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Michigan to lift restrictions next week; Joe Biden touts 300M US vaccine shots in 150 days: Latest COVID-19 updates
Michigan is lifting indoor restrictions and mask requirements. The US embassy in Afghanistan locked down amid case surge. Latest COVID-19 updates.
The Roman Catholic bishops of the United States voted overwhelmingly to draft a statement on the sacrament of the Eucharist, which would not allow President Biden to take communion because of his views on abortion.
Trump's former Vice President Mike Pence was booed at what should've been a friendly crowd at the Faith & Freedom Coalition conference in Orlando.
Readers regret that Mr. Biden was not more punitive but praise his willingness to apologize to a reporter. Also: Juneteenth; Portland's plight.
An exodus of top-level officials during the previous administration has left the Department of Housing and Urban Development short of expertise even as its role expands.
President Biden set a deadline of having 70 percent of U.S. adults partly vaccinated against the coronavirus by July 4, but on Friday he plans to trumpet a different milestone: 300 million shots in his first 150 days in office.
The decision was aimed at the nation’s second Catholic president and exposed bitter divisions in American Catholicism.
From indifferent to devoted in just four short years.
Donald Trump ranted about 'the Blacks' he had done 'all this stuff for' who he didn't think would vote for him in the aftermath of the George Floyd protests.
Former White House doctor Rep. Ronny Jackson and 13 other Republicans want President Joe Biden to take a mental cognition test and share the results.
Mitch McConnell says proposal is ‘rotten to the core’Manchin’s plan tries to attract bipartisan support in Senate 2.25pm BST Christopher Staudinger reports for the Louisiana Illuminator and Floodlight, a nonprofit that partners with the Guardian:One morning in...
The president’s visit to Europe isn’t about trade deals but repairing US domestic politicsDuring his first trip abroad as US president last week, Joe Biden kept telling Europe that “the US is back”. Before the G7 meeting, Biden signed a new Atlantic charter with Boris...
Live updates: Biden, Harris focus on pandemic with nation on track to fall short of vaccination goal
Coronavirus cases and restrictions are receding, but the nation risks falling short of Biden’s goal of administering at least one vaccination shot to 70 percent of adults by July 4.
Joe Biden's evolution on LGBTQ rights has been filled with twists and turns, but activists now regard him as an unequivocal ally for their cause.
Although Biden has vowed not to hire his own family, some ethics experts are disappointed that he hasn’t done more to shift away from the nepotism and cronyism practiced under Trump.
The Supreme Court has handed Republicans the perfect opportunity to lay down their weapons. Attacking this health care law is both cruel and futile.
During a Workers’ Party meeting, the North Korean leader reviewed the new U.S. policy on his country and ordered “counteraction,” state news media reported.
The US will officially recognize Juneteenth as a federal holiday on 19 June after Joe Biden signed a bill into law which commemorates the end of slavery in the country. The president described a day to remember the moral stain of slavery but also to celebrate the...
Dr. Anthony Fauci announced on Thursday that the White House was investing over $3 billion to advance the development of antiviral pills to treat Covid-19 as well as future virus outbreaks.
Democrats are considering moving unilaterally on a sweeping economic package even as bipartisan talks continue on a smaller infrastructure bill.
Biden signed the law enacting the federal holiday after Congress reached a sudden and unexpected bipartisan agreement this week.
Biden signs bill at jubilant ceremony as US takes steps to confront shameful historyThe US will officially recognize Juneteenth, which commemorates the end of slavery in America, as a federal holiday after Joe Biden signed a bill into law on Thursday.At a jubilant...
WeChat, TikTok, other apps targeted by Trump are eligible for review by Biden's team, sources say.
The law went into effect immediately, making Friday the first federal Juneteenth holiday in American history.