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Kamala Harris Briefly Becomes First Woman Acting U.S. President as Joe Biden Underwent Colonoscopy

Kamala Harris Briefly Becomes First Woman Acting U.S. President as Joe Biden Underwent Colonoscopy

Vice President Kamala Harris briefly became the acting U.S. president after President Joe Biden transferred power to her as he underwent a colonoscopy Friday.
Pres. Joe Biden Says He’s 'Angry and Concerned' Over Kyle Rittenhouse’s Not Guilty Verdict in Kenosha Killings

Pres. Joe Biden Says He’s 'Angry and Concerned' Over Kyle Rittenhouse’s Not Guilty Verdict in Kenosha Killings

President Joe Biden called on Americans to protest peacefully after the "not guilty" verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial over the Kenosha killings.
New 2,000-Strong Migrant Caravan Departs From Southern Mexico With Aim to Reach U.S. Border

New 2,000-Strong Migrant Caravan Departs From Southern Mexico With Aim to Reach U.S. Border

A new migrant caravan departed from a southern city of Mexico on Thursday in hopes of reaching Mexico City and eventually the U.S. border.
U.S. Pres. Joe Biden Says He’s Thinking About “Diplomatic Boycott” of Beijing Olympics

U.S. Pres. Joe Biden Says He's Thinking About "Diplomatic Boycott" of Beijing Olympics

U.S. President Joe Biden said that he's mulling over the idea of a "diplomatic boycott" of the Beijing Olympics in 2022.
VP Kamala Harris in Washington, D.C.

VP Kamala Harris' Communications Director Resigns Amid Vice President's Growing Criticism

Vice President Kamala Harris' communications director resigns from her post amid the growing criticisms the official is facing.
US President Joe Biden's Compliment for GM CEO Now Criticized | Critics Disagree that Barra Changed EV Industry

Critics Disagree to Biden's Compliment for GM CEO

Experts said that Barra didn't do much to change the EV industry.
U.S. Pres. Joe Biden Wants a Probe on Oil Companies Over Rising Gas Prices, Tapping FTC to Do the Investigation

U.S. Pres. Joe Biden Wants a Probe on Oil Companies Over Rising Gas Prices, Tapping FTC to Do the Investigation

U.S. President Joe Biden demands an investigation on oil companies over the increasing gas prices. He called for the Federal Trade Commission to do the probe through a letter addressed to the head of FTC.
House Censures Rep. Paul Gosar Over Posting of Violent Anime Video on Twitter

House Censures Rep. Paul Gosar Over Posting of Violent Anime Video on Twitter

Republican Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar was censured by the House in a full vote over an anime video that he shared on social media depicting the congressman killing other politicians.
DHS Watchdog Declines to Investigate Claims of Horse-Mounted Border Agents 'Whipping' Haitian Migrants

DHS Watchdog Declines to Investigate Claims of Horse-Mounted Border Agents 'Whipping' Haitian Migrants

The DHS watchdog declines to investigate the "whipping" allegations between the horse-mounted border agents and the Haitian migrants.
Former Pres. Donald Trump Could Spend Three Years in Prison for the Violation of Hatch Act: Legal Experts

Former Pres. Donald Trump Could Spend Three Years in Prison for the Violation of Hatch Act - Legal Experts

Former U.S. President Donald Trump could face other charges and even spend three years in prison for violating the Hatch Act, according to two legal experts.
Steve Bannon Released Without Bail After Surrendering Passport, Said They Took On the Wrong Guy This Time

Steve Bannon Released Without Bail After Surrendering Passport, Said They Took On the Wrong Guy This Time

Former strategist of former U.S. President Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, was released without bail on Monday but is required to check in weekly with officials, as well as surrender his passport.
Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth Fails to Attend on Remembrance Sunday Over Sprained Back

Queen Elizabeth fails to attend the Remembrance Sunday event due to her sprained back.
Donald Trump Seals $375 Million Deal for Washington D.C. Hotel to Firm That Plans to Change Its Name and Be Managed by Hilton Group

Donald Trump Seals $375 Million Deal for Washington D.C. Hotel to Firm That Plans to Change Its Name

Former President Donald Trump has agreed to sell his Washington D.C. hotel to an outside firm and turn it over to the Hilton group for management.
DOJ to 'Vigorously Defend' Pres. Joe Biden's Workplace Vaccine Mandate After Appeals Court Extends Block on It

DOJ to 'Vigorously Defend' Pres. Joe Biden's Workplace Vaccine Mandate After Appeals Court Extends Block on It

The Department of Justice (DOJ) said it would "vigorously defend" President Joe Biden's vaccine mandate after an appeals court upheld its decision to put it on hold.
Taliban Shows Off U.S.-Made Weapons, Armored Vehicles in Military Parade in Kabul

Taliban Shows Off U.S.-Made Weapons, Armored Vehicles in Military Parade in Kabul

The Taliban flashed U.S.-made weapons and armored vehicles with Russian helicopters during a military parade in Kabul, Afghanistan.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Says Pres. Joe Biden Not 'Focused' on 'Let's Go Brandon' Chant

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Says Pres. Joe Biden Not 'Focused' on 'Let's Go Brandon' Chant

White House press secretary Jen Psaki has addressed concerns regarding the "Let's go Brandon" chant that has become a conservative code for insulting Pres. Joe Biden.
Justice Department Indicts Steve Bannon with Contempt of Congress for Refusing to Comply Capitol Riot Subpoena

Justice Department Indicts Steve Bannon with Contempt of Congress for Refusing to Comply Capitol Riot Subpoena

The Justice Department has charged former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon with criminal contempt of Congress when he defied a subpoena issued by the select committee over the investigation of the January 6 Capitol riot.
Demonstrators Gather in U.S. Capitol on January 6

U.S. Appeals Court Briefly Prohibits the Release of Trump Documents to January 6 Panel

U.S. Appeals court temporarily blocks the turnover of Trump documents to the January 6 pannel investigating the Capitol insurrection.
Colombia President Ivan Duque Touts Opportunity in Cannabis, Says It's a ‘Different Story’ Than Cocaine

Colombia President Ivan Duque Touts Opportunity in Cannabis, Says It's a ‘Different Story’ Than Cocaine

Colombia's President Ivan Duque has high hopes for the medical marijuana industry despite the ongoing drug war in his country and considers it a different story than cocaine.
CBP Orders Supervisors to Push Employees to Comply With Biden's Vaccine Mandate or Face 'Consequences' for Insubordination

CBP Orders Supervisors to Push Employees to Comply With Biden's Vaccine Mandate or Face 'Consequences' for Insubordination

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) instructed its supervisors to convince their employees to comply with the Biden administration's vaccine mandate.
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