After Ismail Khan, a former Afghan interpreter for the US Army, applied for a special immigrant visa to come to the United States, he waited more than two years. During that time, he lived with constant threats, unable to work or stay in one place for too long.
Everyone’s favorite alleged sex offender Matt Gaetz has reassured us that if Donald Trump doesn’t step up again in 2024, he’s willing to take on the mantle. In a text message to the New York Post (yes, that’s right), he wrote on Wednesday that “I support
National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan is meeting with his Russian counterpart in Geneva, the proposed host city, this week to finalize details, according to one official familiar with the preliminary planning but not authorised to discuss the deliberations publicly.
Governors and mayors across the US have had to grapple with previously unthinkable questions over the past year. Do I shut down my economy and upend livelihoods or try to press forward and risk a public-health crisis? How do I pitch my state
On Friday, more than two years after Congress subpoenaed his testimony, Donald Trump’s White House counsel Don McGahn will finally raise his hand and promise to tell the truth. But not the whole truth. The ground rules for McGahn’s testimony have
The BBC and the New York Times were temporarily inaccessible, but also later returned, according to agencies.
On Monday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki and National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan walked into the James S Brady Briefing Room to face 49 journalists across the room’s seven rows of seats, and another 30-some standing among the aisles. Over the course of the morning, more
The summer of 2020 was a dark time for Americans’ right to protest. A glorious one, sure, as the murder of George Floyd sparked a nationwide (and worldwide) movement that changed the world’s discourse on racist police violence – but chilling and sobering, too, as
US President Donald Trump has tested negative for the novel coronavirus, the White House physician said on Saturday.