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Biden, Trudeau celebrate 'inseparable' US-Canada relations

President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are celebrating the U.S.-Canada relationship, declaring the two nations’ shared values have never been more important for a world facing both tumult and possibility Learn More


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Biden: US will 'forcefully' protect personnel in Syria

President Joe Biden says the U.S. will respond “forcefully” to protect its personnel after U.S. forces retaliated with airstrikes on sites in Syria used by groups affiliated with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard More »


Trump lawyer in court after being forced before grand jury

A lawyer for Donald Trump is back in court in Washington after being ordered to answer questions before a grand jury investigating the possible mishandling of classified documents at the former president’s Florida estate More »


Judge slams lawyers for slowing jailed 1/6 defendant's case

A federal judge is threatening to report two attorneys for disciplinary action for delaying the trial of a man jailed on charges he assaulted police officers during the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot More »


House GOP passes parents' rights bill in clash over schools

House Republicans have narrowly passed legislation that would fulfill a campaign promise to give parents a role in what’s taught in public schools More »


Powder, threat sent to Manhattan DA investigating Trump

A powdery substance was found Friday with a threatening letter in a mailroom at the offices of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg More »


Kentucky governor vetoes sweeping GOP transgender measure

Kentucky’s Democratic governor has vetoed a sweeping Republican measure aimed at regulating the lives of transgender youths More »


Biden's Canada agenda stacked: NORAD, migration deals likely

President Joe Biden arrived in Canada on Thursday with a focus on big global issues More »


Trump grand jury turns to other matters, done for the week

The Manhattan grand jury investigating Donald Trump over hush money payments turned to other matters on Thursday and is not scheduled to meet on Friday, delaying until next week at the earliest a vote on whether to indict the former president More »


UN head says survival depends on how people manage water

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says humanity’s survival depends on how people manage water More »


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