In the Marines, I lived by the credo "leave no one behind." Now that I am in civilian life, I am urging our policymakers not to leave any of us behind.
New York's first female governor is "the clear favorite among New York Democrats, leading potential primary opponents by more than 30 points," a poll showed.
Ballard Partners will provide Guatemala with "strategic consulting and advocacy services" for its interactions with the U.S. government and officials.
Prince Harry revealed he will always see Britain as home and wants his two children to know the country—even as he sued the U.K. government.
Stemming from the Dutch word for "pirate," the term filibuster became popular in the U.S. during the 1850s.
The protests in Kazakhstan over soaring fuel prices "were hijacked by terrorists, extremists and criminal groups," said the country's Foreign Ministry.
"As the Delta and Omicron variants have illustrated, pandemic response needs will continue to evolve," Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo said Thursday.
The nine justices received boosters days before a special session to hear arguments over President Joe Biden's vaccine mandates.
"In short, we panicked," wrote the infectious disease expert in his new book.
The climate crisis is here. Things are getting worse. We must turn things around.
Face coverings are required in some U.S. states amid the ongoing threat of the Omicron variant, which has been reported across about half of the country.
"I don't care about the variants because of natural immunity," sang the woman during a recent San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting.
The British prime minister has faced criticism following a leaked video showing his staff joking about a holiday party allegedly held at 10 Downing Street.
Black women are capable of providing leadership that is responsive to the broad swath of Americans' needs.
The vote passed in the Senate by a margin of 69-28.
The vote was passed along party lines, 221-212. Representative Adam Kinzinger was the only Republican to join the Democrats in voting "yes."
Governments must lay out their plans to spark the clean economy that our future demands.
The pandemic has taken a heavier toll on women with children, causing many to quit the workforce, leaving economists to speculate if a return is in sight.
An investigation by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) found that Guerly Estimé of Montreal received nearly $144,821 CAD.
"Sean loves the people of Wisconsin, and would be virtually unbeatable," the former president touted in a statement.
Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack said the COVID-19 pandemic caused a "significant disruption" to food assistance programs.
Giving preference to local or government-run firms is prohibited by the USMCA agreement, which Mexico wants to flout with a new constitutional reform.
Very few Americans, only two in 10, said they're very worried that they personally play a role in the spread of misinformation.
"The only way that this state is going to rid itself of these far-right radicals is to get more people into that Republican primary," said Bob Kustra, a former president of Boise State University.
"For too long, companies have chosen silence under the mistaken belief that it's less risky to hide a breach," Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco said.
"What we need to remember is when we see these numbers go down, it's not a signal to let up. It's a signal to push harder," said Dr. Marybeth Sexton.
The Harvard University graduate alleged that Facebook is aware its social media platforms are used to spread hate, violence and misinformation.