"The humanitarian crisis happening under this administration on the southern border disgustingly mirrors some of the darkest moments in America's history," Derrick Johnson said.
Biden may be heading for a midterm wipeout, but Republican governors in Florida and Texas may also face the ire of voters over their handling of the pandemic.
"There is no European policy. The Americans are shifting to China. So they have a foreign policy: China, China, China," said former ambassador Gérard Araud.
Fewer Democrats in Iowa see the country as headed in the right direction under Biden than Republicans did under Trump.
DeSantis has taken aim at President Joe Biden over the therapy's distribution, but the governor remains under fire for opposing mask mandates.
A State Department spokesperson referred to the Turkestan Islamic Party as "Uyghur terrorists," but would not comment on whether the U.S. would designate it a terrorist organization.
"The United States should start by leading by example and issuing visas to some members of the UN's Afghan staff," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and 11 Democrats wrote in a letter to Biden.
Psaki was asked by a reporter whether "someone would be fired, demoted, passed over and held accountable in the military ranks for" the botched U.S. drone strike in Afghanistan that killed 10 people.
U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres has said that a U.S.-China Cold War would be "dangerous and more difficult to manage" than past conflicts.
The U.S. Department of Justice has launched an emergency legal challenge to the Texas law, seeking to immediately block its enforcement.
The AUKUS deal is "not something that anybody needs to worry about, and particularly not our French friends," U.K. Prime Minster Boris Johnson said.
Joe Biden is set to convene a virtual summit of world leaders and global health officials to defeat COVID-19 on Wednesday, September 22.
GOP governors from 26 states sent a letter to President Joe Biden asking for an imminent meeting to discuss the ongoing situation at the U.S.-Mexico border.
"This ruling by the parliamentarian, is only a recommendation," said Representative Ilhan Omar. "Schumer and the White House can and should ignore it."
Eighty-three percent of Democrats said the COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective, while 50 percent of Republicans agreed, according to a Fox News survey.
"Murderers, drug dealers, and criminals of all shapes and sizes are a big part of this massive migration," the former president said on Sunday.
The Biden administration has three deportation flights planned for Sunday, and will run four a day starting on Monday.
U.S. officials initially claimed the August 29 strike took out an ISIS militant, but it has been revealed that it killed 10 civilians, including seven children.
"She couches the hate in alarmist, anti-immigrant rhetoric that's become standard fare for the party of Donald Trump," the Times Union editorial said.
"It will provoke other powers to take more aggressive action," Malaysia's prime minister warned on Saturday amid concerns of China's response.
More than 700 civilians were killed by airstrikes in Afghanistan in 2019 alone—the highest number since the beginning of the war in 2001 and 2002.
"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.