Covid-19 has infected more than 247 million people and killed over 5 million globally. Here are the virus-related updates for November 1.
"I'm telling you, we're going to get this done," the US president told reporters after meeting with House Democrats who are deeply divided on a spending spree that Biden says would restore America's battered middle class.
US CentCom confirmed a strike against a "planner" of the Daesh-Khorasan, which claimed credit for the Kabul airport suicide bombing that killed scores of Afghans, 13 American troops and a number of foreigners.
US President Joe Biden pledged to hunt down the perpetrators of the suicide bombings that killed 13 American troops in Kabul and said the United States will not be deterred from its mission to evacuate thousands of civilians from Afghanistan.
White House is calling for "a credible international investigation into the events of May 23" when a Ryanair passenger jet flying from Greece to Lithuania was forced to land in Minsk to arrest opposition journalist Roman Protasevich.
The US House of Representatives passes the Covid-19 Hate Crimes Act with a strong bipartisan vote of 364 to 62, weeks after it cleared the Senate with nearly unanimous support.
US President Biden had said that his administration would deal with the threat posed by Pyongyang's nuclear programme "through diplomacy as well as stern deterrence".
President Joe Biden plans to lift his predecessor’s historically low cap on refugees by next month, after initially moving only to expand the eligibility criteria for resettlements and getting swift blowback from allies in return.
Asked about US President Joe Biden’s remarks, President Vladimir Putin charged they reflect the troubled past of US, pointing to atomic bombing of Japan, history of slaughtering Native Americans and slavery.
Former US President Trump used his speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference to blast his successor Biden, and try to cement his status as the party’s undisputed leader despite his loss in November.
Kate Bedingfield will serve as Biden’s White House communications director while Jen Psaki, a longtime Democratic spokesperson, will be his press secretary.
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