President Joe Biden said Sunday he agreed with Russian President Vladimir Putin that relations between the US and Russia are at a "low point," days before the two leaders are scheduled to hold a highly anticipated summit in Geneva.
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Gov. Bill Lee joins Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn and Senator Bill Hagerty in calls for a hearing on what they believe is a crisis at the United States' southern border.
President Joe Biden opened the first overseas trip of his term Wednesday with a declaration that “the United States is back” as he seeks to reassert the nation on the world stage and steady European allies deeply shaken by his predecessor.
Texas Rep. Michael McCaul, a top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, claimed Sunday the origins of the coronavirus pandemic are the "worst cover-up" in human history.
The parents of Trevor Reed, an American imprisoned in Russia who recently tested positive for Covid-19, said Friday that neither they nor the …
The Biden administration has decided it will not renew a waiver that allowed a politically connected U.S. oil company to operate in northeast …
The United States will make "significant contributions" to rebuild Gaza and reopen its consulate in Jerusalem following the recent conflict between Israel and Hamas, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on the first day of his first official visit to the region.
A former Republican senator and member of Donald Trump's administration said Sunday that he thinks the ex-President bears some responsibility for the Capitol insurrection and that his presidency was "diminished" as a result of the deadly attack.
The US will provide Covid-19 vaccinations for 550,000 South Korean service members who work in close contact with American forces, President Joe Biden announced Friday.