Biden Declared the War Over. But Wars Go On.
The president's assertion after the withdrawal from Afghanistan that the United States is not at war for the first time in 20 years ignored continued smaller-scale conflicts.
Irish PM rejects suggestion Biden does not understand Northern Ireland
Ireland's prime minister has rejected a suggestion that US president Joe Biden does not fully understand the issues around Northern Ireland's post- Brexit trading arrangements after comments made by a UK government minister.
US-French rift seems to heal after Biden-Macron call
The most significant rift in decades between the United States and France seemed to be healing Wednesday, after French president Emmanuel Macron and US president Joe Biden got on the phone to smooth things over.
Crystal Valley Farm Coop Hit with Ransomware
It's the second agricultural business to be seized this week and portends a bitter harvest with yet another nasty jab at critical infrastructure.
Good Morning, News: State Employees Given Vax Extension, Clackamas Commish Shull Re-Inserts Foot in Mouth, and Biden to Boost Global Vaccines
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Biden speaks with Macron for the first time since the U.S.-France diplomatic feud.
President Biden spoke with President Emmanuel Macron of France on Wednesday for the first time since the United States and Britain entered into a broad new defense arrangement with Australia that scuttled a $60 billion French project to build submarines, and led France to declare its oldest ally had delivered a "knife to the back."
Some activists say that Biden's new plan for donating vaccines is not enough.
When President Biden announced in June that the United States would buy 500 million Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine doses for poorer nations, there was a gaping hole in his plan: To fund it, the administration quietly diverted hundreds of millions of dollars that had already been promised to countries for helping to get shots into people's arms.
France To Send Its Ambassador Back To The U.S. Following A Macron-Biden Call
In this Friday, June 11, 2021 file photo, from left, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, U.S. President Joe Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen walk together during the G7 Summit, in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, England.
As Democratic Gears Grind, Their Flawed Legislation Tiptoes Toward Doom
Question: When is a Democratic majority not a Democratic majority? Answer: When it's a Democratic majority.