Iraqi officials say multiple rockets targeted U.S.-led coalition troops and foreign contractors at two Iraqi military bases
China's parliament expressed indignation and opposition on Wednesday to a U.S. bill aimed at countering a technology threat from the Asian giant, the official Xinhua news agency said.
"America is back. We are committed —we have never fully left — but we are reasserting the fact it is overwhelmingly in the interest of the United States to have a great relationship with NATO and with the EU," President Joe Biden said, adding he has "a very different view than [his] predecessor."
Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Harker came under fire this week in Congress for his decision to defund the Navy’s nuclear cruise missile program, including accusations that he weakened President Biden’s position ahead of a summit Wednesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Mr. Harker communicated his decision to cut
U.S. BMX Freestyle rider Chelsea Wolfe, who qualified as an alternate in the Tokyo Olympics threatened to "burn a US flag on the podium" if she won.
Max Baucus, former U.S. ambassador to China, said he was wrong to think that ties between Washington and Beijing could reset when Joe Biden becomes president.
Time is running short to plan an orderly exit.