Johnson has been embroiled in scandal after scandal, including over parties that took place in Downing Street during strict COVID-19 lockdowns.
The president had previously hinted Friday that he would attend the event in Washington, D.C.
Why population shifts from Blue States from Red States, long in the making, may change politics for decades to come
Liberals feign compassion for inner-city students and their families, but force generation after generation of black children into a failed education system.
Brits say they now regret voting to leave European Union
Leader of the centrist Liberal Democrats on what his religion teaches him about politics and how his party plans to recover from 2015's electoral collapse.
Tom Brake, a Liberal Democrat MP, said that "I would suspect every single MP has received this abuse."
Vote could redefine the issue of Europe in British politics.
The government's hard Brexiters may get a shock if the Liberal Democrats win.
Newt Gingrich's 1994 version was limited in scope and rode an anti-Clinton wave. The New York Mayor is trying something harder.
Two polls on the final day of campaigning found Labour and the Conservatives tied
The two main parties have been neck-and-neck in most opinion polls since the start of the year, with neither establishing a sustained lead.
Labour leader polls 35% after debating four smaller party leaders, including SNP's Nicola Sturgeon, who got 31%.
The contest comes before an unusually close national election on May 7.
The Lib Dem leader is trailing Labour by two points.
Bubbling under the UK's general election campaign is a promised referendum on EU membership. Is Britain heading for the way out?
Britain's continued membership of the European Union hangs on the outcome of the election on May 7.
Miliband said he is a "resilient guy" and believes he has been underestimated.
Polls suggest Scottish National Party could form third biggest party in UK Parliament after May 7 election.
The Conservative party held a fundraiser this week where some tickets cost more than a minimum wage salary.
A new model predicting the outcome of the election produced a 94.5% chance of a coalition government.
Cameron has said he will boycott the election debates unless the Green party is also included.
Cameron added that he would be "happy for there to be no debates at all".
The party has doubled its membership this year, and is now close to overtaking the Liberal Democrats