Republicans are taking advantage of the Biden administration's refusal to enforce a law designed to make sure stimulus money isn't used for tax breaks.
To persuade certain demographics to take the COVID-19 vaccine, celebrities have been called on to help get the message across.
The Iraqi Prime Minister's Office told Newsweek that President Joe Biden's Middle East coordinator discussed "mechanisms for withdrawing combat forces from Iraq," but a senior administration official denied the claim.
"We're glad that they're doing what they're doing," a Defense Department official said of the Taliban fight against ISIS, "because it mirrors and parallels what we're trying to do for our counterterrorism mission."
If you are among the eligible parents for the payments but did not receive one yet, the IRS has set up a system to allow you to track the money.
The moderate Democratic senator said he was "very, very disturbed" by some provisions in the massive spending package.
Black Lives Matter issued a statement after Cubans took to the streets to call for political change amid the nation's worst economic crisis in decades.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said the latest U.S. remarks offering support to ASEAN "deliberately stoke disputes on territorial sovereignty and maritime rights and interests."
Pence called America's return to the WHO under Biden without "demanding a single concession" an example of the U.S. "rolling over to communist China."
The ACLU said about 2,000 migrants have been admitted to the U.S. in May, but the number has not been updated by the Biden administration since then.
A man was shot in front of his family for participating in a protest on Sunday in Cuba. Over 100 people have been arrested or disappeared since the start of the protests.
The rift over crime appears to be yet another example of what Thomas Picketty has referred to as the rise of the "Brahmin Left."
Former President Ronald Reagan urged Mikhail Gorbachev, then the leader of the Soviet Union, to "tear down this wall" in a 1987 speech near the Berlin Wall.
When asked about the filibuster issue's absence from the speech, the president appeared to sidestep the issue, answering only "I'm not filibustering now."
Russia "stressed the inadmissibility of foreign interference" in Cuba, while China "firmly opposes foreign interference in Cuba's internal affairs."
Biden and Harris, who have spent weeks advocating for broad federal voting rights measures, plan to meet in the coming days with dozens of Texas lawmakers.
The Supreme Court announced it will consider reinstating the death penalty for Tsarnaev in October after it was overturned in 2020.
"I am very, very excited," a White House assistant press secretary tweeted ahead of the singer's expected visit.
The trip will mark Jill Biden's first excursion abroad as first lady without her husband, President Joe Biden. The couple led the U.S. delegation at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
The American president said the U.S. stands with Cuban protesters and condemned "decades of repression" by "Cuba's authoritarian regime."
"Remember when Obama attended baseball games with Castros while they imprisoned, beat, and killed the Cuban people," Trump said as protests flare up in Cuba again.
"We hope that in 2021, President Biden can fix what Kennedy broke in 1961," Gutierrez-Boronat told Newsweek in an interview Monday.
"There is no question that Biden's continuation of the Trump policy and his walking back of his campaign promise to return to the diplomatic approach that Obama took has had a major impact on the Cuban people and the Cuban government," Vermont Law School assistant professor Jared Carter told Newsweek.
Biden is standing by the demonstrations that swept Cuba over the weekend as a historic demand for basic rights in the communist island nation.
President Joe Biden plans to decry "efforts to strip the right to vote as authoritarian and anti-American" in a voting rights speech Tuesday, according to the press secretary.