a global power.
By David Klepper, Associated Press
The warning comes as the pace of COVID-19 vaccinations has slowed throughout the U.S., in part because of vaccine opposition fueled by unsubstantiated claims about the safety of immunizations.
By Josh Boak, Associated Press
President Joe Biden touted the "historic" expanded child tax credit payments as his administration began to distribute, giving parents on average $423 this month, with payments continuing through the end of the year.
By Lisa Desjardins, Meredith Lee
Democrats in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday announced a sweeping government spending deal to fund some of President Joe Biden's top priorities. But it received a chilly reception from Republicans. Lisa Desjardins breaks down the budget deal, how it affects…
Youth vaccination rates are brutal out here. So the White House tapped Olivia Rodrigo to lend a hand.
By Danica Kirka, Associated Press
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced plans to ban anyone guilty of online racist abuse from attending soccer matches after three Black players on England's national team were targeted.
By Yuras Karmanau, Associated Press
Authorities in Belarus have raided offices and homes of dozens of human rights activists and journalists. The crackdown Wednesday came after the country's authoritarian president promised to "deal with" non-governmental organizations for allegedly fomenting unrest.
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