Panel probing January 6, 2021 attack on Capitol by Donald Trump's supporters votes unanimously to subpoena ex-president. Trump slams vote and calls the panel "a total 'BUST'."
The former US president says CNN has a long track record of criticising him but has ramped up its attacks in recent months because the network feared that he would run again for president in 2024.
Ex-US president Donald Trump brands his successor Joe Biden an "enemy of the state" during a rally in Pennsylvania and warns FBI raid at his home would produce "a backlash the likes of which nobody has ever seen."
With a never-before-seen 12-minute video of the deadly violence and testimony from Donald Trump's inner circle, the committee contended that the ex-president's claims about election fraud led to the attack.
The Tesla billionaire who inked a deal to buy Twitter must still get the backing of shareholders and regulators to change the social media platform's content moderation policy.
More than 15 million people in 6.5 million US households are currently behind on rental payments, according to a study by the Aspen Institute and the Covid-19 Eviction Defense Project, collectively owing more than $20 billion to landlords.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is to meet US President Joe Biden in Geneva, says hundreds of Americans arrested after Capitol Hill insurrection have been subjected to "persecution for political opinions."
Facebook’s independent oversight board keeps ban on former US president Donald Trump but demands social media giant determine a consistent response with rules that are applied to other users of the platform.
New attack on US Capitol that left one officer and suspect dead does not appear to be related to terrorism, police say.
Conspiracy-embracing extremists believe March 4 is the day former president Donald Trump will return to Washington to be inaugurated for a second term.
The bill, that has now been sent to the Senate, is on track to be the second largest US stimulus ever, after the $2 trillion package Donald Trump signed last March to fight the pandemic's devastating spread.
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.
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