The Congress nod to the 1.9 trillion-dollar Bill to combat coronavirus is a major victory and boost for US President Joe Biden and his administration. “This is a historic day. It is the beginning of the end of the great COVID depression,” Democratic
One can only hope that the Biden administration will heed the warning of UAE foreign minister Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan that punitive US sanctions on Syria undermine Arab reconciliation efforts
President Joe Biden signed a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill on Thursday that brings total federal spending to combat the pandemic over the last year to about $6 trillion. He plans to tee up a huge infrastructure outlay of about $4 trillion over the
President Biden on the cusp of an early triumph that advances Democratic priorities and showcases the unity his party will need to forge future victories.
It is exactly a decade since President Barack Obama set the deadline to start withdrawing troops from Afghanistan. Even then, Obama recalled how the 2001 Bonn conference had only “provisionally” installed Hamid Karzai in Kabul. We all know how long
The launches, which were North Korea’s first ballistic missile tests in nearly a year, underscored steady progress in its weapons programme since denuclearisation talks with the United States floundered under former President Donad Trump.
Every now and then North Korea keeps drumming war beats to the West. North Korea on Thursday test-fired its first ballistic missiles since President Joe Biden took office. The move is designed to show off its military capabilities and increase pressure
Following the launch, Biden labelled the test a violation of UN resolutions and advised the isolated state against ramping up military testing, warning that “there will be responses if they choose to escalate.”
This week, while Joe Manchin dominates headlines as the stubborn conservative Democrat standing in the way of progress, another Democratic Senator has been quietly working on something equally as monumental.