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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court’s nine justices will gather in private for their first scheduled meeting since the leak of a draft opinion that would overrule Roe v. Wade and sharply curtail abortion rights in roughly half the states.
How has Volodymyr Zelenskyy become a global phenomenon?
“People see a real human being in him, who is living this war and fighting,” one Ukrainian analyst said.
Appeals court questions Trump’s effort to block NY AG subpoena
A New York appeals court appeared skeptical on Wednesday of former President Trump’s effort to challenge a state attorney general subpoena demanding his testimony. During a hearing, a panel o…
Biden calls Trump the ‘great MAGA king,’ bashes Scott’s tax plan
President Biden on Wednesday labeled former President Trump the “great MAGA king” and bashed Republicans, notably Sen. Rick Scott (Fla.), for their plan to combat inflation. “Under my predecessor —…
Republican senator’s push to arrest abortion protesters meets GOP resistance
Some GOP senators say Sen. Tom Cotton is going too far with his call to arrest and prosecute protesters outside the homes of Supreme Court justices.
Colorado elections race tests GOP embrace of conspiracies
LITTLETON, Colo. (AP) — A handful of curious voters mingled on a suburban Denver brewpub’s patio one recent evening as Pam Anderson told them she could restore professionalism to the office of Colorado secretary of state.
Youngkin requests security perimeter around Virginia homes of Alito, Thomas, Barrett
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) is urging officials in Fairfax County to expand a security perimeter around the homes of Supreme Court Justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas and Amy Coney Barrett.…
Ukraine goes on the counteroffensive as Russians fall back
Ukrainian forces have pushed the enemy within 10km of the Russian border and continue to thwart Russian attacks.
Republicans and Joe Manchin block Democrats' bill codifying Roe v. Wade's abortion rights protections
Republican Sens. Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski, who have said they support protecting abortion rights, also opposed the bill.
Biden admin cancels massive oil and gas lease sale amid record-high gas prices
The Biden administration canceled one of the most high-profile oil and gas lease sales pending before the Department of the Interior Wednesday, as Americans face record-high prices at the pump, according to AAA.
In an Uphill Year, Democrats of All Stripes Worry About Electability
On Monday night, several left-leaning congressional candidates joined an emergency organizing call with activists reeling from a draft Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade. A somber Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, opening the discussion, acknowledged that Democrats held control...
Russia-Ukraine latest updates: UN sets up ‘rights abuses’ inquiry
Ukraine news from May 12: UN votes to launch investigation into allegations of abuses by Russian troops in Ukraine.
Russia warns West over risk of conflict with NATO
One of President Vladimir Putin's closest allies warned the West on Thursday that the increasing military support given to Ukraine by the United States and its allies risked triggering a conflict between Russia and the NATO military alliance.
Ukraine says 500 members of National Guard have died so far; Russian forces 'pushed back' from second-largest city Kharkiv
Ukraine's allies in the West appear to be preparing for a long war with no resolution to the conflict between Moscow and Kyiv on the horizon.
Doug Mastriano’s far-right path to front-runner status upends Pa.’s GOP primary for governor
State Sen. Doug Mastriano built his name leading Pennsylvania's election denial movement. He now appears on the brink of winning the GOP gubernatorial nomination.
U.S. House panel advances Supreme Court ethics bill
A U.S. House of Representatives panel on Wednesday advanced a bill requiring the Supreme Court to adopt an ethics code and strengthen rules for justices and other federal judges to recuse themselves from cases when they have conflicts of interest.
Army poised to revamp Alaska forces to prep for Arctic fight
JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska (AP) — The U.S. Army is poised to revamp its forces in Alaska to better prepare for future cold-weather conflicts, and it is expected to replace the larger, heavily equipped Stryker Brigade in the state with a more mobile, infantry unit better suited for...
Four Russian governors resign amid new sanctions: Report
Several Russian officials have resigned from their posts as economic sanctions against the country continue to grow in response to the invasion of Ukraine.
Ukraine warns countries about buying its stolen grain; U.S. $40 billion aid to Ukraine faces delay
Ukraine warns that the Russians are stealing Ukrainian grain, and any country who buys the stolen grain from Russia is considered to be "complicit in the crime."
January 6 committee finalizing witness list and topics ahead of high-stakes hearings in June | CNN Politics
A month before it kicks off a series of high-profile public hearings, the House select committee investigating January 6 is still finalizing its witness list and preparing to reach out to people it wants to testify publicly.
EU seeks bigger role in Asia's 'theatre of tensions', warns on China
European Union leaders said on Thursday that the EU wants to become a bigger actor in Asia, which they termed a "theatre of tensions", warning of an increasingly assertive China even as they called on Beijing to defend the multilateral global order.
US draft abortion decision could implicate same-sex marriage, contraception, Biden says
The draft U.S. Supreme Court decision on abortion leaked earlier this month could mean the court will later go after same-sex marriage, contraception, and other rights, President Joe Biden said at a fundraiser on Wednesday in Chicago. "Mark my words: they're gonna go after the ... Supreme Court...
EPA spent $7M in American Rescue Plan funds to replace diesel school buses with electric buses
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) spent $7 million from President Biden’s American Rescue Plan (ARP) on replacing diesel school buses with electric ones in underserved communities, claiming "diesel engines emit harmful nitrogen oxides."
‘I’d like to file lawsuits in all 50 states’: Mike Lindell still pushing Trump’s lie
The MyPillow chief and Trump ally has become a popular figure on the right, spending lavishly on lawsuits to ban voting machines and endorsing candidates Mike Lindell, center, listens to Donald Trump at a rally in Cullman, Alabama, in August 2021. Photograph: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Among...
Palestinians mourn and remember Abu Akleh, call for justice
State service for the slain Al Jazeera journalist took place in Ramallah before her body arrived in Jerusalem.
'This tears my soul apart': A Ukrainian boy and a killing
BUCHA, Ukraine (AP) — As he listened to his father die, the boy lay still on the asphalt. His elbow burned where a bullet had pierced him. His thumb stung from being grazed. Another killing was in progress on a lonely street in Bucha, the community on the outskirts of Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv...
Finland leaders back NATO bid; Russia vows 'retaliatory' military measures: May 12 recap
Finland leadership announced support for expedited NATO membership despite Kremlin warnings of “military and political repercussions.”
Texas appeals court reinstates law prohibiting social media companies from banning users over political views
A federal appeals court in Texas has reinstated a Republican-backed Texas law that prevents large social media companies from banning users over their political views.
Crypto comes to Washington. Will the millions buy influence?
WASHINGTON (AP) — Erin Houchin braced for the worst when a mysterious, well-financed group started buying television ads last month in her highly competitive southern Indiana congressional race. Houchin assumed she would face a negative blitz, like the one that crushed her in 2016 when she ran...
Russia-Ukraine war live updates: Finland's leaders back NATO bid
Finland's leaders announce their support for a NATO bid, a blow to Russian President Vladimir Putin as his military was pushed back near Kharkiv.
Top Democrats jockey for 2024 presidential campaign position
Bernie Sanders is just the most openly ambitious of an emerging field of Democratic hopefuls who are positioning themselves to run for president next time if Biden doesn’t.
Shireen Abu Akleh: US activists slam ‘impunity’ for Israeli abuse
Advocates say US should not allow Israel to investigate itself for killing of second American citizen this year.
Feds investigating Musk’s late disclosure of Twitter stake: report
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is reportedly investigating Elon Musk’s delayed reporting after he acquired a sizable stake in Twitter. The Wall Street Journal reported the …
Ex-Labor Secretary Breaks Down How Second American Civil War Is Already Underway
Clinton-era Cabinet member Robert Reich likened the accelerating split between GOP and Democratic states to an unhappy marriage.
Russia continues steel mill airstrikes as Ukraine seeks deal
Russian forces were continuing their airstrikes on the Azovstal steel mill in Mariupol and pressing their advance on towns in eastern Ukraine, according to Ukraine's military
NATO to welcome Nordic members as Ukraine pushes back Russian forces
Finland said on Thursday it intended to apply to join NATO without delay, with Sweden likely to follow suit, as Russia's invasion of Ukraine reshapes European security and the Atlantic military alliance.
Timeline: Week 11 of Russia’s war in Ukraine
Al Jazeera recaps key events during week 11 of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Wind-driven Southern California wildfire destroys homes, burns 195 acres
No injuries have been reported. An estimated 20 or more homes may have burned and mandatory evacuations were issued for parts of Laguna Niguel.
Why a Federal Ban on Menthols Is a Minefield for Biden
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/GettyIn the era of Black Lives Matter, does the Biden administration really want to take on prominent activists like Al Sharpton and Ben Crump—and make lives potentially harder for Black men, all because the government says it’s in their best interest?There...
Democrats are still searching for a coherent strategy to save abortion rights | CNN Politics
The Democratic Party's first major bid to save abortion rights since the leak of the Supreme Court's draft opinion did more to expose the party's helplessness in the face of Roe v. Wade's possible demise than to unleash the kind of generational battle that conservatives mounted to threaten the...
Handmaid protester says Justice Barrett, mom of 5 biological kids, doesn't know about full-term pregnancy
A pro-choice activist protesting outside the home of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett claimed that the justice does not know what it's like to bring a baby to term despite Barrett having five biological children of her own.
Finland's leaders announce support for NATO membership, moving nation closer to joining alliance | CNN
Finnish President Sauli Niinistö has given his public support for the Nordic country joining NATO -- a symbolic move that could bring an end to its decades-long ambivalence about membership of the military alliance.
Here's what 911 audio reveals about Vicky White's final moments before being captured -- and the questions it raises
As authorities piece together the final moments before fugitive officer Vicky White was fatally shot following a chaotic car chase Monday, newly released audio of what officials say is a 911 call she made during the pursuit provides more insight into the minutes leading up to the capture of her...
EU oil ban adds pressure on Russia but obstacles remain: Analysts
For a complete embargo to be successful, the bloc has yet to convince countries which rely more heavily on Moscow.
Biden administration cancels oil and gas lease sales in Alaska, Gulf of Mexico
The Interior Department will not move forward with planned oil and gas lease sales in the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska’s Cook Inlet, it announced Wednesday night. A spokesperson for the department co…
Sweden plans to send NATO application next week, Expressen daily says
Sweden's government plans to submit an application to join NATO next week, following neighbour Finland in re-writing its post-World War Two security policy in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, daily Expressen said on Thursday.
Retired Alaska educator files to run as Democrat against Murkowski in Senate race
A woman who served as a teacher, principal, and superintendent in the Mat-Su Borough School District in Alaska has filed to run against Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski as a Democrat.
‘This game is up’: Serbia urged to take a stand on Ukraine’s war
Belgrade enjoys warm ties with Moscow but in recent weeks, pro-government tabloids have turned on Putin.
Facebook oversight board ‘disappointed’ by company pulling Ukraine guidance request
An oversight board for Facebook and Instagram parent Meta said it was “disappointed” after the social media company withdrew a request for policy guidance on content moderation related …
Abortion bill fails in U.S. Senate as Supreme Court weighs overturning Roe v. Wade
Legislation to make abortion legal throughout the United States was defeated in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday, amid solid Republican opposition.
US Navy chief defends plan to scrap troubled warships even though some are less than 3 years old
The chief of the US Navy defended the service's plans to scrap nine relatively new warships in the coming fiscal year even as the service tries to keep up with China's growing fleet. Three of the littoral combat ships slated for decommissioning are less than three years old.
Whistleblowers: FBI targeted parents via terrorism tools despite Garland's testimony that it didn't happen
Republican Reps. Jim Jordan and Mike Johnson say they have evidence that the FBI targeted parents who protested schools' COVID policies despite assurances from Attorney General Merrick Garland that it never happened.
Jimmy Kimmel Mocks Trump’s Baffling Abortion Flip-Flop
ABCJimmy Kimmel struggled to find the right words to sum up his feelings about the Senate vote that failed to protect abortion rights on Wednesday. “Shocking, unfathomable, stupefying maybe?” he said during his late-night monologue. “Yes, a stupefying day in the history of this country.“Every...
Ukrainian fighter trapped in Mariupol steel plant asks Elon Musk for help
One of the fighters holed up in a steelworks besieged by Russian forces in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol has appealed to SpaceX billionaire Elon Musk to help evacuate them.
Man dies while burying woman he strangled, South Carolina officials say
The deaths were discovered Saturday after neighbors in Trenton reported an unconscious man in a back yard. Another body wrapped in trash bags was then found in a hole.
Trump Organization sells DC hotel for $375 million
The Trump name is checking out of Pennsylvania Avenue for a second time with the sale of former President Donald Trump's luxury hotel lease in Washington being finalized Wednesday.
Russian gas flows to Europe via Ukraine fall as Kyiv shuts route
The transit point Ukraine shut usually handles about 8 percent of Russian gas flows to Europe.
As Title 42 nears end, former ICE senior attorney warns of processing delays at Florida offices
A former ICE senior attorney warns the agency may struggle to manage the spike in migrants expected.
Chris Christie Hits Trump Where It Hurts Most With Scathing Twitter Retort
The ex-president attacked the former governor and two current GOP governors as "RINOs."
Finland president, prime minister, urge the country to apply for NATO membership 'without delay'
Sauli Niinistö and Sanna Marin, the president and prime minister of Finland, a country on the border of Russia, released a statement backing an application for membership in the North American Treaty Organization (NATO) Thursday amid the Kremlin's aggression on Europe's eastern flank...
Soaring food prices worry lawmakers as global hunger rises
Skyrocketing food prices are alarming lawmakers, who worry about the mounting impact on U.S. consumers and rising hunger around the world. On Wednesday, the Labor Department reported an annua…
China races to consolidate strategic victory in Solomon Islands
Chinese officials are racing to strike a maritime economic agreement with the Solomon Islands following the signing of a security pact that Western officials suspect will give the communist regime’s navy a foothold in the Pacific islands.
NRSC reserves $53M in Senate battleground ads
The GOP campaign committee’s ad rollout begins Friday with television spots in two key swing states — Arizona and North Carolina.
Siemens, Finnish utility Fortum quit Russia over Ukraine war
German and Finnish firms join the list of mostly Western firms that have halted business over conflict.
Finland must make bid to join NATO 'without delay,' its leaders say
The Nordic nation is expected to be given rapid accession to join the Western military alliance in what would be a major setback for Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Hong Kong police bail Catholic cardinal arrested on national security charge
Cardinal Joseph Zen, one of the most senior Catholic clerics in Asia, and three others who helped run a now-disbanded Hong Kong fund for protesters were arrested on charges of "collusion with foreign forces," and later released on bail.
China opposes semiconductor bill because it will give U.S. advantage -U.S. commerce chief
U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said Wednesday the Chinese government opposes an effort in Congress to ramp up U.S. semiconductor manufacturing because it will give the United States more of a competitive punch. On Thursday, U.S. lawmakers will open formal negotiations on a compromise...
Biden administration cancels Alaska oil and gas lease sale
The Interior Department's decision to not move forward with the lease sale comes as gas prices soar.
Japan PM Kishida pledges further cooperation with EU on Russia
Tokyo earlier this week announced it would phase out imports of Russian oil.
How One Clinic in Texas Explains the Threat to Contraception
The looming end of Roe v. Wade comes just as family planning efforts are getting squeezed.
China's ties with Philippines to strengthen under Marcos -ambassador
Relations between the Philippines and China will become stronger under the Southeast Asian country's incoming president, Ferdinand Marcos Jr, China's ambassador to Manila said on Thursday.
Fact check: Republican North Dakota Sen. Kevin Cramer supports some exceptions to abortion bans
Social media users spread a tweet making a false claim about GOP Sen. Kevin Cramer's position on abortion.
Biden hosts ASEAN leaders as he tries to show Pacific focus
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Thursday kicked off the first-ever Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit to be held in Washington as his administration makes an extended effort to demonstrate that the United States has not lost focus on the Pacific even while dealing with...
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: List of key events, day 77
As the Russia-Ukraine war enters its 77th day, we take a look at the main developments.
At least 20 homes in Southern California engulfed by a fast-moving blaze as authorities urge evacuations
At least 20 homes were set ablaze Wednesday in parts of the Laguna Hills area of Orange County, California, as a brush fire rapidly grew and spread to residences that were either destroyed or damaged, official said.
Australia's #MeToo puts miners and ministers in crosshairs of history
Australia's mighty #MeToo wave is piling pressure on mining and political leaders who are preparing to face a reckoning over sexual harassment scandals stretching from the arid Outback to Parliament House.
States pick up tatters of Democrats' paid leave, child care agenda
Flush with tax revenue and federal Covid aid, they're expanding programs. But advocates still want Congress to act.
US Marshals search for Oregon fugitive wanted for rape and assault after prison escape
The U.S. Marshals Service is hunting down a fugitive wanted on new charges of rape, assault, and strangulation after he escaped from a federal prison camp in Oregon.
U.S. Senate confirms economist Philip Jefferson to Fed board
The U.S. Senate on Wednesday voted overwhelmingly to confirm Philip Jefferson, an economist and Davidson College's dean of faculty, to the Federal Reserve Board.
A passenger with no flying experience landed a plane at a Florida airport after the pilot became incapacitated
"I have no idea how to fly the airplane."
Kherson will seek to join Russia: Moscow-backed officials
Latest Ukraine news from May 11: Pro-Kremlin administration says it will ask to be incorporated into Russia by 2023.
Biden slams Senate Republicans for standing 'in the way of Americans' rights' after the GOP blocked a bill codifying Roe v. Wade
President Joe Biden neglected to mention that Sen. Joe Manchin, a West Virginia Democrat, also opposed the legislation.
Johnny Depp may lose defamation case even if Amber Heard flops on the stand, legal experts say
"Aquaman" actress Amber Heard’s “performance” – as Johnny Depp's team has put it – on the stand last week has been widely panned. But that may not be enough to give her ex-husband Depp a victory in his $50 million defamation case against her, according to experts.
WATCH: <i>Washington Examiner's</i> Kaylee McGhee White says Trump endorsements aren't 'foolproof'
The Washington Examiner's Kaylee McGhee White says former President Donald Trump's "massive influence over voters" could be diminishing.
Carrick Flynn Wants to Save the World. So Why Is He Running for Congress?
The candidate for Oregon's 6th is an adherent of a niche philosophy known as “effective altruism” that transformed the philanthropy world. Now it's coming for Washington.
Ilhan Omar calls for Israel to be held accountable for 'human rights violations' over killing of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh
The Biden administration condemned Akleh's killing and called for an investigation, without explicitly calling out Israel.
Wildfire near Laguna Beach destroys more than 20 homes
Winds off the ocean aided the fire's spread into ritzy neighborhoods. Southern California Edison reported "circuit activity" in the area where the blaze broke out as it erupted.
How the ‘most conservative governor in North Carolina history’ became a RINO
The Republican Senate primary is the latest case study of the party's transformation during the Trump era.
A nearly $1 billion settlement is reached in a Surfside condo collapse lawsuit
A tentative settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit brought by families of victims and survivors of last June's condominium collapse in Surfside, Florida.
Biden's dilemma on inflation: Blaming the Republicans isn't a winning strategy, analysts say
Democrats, not Republicans, are in charge in Washington. But Joe Biden faults the GOP for failing to have a plan to ease Americans' pain from inflation.
For some homebuyers, rising mortgage rates could be a silver lining
Pricier home loans could eventually lead to more affordable homes, one economist says. Here's why.
CO mom says middle school invited her daughter to secret LGBTQ club, told students to keep info from parents
Wellington Middle School in Wellington, Colorado, sponsored a Genders & Sexualities Alliance (GSA) club last May that taught kids to keep the conversation surrounding LGBTQ issues confidential.
Frontrunner for Canada's Conservative leadership promises to fire central bank governor
Pierre Poilievre's campaign has sounded out against "gatekeepers." On Wednesday night, he appointed Tiff Macklem gatekeeper No. 1.
Missouri election chief: Redistricting risks election errors
Missouri's top election official on Wednesday warned that it may be too late to pass new congressional districts for the Aug. 2 primary without causing errors that could undermine confidence in the election. Republican Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft said that even if lawmakers were to approve...
Japan's Okinawa may be on the front lines again as it marks anniversary of U.S. handover
Seihan Nakazato wants the missile trucks on the base next to his melon farm to leave, but few others on Okinawa's Miyako island, he complains, are demanding that Japan's army remove such weapons, which he says would make them a target for China.
Reporter who fell for jailed 'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli has no regrets, imagines 'very big hug' when released
Christie Smythe will detail her side of her story about her relationship with Martin Shkreli in Substack memoir, "SMIRK: How I Fell in Love With the Most Hated Man in America."
Coast Guard admiral approved to be first woman to lead a military service
Adm. Linda Fagan will replace Adm. Karl Schultz, who is set to retire later this month.
Elon Musk, an erratic visionary, revels in contradiction
As the uproar over Elon Musk’s $44 billion buyout of Twitter reaches a crescendo, another Musk drama, still chaotic four years after it began, has been back in court. Ironically, that spectacle started with a Musk tweet about doing an audacious deal.
Trudeau government funds abortion services amid fallout from Roe v. Wade disclosure
Canada's health minister says Wednesday's announcement is not linked to U.S. Supreme Court news.
Small business owners in Kansas sound off over mega corporations getting handouts
Small business owners criticized a new Kansas law that they say prioritizes large corporations over their local companies.
Chemical plant blast in Slovenia injures at least 10
An explosion at a chemical plant in southeast Slovenia has injured at least 10 people as authorities urged residents in the vicinity to stay indoors
Many Sri Lankans flee Colombo as political leaders meet to seek solution to crisis
Many Sri Lankans thronged buses in the main city Colombo on Thursday to return to their hometowns with leaders of political parties due to meet after the prime minister quit and went into hiding and President Gotabaya Rajapaksa warned of anarchy.
Musk slams media with enlightened brain meme over 'inaccurate, slanderous' reportage
Tesla CEO Elon Musk appeared to fire back Wednesday at proverbial fake news and attacks on him from the press, sharing an adjusted version of a popular meme featuring the human brain.
Dallas police investigating shooting of 3 Korean women at hair salon
Three women in Dallas were shot Wednesday afternoon after a suspect opened fire at a hair salon located in the city’s Koreatown, a historically Asian district.
Comedian Andy Dick arrested on suspicion of felony sexual battery
Comedian Andy Dick was arrested on felony sexual battery on Wednesday in California, multiple outlets report. Dick was taken into custody in Orange County, Calif., after a man claimed he was assaul…
California authorities seize 15 pounds of fentanyl, 2 pounds of heroin from car outside high school
The Alameda County Sheriff's Office seized 15 pounds of fentanyl, 2.2 pounds of heroin, and $139,000 from a drug dealer's car outside a high school in Oakland on Tuesday.
The US is nearing 1 million COVID deaths. Experts wonder how this seems normal.
When did 1 millIon COVID-19 deaths become accepted and normalized? When this should be a moment of reckoning for the U.S., why have so many people moved on?
Shanghai hunts down COVID cases, Beijing curbs taxi services
The latest cases show the difficulty in finishing off the highly transmissible Omicron variant.
N.Korea reports first COVID-19 outbreak, orders lockdown in "gravest emergency"
North Korea confirmed its first COVID-19 outbreak on Thursday, calling it the "gravest national emergency" and ordering a national lockdown, with state media reporting an Omicron variant had been detected in Pyongyang.
3 ways to get COVID pills, if you've just tested positive
Some people have had trouble getting Paxlovid pills quickly, despite the administration's effort to ease access after a COVID test confirms infection.
COVID claims 1 million U.S. lives
The United States has now recorded more than 1 million COVID-19 deaths, according to a Reuters tally, crossing a once-unthinkable milestone about two years after the first cases upended everyday life and quickly transformed it.
North Korea confirms 1st COVID outbreak as Kim orders lockdown
While the scale of the outbreak isn't known, it could have serious consequences because the country has a poor health care system and its 26 million people are believed to be mostly unvaccinated.
COVID-19 hospital admissions, deaths expected to keep climbing in the US amid resurgence
The forecast comes as a growing number of COVID-19 positive patients are entering hospitals and requiring care each day.
Biden marks COVID 'tragic milestone' in US at global summit
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden appealed to world leaders at a COVID-19 summit Thursday to reenergize a lagging international commitment to attacking the virus as he led the U.S. in marking the “tragic milestone” of 1 million deaths in America.
China fights economic slump, sticks to costly 'zero COVID'
BEIJING (AP) — China’s leaders are struggling to reverse an economic slump without giving up anti-virus tactics that shut down Shanghai and other cities, adding to challenges for President Xi Jinping as he tries to extend his time in power.