Pence and Trump reportedly parted ways "amicably" in the wake of the Capitol riot, but it remains a divisive issue more than a year later.
The Forbes Avenue Bridge near Frick Park in Pittsburgh collapsed hours before Biden's visit to promote his $1 trillion infrastructure law.
The justice's retirement gives President Biden the opportunity to nominate a replacement ahead of this fall's elections.
A senior administration official said "territorial integrity and respect for sovereignty" are "fundamental principles on which" the U.S. and China "have a very shared basis and view."
Joe Biden has warned Ukrainian President Vlodomyr Zelensky that an invasion by Russian forces in February is a "distinct possibility" despite ongoing diplomatic talks. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
In the early days of the pandemic, Italy was one of the hardest-hit countries, but since last year the European Union nation has been firmly looking to its future, while aiming to put behind it decades of slow growth and perceived economic stagnation.
The Thai economy could surge by 5-6% in 2022, according to official estimates, as the Asian tiger economy puts the worst of the covid-19 pandemic behind it and benefits from strong long-term policymaking that emphasizes sustainability and circularity.
Allies in Eastern Europe worried the U.S. wasn't taking the Russian threat seriously enough. Then Biden held his disastrous press conference.
Temperatures across New England are set to plunge to below freezing in many places, as locals brace themselves for a cold snap.
Since 2020, some Trump allies in the state have filed lawsuits to invalidate mail-in ballots, challenges likely to be heard in light of the latest ruling.
Hippchen said he was "insanely disappointed" after missing out on the Inspiration4 mission—the world's first spaceflight manned solely by civilians.
"The Taiwan issue is the biggest tinderbox between China and the United States," said Qin Gang, China's ambassador to the U.S.
The former president has long pedaled false claims of voter fraud through mail-in votes.
The Marquette Law School survey found that President Joe Biden would beat both Republicans in a 2024 matchup, but his lead is smaller against the governor of Florida.
The Annenberg Public Policy Center survey found mixed messages about COVID caused a drop in faith in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Metropolitan Police asked for the Sue Gray report to include "minimal reference" to events it is currently investigating, prompting backlash.
The U.S. and Ukrainian presidents discussed the Russian military build-up by Ukraine's border.
Soros says his 9-figure contribution will go to the Democracy PAC as a "long-term investment."
A new poll indicates that Paul's place in the Senate would be safe if the election were held today.
"We repeat our calls to all actors to cease all offensive operations which also hinder...humanitarian access," said a State Department spokesperson.
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