John Paul Mac Isaac asks for Hunter Biden probe over false laptop report
Hunter Biden and his attorneys may have broken the law by using false information last week to report that his laptop had been “stolen”, claim lawyers for John Paul Mac Isaac.
Everything we know about ‘Chinese spy balloon’ found hovering above northern US
The balloon was shot down on Saturday per President Joe Biden’s orders
McCarthy calls on Biden to accept spending cuts in debt ceiling fight
White House has said Biden will discuss issue after ceiling is lifted, while Republicans insist on cuts first
China accuses US of indiscriminate use of force over balloon
Vice Foreign Minister Xie Feng said he lodged a formal complaint with the U.S. Embassy on Sunday over the “U.S. attack on a Chinese civilian unmanned airship by military force.”
No classified documents found in Justice Department search of Biden's beach home
The only other known location where Biden's papers may be stored is at his alma mater
Tesla bumps up Model Y price after EV tax credit adjustment
The Model Y Long Range costs $1,500 more.
20 attorneys general warn Walgreens, CVS over abortion pills
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Attorneys general in 20 conservative-led states warned CVS and Walgreens on Wednesday that they could face legal consequences if they sell abortion pills by mail in those states. A letter from Republican Missouri Attorney General Andrew
Yes, I own a wood-burning stove. The shame . . .
A crackdown on stoves will mean £300 fines. I have one — what now, asks Helen Rumbelow
Biden makes progress on 'unity agenda' outlined in 2022
WASHINGTON (AP) — A year ago, President Joe Biden used his first State of the Union address to push top Democratic priorities that were sure to face a battle in the narrowly divided Congress but he also laid out a four-pronged “unity agenda” that
Why this year’s State of the Union will be so different
Biden will seek to frame the 2024 debate on his own terms, and outline not only what he’s for and against, but also tout what he’s already done.
US, Philippines agree on larger American military presence
US forces to be granted access to four more Philippine military camps
House G.O.P. Subpoenas Biden Officials for Investigating School-Related Threats
Representative Jim Jordan, the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, demanded documents for an investigation into whether the government mistreated parents accused of threatening school officials.
Biden's handwritten notes part of classified docs probe
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden is a man who writes down his thoughts. And some of those handwritten musings over his decades of public service are now a part of a special counsel's investigation into the handling of classified documents.
Balloon bursts hopes for end to spiraling US-China tensions
Monday was supposed to be a day of modest hope in the U.S.-China relationship
January Job Growth Is a Boost for Biden
President Biden has for months pointed to solid hiring trends as evidence that his agenda has rebuilt the economy after the pandemic shutdowns.
State of the Union: What were the top stories in the EU this week?
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, European Council President Charles Michel and foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell travelled to Kyiv for an EU-Ukraine summit on Friday. #StateOfTheUnion
New bill would force airlines to pay bumped passengers $1,350
Airlines would be forced to pay passengers who are bumped from an oversold flight $1,350 under a new proposal introduced in the Senate in the wake of a Southwest Airlines scheduling fiasco that led…
Enough is enough, George Santos
Allowing an individual with this track record to remain in Congress defies common sense
Iran singer who faces prison wins Grammy for protest anthem
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — An Iranian singer who faces possible prison time for his song that's become an anthem to the ongoing protests shaking the Islamic Republic wept early Monday after seeing he'd won a Grammy.
Can Congress pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act?
Lawmakers failed to meet Joe Biden’s deadline for comprehensive police reform legislation. Republicans say the bill is a ‘nonstarter’ while families of victims of police violence demand action
Covid: Last chance for adults under-50 to get booster
People aged 16-49 in England have until 12 February to take up the offer of a vaccine booster.
Judge: Banning guns for marijuana users unconstitutional
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A federal judge in Oklahoma has ruled that a federal law prohibiting people who use marijuana from owning firearms is unconstitutional, the latest challenge to firearms regulat…
U.S. shoots down Chinese balloon off South Carolina coast
U.S. defense and military officials said Saturday that the balloon entered the U.S. air defense zone north of the Aleutian Islands on Jan. 28 and moved largely over land across Alaska and then into Canadian airspace in the Northwest Territories on Monday.
Joe Biden's State of the Union rewrite
China looms over Biden's State of the Union speech
State of the Union erupts as Biden and GOP trade barbs
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) was caught on a hot mic yelling "you lie" and "liar."