The United States will establish diplomatic relations with the Cooks Islands and Niue, a move aimed at bolstering ties with partners in the Indo-Pacific.
The public's trust in the American political system has hit a low not seen in several decades, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center.
"There's no question that that Cold War consensus [on Russia] is a thing of the past," Russia expert Michael David-Fox tells Newsweek.
The fundraising events have given President Biden an opportunity to discuss domestic politics during a busy week of international diplomacy.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is seeking to convince more countries that are neutral on the war in Ukraine to back Kyiv over Russia.
President Biden and other leaders face pressure to show that Ukraine won't overshadow climate change and other issues at the U.N General Assembly this week.
President Biden frequently invokes the term "Bidenomics" to draw a contrast between his vision for growing the American economy and the Republican Party.
Judicial nominations is one area where Democrats can move President Biden's agenda forward as the focus starts shifting to the 2024 presidential race.
President Biden will use the G20 Summit to call for debt relief for developing countries and other reforms to the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.
Talks on an arms deal between North Korea and Russia could lead to a meeting between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The U.S. and Ukraine are negotiating a long-term security agreement that would establish Ukraine as a critical long-term U.S. partner in Eastern Europe.
The first 2024 Republican primary debate did little to change the outlines of the race.
"[This will] make clear to everyone that we are here to stay in the Indo-Pacific region," a Biden administration official told reporters prior to the summit.
President Biden framed the Inflation Reduction Act as a historic investment in clean energy that would create new jobs for middle class Americans.
Talks are ongoing for Saudi Arabia and Israel to normalize relations but a deal hasn't been reached yet, according to a senior Biden administration official.
The difference between President Biden's low key approach to 2024 and the chaotic Republican primary race has been stark.
Support for Kyiv will be a key issue in the 2024 election. The outcome will shape U.S. foreign policy for years to come—and could determine who wins the war.
Vice President Harris is enjoying a rare moment in the spotlight traveling the country on major issues while President Biden is on vacation.
Israeli President Isaac Herzog's visit Tuesday to Washington comes at a fraught moment in the relationship between the United States and Israel.
President Biden's drug czar Rahul Gupta travels to the border Thursday to announce the expansion of a scanning system used to detect narcotics.
"What we see from this data is that Russia's military still relies mostly on Western components" for its weapons systems, an analyst told Newsweek.
"There's no point in trying to wait us out. We're not going anywhere," UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said in a warning to Vladimir Putin.
"Neither side got everything it wanted," President Joe Biden said. "That's the responsibility of governing."
President Biden's decision on allowing U.S. allies to provide Ukraine with fighter jets marks a turning point in the war between Ukraine and Russia.
It's an open question how long it will take Ukrainian pilots to be trained to fly the F-16s, and when the fighter jets will make their way to the battlefield.
A G7 visit would be a high-profile international trip for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky as he seeks to secure more military aid from Western allies.
"All G7 members are preparing to implement new sanctions and export controls" on Russia, a senior Biden administration official said.
"There was no plausible way to disconnect a $1.7-trillion economy from the world in weeks or months," said a former deputy national security advisor.
"Neither side wants to be seen as the party that created the default," an economist told Newsweek, but "both sides are digging their heels in."
"People haven't forgotten how awful Trump was," said Mark Chorazak, a top Biden donor in 2020, "and that'll motivate donors to give money."