President Joe Biden said on Friday he would act on his own to cut climate emissions and urged his fellow Democrats to pass the few elements of their sweeping domestic policy package they can agree on after talks in the Senate collapsed once again.
President Joe Biden said on Friday he would take steps on his own to reduce climate emissions after efforts to pass legislation through Congress collapsed once again.
Democrats and environmental groups called on President Joe Biden to take steps on his own to reduce climate emissions after Senator Joe Manchin once again delayed action on legislation to do so.
Democrats and environmental groups called on President Joe Biden to take steps on his own to reduce climate emissions after Senator Joe Manchin said he would not support legislation to do so.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Saturday recommended COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as six months, allowing a nationwide rollout to start next week.
In the southern French city of Perpignan, the far-right mayor Louis Aliot says he has succeeded in de-demonising his party's image and even won new supporters as he bolsters police numbers, hosts literacy classes and cleans up the streets.
Marine Le Pen sought on Thursday to cast her possible election in historic terms as she made her final major push to become France's first female president before the country votes in the first round.
Far-right commentator Eric Zemmour, a newcomer to politics, threatened to upend the French election when he threw his hat in the ring last year.
French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday called for calm after the death of jailed Corsican separatist militant Yvan Colonna, whose assault by a fellow inmate triggered violent protests on the French Mediterranean island earlier this month.
Former U.S. President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were among the targets of suspected package bombs delivered to several high-profile Democrats and CNN in what New York officials on Wednesday called an act of terrorism.
Trump administration officials say the zero-tolerance policy, which was not practiced by the two previous presidents, is needed to secure the border and deter illegal immigration.
The U.S. will continue pursuing action on trade with China, days after Washington and Beijing announced a tentative solution to their dispute and suggested that tensions had cooled.