Joe Biden: No Veto Threat on Infrastructure Deal
President Joe Biden walked back on Saturday a threat to veto his bipartisan infrastructure plan. He stated that his comments created the impression that he was issuing a veto threat on the very plan he had just agreed to, which was not his intent.
Trump Organization Braces for Criminal Charges From New York Prosecutors as Soon as Next Week, Lawyer Says
The Trump Organization expects criminal charges to be filed against it by the Manhattan New York district attorney's office in connection to fringe benefits given to a top executive.
Protesters Taunt Kamala Harris on Her First Visit to US-Mexico Border as They Hold 'Trump Won' Signs
Vice President Kamala Harris was greeted by protesters on her first visit to the southern border. The protesters taunted her with "Que Mala Harris" and "Trump won" signs.
Inside the Infrastructure Deal That Biden Struck With Senators
Following weeks of negotiations, President Joe Biden pronounced his agreement with a bipartisan group on an infrastructure deal.
Biden Administration Targets 5 Xinjiang Companies Over Alleged Force Labor in China
The Biden administration imposed restrictions on Xinjiang-based companies due to their alleged involvement in the exploitation of forced labor, two sources related to the issue claimed.
Rudy Giuliani's New York Law License Suspended Over False 2020 Election Claims
A judge ruled that Rudy Giuliani gave misleading information about the 2020 elections while working as a lawyer for former President Donald Trump. It resulted in the suspension of his law license in New York.
Senators Reach Deal on Infrastructure Framework, Seals Agreement Worth Around $1.2T
A bipartisan group of United States senators stated on Wednesday it had reached a deal on a "framework" for an infrastructure spending bill. The agreement is worth about $1.2 trillion with $579 billion in new spending.
Vladimir Putin Takes Advantage of Natural Gas to Assert Global Dominance
A Russian natural gas plant is expected to finish construction by the end of the year. Through this, President Vladimir Putin will be able to gain leverage over Europe because of its demand for Russian energy, thus asserting global dominance.
Kamala Harris Will Visit US Border, Criticized for Scheduling Visit After Donald Trump Decides to Do So
Vice President Kamala Harris announced her intention to visit the US southern border for the first time since she took the office.
Joe Biden Announces Zero Tolerance Approach, Investment in Law Enforcement to Combat Gun Violence, Crime
President Joe Biden announced his plans to combat violence and crime as the nation experiences a surge in gun-related deaths, stressing Department of Justice will have "zero tolerance" for illegal firearm sellers.
Myanmar's Military Propaganda Take Advantage of Facebook's Algorithm to Spread Violent Views Online
Facebook is facing various criticisms after various rights groups claim the social media platform is allowing the proliferation of Myanmar military propaganda and the spread of violent pages online. The country has been struggling to maintain order after the military coup in February.
Kim Yo-jong Shoots Down Talks With US Officials Over Nuclear Program
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's sister, Kim Yo-jong, recently said the United States had the wrong idea about the situation in the country. She said the expectations of American officials could lead to greater disappointments.
What To Know About Iranian President-Elect Ebrahim Raisi, New President Faces US Sanctions
Iran's election yielded the victory of Ebrahim Raisi. He has firm beliefs on the nuclear deal discussions and meeting with President Joe Biden.
New York Mayoral Race: Polls Close But Final Results May Not Come Out Until July
Polls have closed in NYC's first ranked-choice election. Mayor Bill de Blasio’s successor will confront a series of hate crimes and gunnings.
Pelosi Proposes House-Led Commission to Investigate January 6 Capitol Siege
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi revealed plans to create a commission to investigate the January 6 Capitol siege that resulted in the deaths of multiple people. The official's comments came after President Joe Biden previously said he did not want a presidential commission to review the attack.