Efforts to bring the United States back into the 2015 deal on Iran's nuclear program stepped up a gear Tuesday as Iran and the five world powers still in the accord were meeting in Vienna while the U.S. is due…
In our news wrap Monday, an average of 3.1 million COVID vaccines were administered daily over the past week — peaking at a record 4 million on Saturday. Overseas, daily virus infections in India surpassed 100,000 for the first time,…
By Nick Schifrin, Layla Quran
Palace intrigue is shaking one of the Middle East’s most historically-stable monarchies. Jordan’s King Abdullah is challenged by the former crown prince, his half-brother, Prince Hamzah. Nick Schifrin explores the long-simmering reasons for the family feud, and Dr. Bessma Momani,…
By Associated Press
Blinken said the pandemic won't truly end "at home until it ends worldwide," and he said the United States is the country best positioned to bring governments, businesses and international institutions together to end the pandemic.
By Christopher Rugaber, Associated Press
Citing a "thirty-year race to the bottom" in which countries have slashed corporate tax rates, Yellen said the Biden administration would work with other advanced economies in the so-called G20 to set a minimum.
By Vladimir Isachenkov, Associated Press
The 68-year-old Russian president has been in power for more than two decades. That's longer than any other Kremlin leader since Soviet dictator Josef Stalin.
By Frances D'Emilio, Associated Press
Pope Francis in his traditional Easter Sunday address denounced as “scandalous” how armed conflicts continue to rage even as the coronavirus pandemic has triggered severe social and economic suffering and swollen the ranks of the poor.
The rise in anti-Asian attacks has prompted the Biden administration to expand an initiative aimed at combating anti-Asian bias and violence. But for many Asian Americans, the recent violence also highlights a long history of feeling invisible. Mike Cerre reports…
By Josef Federman, Associated Press
A senior Jordanian official on Sunday accused the country’s former crown prince of conspiring with foreign elements in a “malicious plot” that threatened national security.
By Christopher Booker
Lionel Barber's access to world leaders over the past fifteen years has given him a front-row seat to decision-making amid what he calls ‘turbulent times’. Since leaving his longtime position at the Financial Times last year, Barber published his book,…
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