Body camera footage of the Jan. 6 Capitol riots was released after media organizations went to court to request access. One clip shows a Marine Corp veteran attacking police with a flagpole.
Fewer Iranians turned up to vote this year, fearing that it is 'useless' to vote when other politicians put a stop to any progress. Others find candidates untrustworthy and unable to keep their promises.
A man in King County, Washington, was charged with two counts of a hate crime after he was accused of beating two women of color earlier in June. He posted bail after the first alleged attack and is accused of attacking a second less than a week later.
The Supreme Court sides with the Catholic foster care agency that refused to certify same sex couple in a case against the state of Philadelphia after it tried to limit relations with the agency.
Internet outages affected the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, some airlines, financial institutions and other companies across the globe. The outage at Akamai hit just days after a similar disruption happened with Fastly.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said the Biden administration took the recent inflation very seriously and assured the Treasury Department was investigating how information about the taxes of America's billionaires was obtained by ProPublica.
Foreign policy chief of the EU, Josep Borrell said relations with Russia are at the "lowest level" and are likely to get worse. Russia still plays a big role in trade with the EU and further debates will be held on how to deal with it.
"The Mozambican authorities should publicly disclose his whereabouts, allow him access to a lawyer and visits by relatives, and, if he is to be charged, promptly bring him before a court," Lewis Mudge, Central Africa director at Human Rights Watch, said about Cassien Ntamuhanga.
"Traditional banks have not always seen or understood the vision of women, small business owners, small business owners of color, small business owners who serve low-income communities," Vice President Kamala Harris said.
The parade provided an early challenge for Israel's new prime minister, Naftali Bennett, a hardline Israeli nationalist who has promised a pragmatic approach as he presides over a delicate, diverse coalition government.
Federal health officials believe virus infections may have occurred in the U.S. as early as December 2019, weeks before the first reported cases.
With the current relationship between the superpowers at its lowest, this meeting will be a crucial step in moving forward.
Biden met with E.U. leaders to strengthen ties and discuss trade. With U.S.-Russian relations at an all time low, NATO leaders warn Russia or there will be no 'business as usual.'
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has postponed his decision to withdraw from the defense agreement it has with the U.S. Duterte wants payment and vaccines in order to keep the agreement that lets U.S. troops train in the Philippines.
U.S. Catholic bishops will meet on Wednesday about a split on whether or not to continue an initiative that could rebuke President Joe Biden for reviving Communion while supporting abortion rights. Many bishops are hesitant to act in a rush, saying it would only benefit Trump to go through with it.
John Demers, the Justice Departments top NSA official, will leave his position by the end of next week after it was revealed the department seized records from Democrats and members of the media. He will be replaced by Mark Lesko, acting U.S. attorney in New York's Eastern District.
Naftali Bennett took over as Prime Minister in Israel after ousting Benjamin Netanyahu. The Sunday election ended Netanyahu's 12-year rule with a close vote of 60-59 in Knesset. Bennett was sworn in late Sunday and in two years Foreign Minister Yair Lapid will take over as prime minister.
The Trump administration built about 450 miles of wall, moving quickly by waiving requirements for environmental reviews and mediation, though only about 52 miles were in areas where no barrier previously existed.
The minister said he is hopeful the coming months will bring signed contracts to develop key projects that could boost Iraq's gas capacity.
The U.K. recorded over 8,000 new cases, the highest since late February, mostly all connected to the Delta variant. Prime Minister Boris Johnson will announce on Monday if England will still lift social distancing restrictions.
With supply far over the demand, some states are sending back millions of COVID-19 vaccines to the federal government. The U.S. is now struggling to figure out to do what to do with the doses before they expire at the end of the month.
FDA allowed two more batches of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine to dispatch but said because of the possibility of contamination, other batches should not be released. Additional batches are still under review.
The Vatican is taking steps to implementing a term limit on leadership positions. They hope applying a term limit will prevent abuses of power and more scandals.
The U.N. council meeting came just ahead of the summit of the Group of Seven major industrialized nations—which Russia was ousted from in 2014—and next week's first meeting between U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Indiana Department of Health is closing COVID-19 testing sites and giving the responsibility to pharmacies, clinics, and local health departments.
French President Emmanuel Macron wants the European Union to match the U.S.' ambitions of donating 500 million vaccines. He has insisted on helping Africa in particular.
Surveillance on Afghanistan will continue to happen from outside the country's borders as U.S. troops withdraw. Afghanistan was concerned that lack of U.S. support would lead to the Taliban increasing their attacks on the Afghan government.
Iran's state TV reported an Iranian destroyer and support vessel are sailing in the Atlantic Ocean without revealing its final destination. Its cargo is suspected to end up in Venezuela.
China's Ministry of Commerce said Thursday that a U.S. move to revoke the Trump administration's executive orders intended to ban apps like TikTok and WeChat was a "positive step."
The Biden administration announced it would donate 200 million doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to developing countries in Africa. Africa's CDC director said it's a call for celebration, but many questions are still left unanswered.