Mike Pence is adding staffers for his brand-new office in downtown Washington -- inching closer to a possible White House run even as his standing worsens with former President Donald Trump and his base of supporters.
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Former President Barack Obama on Saturday reflected on the 20th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks, paying tribute to the thousands of Americans who died that day and reinforcing his commitment to honoring their legacy.
Hundreds of law enforcement officials were briefed on the potential for violence on January 6 from protesters planning to attempt to interrupt the certification of Joe Biden's election victory, and those officials discussed how to communicate in case of a "mass-casualty event," according to an email obtained by a watchdog group.
A Guinean military officer broadcast a statement Sunday announcing that Guinea's Constitution has been dissolved in an apparent coup.
"The majority" of Afghans who worked for the United States during its two-decade military campaign were likely left behind in the chaotic and rushed evacuation from Afghanistan, a senior State Department official said Wednesday.
It has now been 90 days since President Joe Biden ordered the intelligence community to investigate the origins of COVID-19, but the public may have to wait a few more days to view an unclassified version of that report.
Taliban forces entered the Afghan capital of Kabul on Sunday and edged closer to taking full control of the nation, as the embattled President Ashraf Ghani fled the country.
The American flag at the US embassy in Kabul was taken down Sunday, marking a final step in the evacuation of the diplomatic compound as the Biden administration rushed another 1,000 troops into Afghanistan to manage the sudden departure of embassy personnel and other staff days earlier than US officials initially projected.
President Joe Biden on Friday touted the country's economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic after the US added 943,000 jobs in July and the unemployment rate fell to 5.4%, but said more work needs to be done to vaccinate the rest of the country amid the Delta variant surge.