The Qatari media network’s launch of Rightly, a digital platform that will cater to US conservatives, could be part of a strategy to future-proof Doha from political blowback.
President Joe Biden okays air strike against a structure belonging to what the US says were Iran-backed militia.
The sooner America’s national security elite accepts that US leverage over the Taliban has eroded, the better its chances of a successful withdrawal - for all parties involved - will be.
The author and journalist’s lawyers are seeking to depose former US president Donald Trump in a defamation lawsuit after he denied Carroll’s accusation that he raped her.
US Capitol breach on January 6 exposed devastating security and intelligence weaknesses, with military authorities reacting too slowly to calls for National Guard backup against an overwhelming pro-Trump mob, security officials tell Congress.
President Joe Biden's first meeting with a foreign counterpart since taking office was high on policy and low on pomp as the coronavirus forced him to convene virtually with Canada's Justin Trudeau.
Iran's stockpile of enriched uranium is now more than 14 times over the limit set down in its 2015 deal with world powers, the UN's nuclear agency reports.
Two US Senate panels will review security failings in the run-up to the deadly assault on the Capitol on January 6, starting with interviews of top officials involved in the planning and response of security for presidential electoral certification.
The Biden administration acknowledges that any delay in reviving the Iran deal will lead to further instability in Iraq.
Sunday's move, seen as the boldest economic measure taken by the joint military-civilian government, could provoke a popular backlash as the price of goods and services rise in response to the fall of the pound’s value.
In a superseding indictment, the US has charged six people allegedly connected to far-right fringe group Oath Keepers for conspiring to storm the Capitol. The remaining three defendants were previously indicted for conspiracy in January.
President Joe Biden has said the US' traditional allies should once again have confidence in Washington's leadership, in his first major international address on foreign policy.
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