"Our country has never been so embarrassed or humiliated," Trump said.
The FDA advisory committee may still vote to approve the third shot for elderly populations, but the announcement is a huge setback for the Biden administration.
Some of the money hasn't been spent due to bottlenecks or blockages at the state or local level. "We're facing a lot of pushback," said President Joe Biden.
Thirty-nine percent of GOP voters said they support Democrats' $3.5 trillion "human infrastructure" bill, despite no Republican lawmakers backing the package.
GOP congressmen told Newsweek the White House must be ready to order military operations against terrorist organizations in Afghanistan if they pose a threat.
China's Foreign Ministry was asked about this week's controversy surrounding "secret" phone calls Gen. Mark Milley made to his opposite number in Beijing.
DeSantis has promised to "fight like hell" to make sure residents of Florida can get access to the treatment.
In his order, Judge Robert Pitman, an Obama appointee, said that Texas "wished to be heard" on the abortion law.
"The problem of abortion, abortion is more than a problem, abortion is murder," Pope Francis said. "Scientifically, it's a human life."
IU Health gave its employees a September 1 deadline to get vaccinated against COVID.
Biden told reporters Thursday that he's "confident" Congress will pass both the bipartisan physical infrastructure plan and the Build Back Better plan.
"Your plan is disastrous and counterproductive," prosecutors, led by Attorney General Alan Wilson of South Carolina, wrote in a letter to President Joe Biden.
The economists said more spending is needed to reverse "years of disinvestment in public goods" and to address "the country's long-term needs."
The Quinnipiac University survey found that 63 percent of people supported the requirement for staff and pupils to wear face coverings.
The suit was filed after a former staffer, Tara Reade, accused Biden of sexually assaulting her more than 30 years ago. He has denied the allegation.
The president's rating has dropped to 46 percent from 50.3 percent in August.
"Sen. Josh Hawley, is still trying to accomplish what he could not pull off with his power-to-the-rioters raised fist on Jan. 6," the Kanas City Star wrote.
In an emotive interview on Thursday, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian accused the United States of leading a betrayal of trust against France.
China's Foreign Ministry said the U.S. and U.K. decision to export "highly sensitive" nuclear submarine technology was "extremely irresponsible behavior."
Biden was announcing a trilateral AUKUS security agreement during a virtual press conference.
The former president suggested President Joe Biden won't fire Milley because of what he might say about Afghanistan.
"This is our state," Missouri state Senator Bill Eigel told a crowd of protestors, "And we don't have to do what Biden tells us to do."
The vice president is the obvious candidate to follow Joe Biden. But she's not popular, and the California governor now looks like a stronger candidate.
Biden defended the Joint Chiefs Chair amid backlash over calls he had with his Chinese counterpart during the previous administration.
"Let's be very clear, this information request is merely another step to undermine democracy," said Democratic Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf.
Greene is the latest Republican to call for the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to face a military trial over reports about conversations with a Chinese general.
The president's position on vaccines has come under scrutiny amid sweeping new rules in the fight against COVID.
The New York congresswoman attended the event in a custom gown with the words "Tax the Rich" splashed in red across the back.