President Joe Biden on Saturday formally recognized the killing of 1.5 million Armenians by Ottoman Empire forces in the early 20th century as a genocide.
The vast majority of U.S. adults still believe the country is divided, despite President Joe Biden's vow to be a more unifying president, an NBC News poll released Sunday revealed.
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Gen. Kenneth "Frank" McKenzie offered a blunt assessment of what the future holds for Afghanistan once U.S.-led forces pull out by Sept. 11.
Some Canadians are heading to the United States. to get a COVID-19 shot as Canada struggles to keep up with vaccine demand amid a third COVID-19 wave.
"You cannot have those things you refuse to dream of," the Georgia Democrat said.
"You can pray for the office of the president. But you cannot pray for President Joe Biden," Bullock said. "Because you might as well pray for the Easter Bunny, because he don't exist."
President Biden hasn't yet picked an ambassador to Israel. What does that say about U.S.-Israeli relations, and who are the names in the mix?
The U.S. Bishops Conference (USCCB) is currently drafting a document to clarify the issue of reception of Holy Communion especially regarding public figures who promote abortion-on-demand.
"We intend to act in accordance with the task set by the President of Russia to ensure a conflict-free coexistence by maintaining the balance of power and strategic stability," Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said.
Armenian Americans praised President Biden's decision to call a World War One-era massacre of Armenians by Ottoman forces genocide. The declaration will test Washington's relationship with Turkey.