“I believe we will have to get violent to stop this.”
Over 400,000 people have died from COVID-19 in America. But the president's got some cute puppers I guess.
Yemenis who say their families and lives have been destroyed by seven erroneously-targeted attacks seek to hold the U.S. accountable for its war on terror, and have filed a petition against the government.
The Biden administration has already announced some rollbacks on Trump-era abortion rules.
Joe Biden’s moratorium on oil and gas leases in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is a hard-won reprieve for the Gwich’in peoples of Alaska and Canada.
In the wake of an insurrection, the military carried out what amounted to a psychological operation this week—and it worked.
The president promised to "immediately" create a pathway to citizenship for hundreds of thousands of environmentally displaced people living in the country.
The subject of the “theory” was a decorated U.S. Secret Service agent with Asian-American heritage.
The doctor looked noticeably more comfortable at his first White House briefing in the Biden administration.
One extremism researcher says some QAnon supporters could see the information war as lost and turn to real-world action and violence.
Trump spouted the same line back in 2017 when he announced the U.S. would withdraw from the agreement.
The sanctions are viewed as a warning to the potential China hawks in Biden’s team.