Slumping approval ratings, political deadlock at home and blunders on foreign policy leave the White House facing its moment of truth
A convergence of three unsettling headlines appeared for my morning reading the day before the nation observed the 20-year commemoration of the tragic deaths of almost 3,000 Americans on Sept. 11, 2001. The very day of the remembrance ceremonies, the 7-day average for loss of American lives to the ongoing COVID-19 catastrophe was 1,666, as we rapidly approached a death toll of 660,000 Americans.
President Joe Biden received his Covid-19 vaccine booster shot on Monday afternoon at the White House just days after booster doses were approved by federal health officials.
Following the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban, any semblance of pluralism, including religious tolerance, has fallen as well.
Bob Woodward and Robert Costa underline the two presidents’ different realities.
Increasing reforestation efforts in coastal regions could substantially reduce the amount of sediment run-off reaching coral reefs and improve their resilience, a University of Queensland-led study has found.
Village helps to almost double population of birds in last four years
The clock is ticking on essential transparency, ethics and oversight reforms.
The former Giants QB said they’re changing up the entire broadcast style so viewers can hear what two of the NFL’s biggest household names are thinking during the game.
French President Emmanuel Macron expects 'clarifications and clear commitments' from President Joe Biden in a call to be held later on Wednesday.