The leaders of Russia and the U.S. are due to speak on a video call, with a range of pressing issues to address, including Ukraine.
The COVID-19 strain has put the world on high alert, and its ramifications could spell bad news for the president.
The former president has suggested such an event would be a "ratings bonanza for television," as he blasted the media for "trying to demean the real results."
While Democrats might despise the former president, his presence in a race could provide a clearer route to take tactically.
Many families will hope to avoid talking about politics as they gather together. But while it might feel uncomfortable to debate, it could help heal divisions.
The relentless Democratic criticism of the Republican House minority leader is playing into his hands ahead of the 2022 midterms.
As O'Rourke mounts a bid to oust the Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott, he has lessons to learn from his presidential campaign.
Early signs point to a Republican Party resurgence come 2022. But the GOP could be blocked by problems of its own making.
The former world chess champion, who is now Avast's security ambassador, outlined how America should deal with cyber threats.
Deborah Archer said the ACLU is "fighting some of those fights that we fought" under Donald Trump and that the Biden Administration must do more.
BLM's Ayọ Tometi said the movement needed more power and that it had not enjoyed the kind of access to the White House people have assumed.
Andy Yen, who founded ProtonMail in 2014, said the metaverse is "insidious" and that the link between data and profit conflicts with Meta's promises on privacy.
The progressive commentator told Newsweek the defeat should push Democrats to utilize their position in Washington.
A vice president at Meta, formerly known as Facebook, addressed the issues raised by whistleblower Frances Haugen during an event at the 2021 Web Summit.
With the gubernatorial races tight, Virginia's in particular, the impact of politics in the nation's capital could prove to have an effect on the outcomes.
The former president clearly had an impact on suburban votes when he was in office. But will tying candidates to him have a similar impact now he's not?
In recent years, the party in the White House has struggled in the midterms. Signals indicate difficulty for Biden in just over a year's time.
The president has come under scrutiny over how he has spent his time, with him having not visited the southern border despite concerns over the situation there.
The Tesla CEO's wealth is even more notable when compared with other famous billionaires.
Images of people dressed in red outfits worn by guards in the Netflix series have spread on social media.
Former President Donald Trump is due to launch a new social media platform.
The former president criticized a decision in New York to remove a statue of the third president of the United States.
The White House press secretary referred to COVID deaths among police officers when discussing vaccine mandates.
The president has spoken of his desire to close the divides across the nation. So far, such hope hasn't come to fruition.
Different states' vaccination rates have come under scrutiny with questions about how COVID-19 is being dealt with nationwide.
The former president has repeatedly made claims about military equipment left behind in Afghanistan.
There have been ongoing debates around the use of antibody treatments and vaccines amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The rise in nonfarm payroll employment fell below the monthly job growth average for the year.
While Democrats could act alone to lift the debt ceiling, the party's leadership has rejected doing so.