The infectious diseases expert has faced criticism from Republicans over the United States' handling of the novel coronavirus.
"The Biden administration's decision to purchase and donate additional COVID-19 vaccine doses is the kind of bold leadership that is needed to end this global pandemic," said Tom Hart, acting CEO at The ONE Campaign.
"I wholeheartedly support what [the Biden administration] is trying to do and I'm sure they're going to receive lots of criticism. But it's a long-term process, so I salute them for getting started," Mayor John Ferguson of Presidio, Texas, told Newsweek.
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell ripped the Biden administration on Wednesday for cutting off infrastructure negotiations with U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, who has had multiple conversations directly with the president in recent days to try to hash out an agreement that GOP lawmakers.
Paul Whelan, whose arrest for espionage has been condemned by the U.S., is hoping to return home to his family.
Joe Biden swatted away a cicada on his neck as he waited outside Air Force One.
The Florida senator opened his video by saying, "I've always known that my opponent for the Senate was going to be a far-left, liberal Democrat."
A 2020 study by the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory found the lab leak theory of COVID's origins to be plausible.
She made the comments in response to Vice President Kamala Harris telling migrants not to cross over the border into the U.S.
The Commerce Department will conduct its own "evidence-based" analysis of the apps to assess any national security risks related to user data collection or to Chinese military or intelligence activities.
China called the 90-day review an "attempt at political manipulation" and accused President Biden of getting in the way of an international effort to end the pandemic.
Xi Jinping is now his country's central decision-maker, said Kurt Campbell, the White House's Indo-Pacific policy chief.
Republicans in the Senate successfully used the filibuster to block a bipartisan commission on the events of January 6.
An outlandish theory suggesting the president is "a lookalike, double or clone" is starting to spread across social media platforms.
In his first in-depth conversation with a U.S. media outlet, the Polish prime minister expressed frustration with President Biden's energy policy, offered a nuanced view of China and stressed the need to push back on Big Tech.
Mateusz Morawiecki told Newsweek the U.S. president's pivot away from fossil fuels will leave producers from Russia and the Arab world in the driving seat.
"Technically, a lot of these tools that are being leveraged for ransomware are tools that were leaked from our own organization," one cybersecurity official told Newsweek on the condition of anonymity.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken told Congress the US was consulting with allies in order to develop a "common approach" to the question of whether to boycott the Winter Olympics in Beijing in 2022.
"Two of the wealthiest people in this country, Mr. Elon Musk and Mr. Bezos, [are] deciding that they are going to take control over our space industry," Sanders said in the Senate floor speech.
Stark state-to-state variation in vaccine rates had prompted the White House to implore governors to increase their numbers, particularly in Mississippi, where only 34 percent of the population has received their shots.
More than 80 percent of Democrats in the U.S. House and Senate are backing legislation that would block states from adopting strict abortion regulations—an effort abortion rights advocates say is needed before the conservative-leaning U.S. Supreme Court takes its next action on state-level abortion laws.
Tlaib is the latest progressive to express disappointment over the Biden administration's U-turn on immigration policy.
"It's going to take someone with, I think, name recognition and deep pockets to be able to run against McClintock, and so I'm considering it," Milano said about flipping California's 4th congressional district in 2024.
He made the comments during a meeting to discuss the country's military.
Harris cited a goal of addressing the "root causes of migration" for her current trip to Guatemala and Mexico.
Manchin's faced criticism for pandering to his Republican constituents, but back home, the GOP doesn't think his pushback to Democrats goes far enough.
U.S. Senator Joe Manchin's meeting with civil rights leaders about proposed voting reform laws and the Senate filibuster was "very productive and very informative," he told reporters after it ended, but it didn't change his mind about either.
Democratic Senator Joe Manchin had earlier reaffirmed his position on the filibuster, saying he would not change Senate rules.
The Border Patrol's Yuma, Arizona, sector recorded the highest number of separations of the agency's nine sectors on the Mexican border with 1,114.