Russia could launch an attack on Ukraine “at any point,” the White House warned, as Secretary of State Antony Blinken headed to Kyiv and Berlin for urgent talks aimed at heading off a possible new war in Ukraine.
US president alarms government in Kyiv by saying Nato was divided on how to respond to ‘minor incursion’
Joe Biden has said he thinks Russia will attack Ukraine, warning that Moscow would face a “stiff price”, but he admitted Nato was divided on how to respond if there is only a “minor incursion”.
The White House was forced to issue a hasty clarification to that last point, saying that any movement of Russian forces over the border would be treated as invasion. Continue reading...
President touts accomplishments but acknowledges failure to foresee Trump’s grip on Republican party
Joe Biden spent decades in Washington, striving to reach the White House. When he achieved the goal a year ago on Thursday, at the age of 78, he spoke of a “winter of peril and possibility”, of cascading crises as an opportunity to think big and aim high.
It turns out the Washington he knows so well has proved more foe than friend, offering more peril than possibility. The 46th US president discovered that not being Donald Trump isn’t enough to get things done or make people love him. Continue reading...
After a year in the White House, Joe Biden’s presidential agenda has stalled and America’s democracy continues to fray. So, how does he regain control and guide the country back from the brink?
The White House warned that Russia could attack its neighbour at “any point,” while the UK delivered a batch of anti-tank weapons to Ukraine.
Russia is a sending an unspecified number of troops from the country’s far east to Belarus for major war games, officials said on Tuesday, a deployment that will further beef up Russian military assets near Ukraine amid Western fears of a planned invasion.Amid the soaring tensions, the White House warned that Russia could attack its neighbour at “any point”, while the UK delivered a batch of anti-tank weapons to Ukraine.Russia’s Deputy Defence Minister Alexander Fomin said the joint drills with…
Washington said on Sunday it refused to be threatened by Iran’s weekend sanctioning of some 50 Americans including senior officials, warning that Tehran would face “severe consequences” if it attacked any US nationals.“Make no mistake: the United States of America will protect and defend its citizens,” White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said in a statement.“Should Iran attack any of our nationals, including any of the 52 people named yesterday, it will face severe consequences…
Viktor Orban has hosted him, one of his books is de rigueur in the Trump White House. How Jerusalem-based Yoram Hazony, an archconservative theoretician, became the house intellectual of the world’s nationalistic circles
President Biden holds a news conference at the White House ahead of the first anniversary of his presidency, facing questions on his administration's handling of coronavirus pandemic, his stalled agenda in Congress and Russian aggression toward Ukraine.
It's the largest deployment of personal protective equipment in U.S. history, a White House official said.
Nearly a year after Trump left the White House, his rules weakening energy efficiency standards for lightbulbs and other appliances live on. Delays, missed deadlines and a backlog of 33 overdue standards have hobbled the Biden administration's efforts to cut energy use and fight climate change.
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The Supreme Court cleared the way Wednesday for the release of presidential records from the Trump White House to a congressional committee investigating the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol.
Anderson Cooper, Jeffrey Toobin and Maggie Haberman discuss the Supreme Court clearing the way for the release of presidential records from the Trump White House to a congressional committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol.
During a press conference, President Biden tells CNN's Jeff Zeleny what he plans to do differently in his second year in office, including soliciting more advice outside the White House.
Inside the White House, there is still optimism: “President Biden was elected to a four-year term, not a one-year term.”
The White House sent three highly anticipated Fed nominees to the Senate Thursday night.
The House committee investigating the riot received hundreds of pages of documents from the former president’s White House within hours of the ruling.