Italy Ponders a New Role for Draghi. Let the Politicking Begin.
Prime Minister Mario Draghi is in the running to be the next president, a powerful but often-ceremonial role that could take his hand off day-to-day affairs.
Senate Democrats Press Ahead With Debate on Voting Rights Bill
The Senate on Tuesday will begin to debate new voting rights protections, even though the measure appears all but dead in the face of two key Democratic defections.
Two members of the Joint Chiefs test positive for the coronavirus.
Two members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, including the chairman, have tested positive for the coronavirus, Pentagon officials said on Monday.
News analysis: Variants force the C.D.C. to make decisions with scant data.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was long revered for its methodical and meticulous scientific approach.
In reporting a drop in daily cases, Hochul sees reason for optimism.
Even as New York State prepared for a significant snowfall on Sunday, Gov. Kathy Hochul told New Yorkers that the state's coronavirus forecast was improving:
The C.D.C.'s New Challenge? Grappling With Imperfect Science
The Omicron coronavirus variant is moving much faster than researchers can, worsening a longstanding problem: The agency must make tough decisions with scant data.
Jen Psaki slams Virginia's anti-LGBTQ governor for banning mask mandates in schools
White House Press Secretary Jenn Psaki has become known for her epic takedowns of far-right journalists in the White House Briefing Room as she works to defend President Biden and his policies.
Poroshenko, Former President, Returns to Ukraine, Roiling Politics
Petro O. Poroshenko, a former president, returned to Kyiv on Monday facing possible arrest, adding internal political turmoil to a threat of Russian invasion.