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1/4/2021 3:36:43 PM
World - International
1/3/2021 4:38:15 PM
In a brief order, a three-judge panel of the US Court of Appeals upheld a federal judge’s decision to toss US Representative Gohmert’s lawsuit, which had argued that Pence had the power to invalidate Biden’s win
World - Region
1/3/2021 3:39:10 PM
Tens of thousands of Iraqis chanting anti-American slogans streamed to Baghdad’s central square to mark the anniversary of the US killing of top Iranian general Soleimani and Iraqi militia commander al-Muhandis
World - Region
1/3/2021 12:40:38 PM
“We hear this nonsense by Zarif, that Israel would set off terrorist attacks against the United States - this really is total nonsense,” Israeli Energy Minister Steinitz said
World - International
1/3/2021 11:54:07 AM
Former CNN talk show host Larry King has been hospitalized with COVID-19 for more than a week, the news channel reported Saturday
World - International
1/2/2021 1:44:14 PM
China will take “necessary measures” to safeguard the interests of its companies after the New York Stock Exchange began delisting three Chinese telecom firms that Washington says have military ties
World - International
1/2/2021 9:31:23 AM
The United States marked the New Year by passing the extraordinary milestone of 20 million Covid-19 cases, after global celebrations welcoming in 2021 were largely muted by the pandemic
World - International
1/2/2021 9:13:59 AM
Relations between the world’s two biggest economies have come under increasing strain amid a series of disputes over trade, human rights and the origins of COVID-19
World - International
12/31/2020 10:18:54 AM
In the US, the numbers keep climbing: On Wednesday more than 3,900 people died of Covid-19, a new record, bringing the toll since the pandemic began to more than 19.7 million infections and 341,000 lives lost
World - International
12/31/2020 9:22:07 AM
Dr Anthony Fauci, said on Wednesday he foresees America achieving enough collective COVID-19 immunity through vaccinations to regain 'some semblance of normality' by autumn 2021
World - International
12/29/2020 8:09:40 PM
Trump assailed leaders of his own Republican Party in the Congress to try to get the Senate to accept his demands for $2,000 COVID-19 aid checks for Americans and his veto of a $740 billion defense policy bill
World - International
12/27/2020 10:50:24 PM
Now, the federal government will run out of money at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday if Trump refuses to sign the bill in time as he spends the holidays in Florida
Arts & Culture - City Lights
12/27/2020 8:37:29 PM
The USAID Scholars Activity programme is offering scholarships to 140 Egyptian public school students in the academic year 2020/2021
World - International
12/26/2020 3:39:52 PM
Trump stunned Congress alike when he said this week he was unhappy with the aid bill, which provides $892 billion in badly needed coronavirus relief, including extending special unemployment benefits expiring on Dec. 26
World - International
12/26/2020 10:23:21 AM
Police believe the blast was intentional but do not yet know a motive or target, and Drake noted that officials had not received any threats before the explosion
World - Region
12/23/2020 10:14:37 PM
Top US national security officials agreed on Wednesday on a proposed range of options to present to President Donald Trump aimed at deterring any attack on U.S. military or diplomatic personnel in Iraq
World - International
12/23/2020 6:53:02 PM
Trump’s presidency is reflected in a broad range of numbers representing everything from the U.S. death toll during the coronavirus pandemic to the miles of his “big, beautiful wall” along the border with Mexico
World - International
12/23/2020 5:36:31 PM
Trump assailed the bipartisan $900 billion package in a video he tweeted out Tuesday night and suggested he may not sign the legislation
World - International
12/21/2020 10:03:01 PM
Outgoing Attorney General William Barr said he saw “no reason” to appoint a special counsel on potential election fraud or the tax investigation into the son of President-elect Joe Biden
World - International
12/21/2020 9:49:48 PM
The incoming Biden administration is considering a plan to shield more than a million immigrants from Honduras and Guatemala from deportation after the countries were battered by hurricanes in November
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