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Biden’s ‘minor incursion’ in Ukraine gaffe sends White House scrambling to clarify

Biden’s ‘minor incursion’ in Ukraine gaffe sends White House scrambling to clarify

At a news conference on Thursday AEDT, Biden indicated Russia could bear a lower cost for an incursion rather than an invasion.

  • by Farrah Tomazin

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Setbacks for Biden require ‘stalwart’ effort to unify party, push agenda
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Setbacks for Biden require ‘stalwart’ effort to unify party, push agenda

Another big promise by the US president has been torpedoed. What comes next for voting rights reform in America?

  • by Farrah Tomazin
Countdown to the end of the world: Doomsday Clock stuck at 100 seconds to midnight

Countdown to the end of the world: Doomsday Clock stuck at 100 seconds to midnight

The clock, which metaphorically counts down until the end of the world, remains at the closest point it has ever been to midnight.

  • by Paulina Firozi
One year in office: Biden defends stalled agenda, renews threats to Putin

One year in office: Biden defends stalled agenda, renews threats to Putin

The embattled Democrat said he should have done more but defended his agenda, saying he underestimated Congress’ ability to thwart his biggest election promises.

  • by Farrah Tomazin
US Supreme Court rejects Trump bid to keep Capitol attack records secret

US Supreme Court rejects Trump bid to keep Capitol attack records secret

Donald Trump and his allies have waged an ongoing legal battle with the committee seeking to block access to documents and witnesses.

  • by Lawrence Hurley
Prior COVID infection more protective than vaccination alone during Delta surge: study

Prior COVID infection more protective than vaccination alone during Delta surge: study

The CDC study showed that people who survived a previous Delta infection had lower rates of COVID-19 than people who were vaccinated alone.

  • by Julie Steenhuysen and Manas Mishra
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With his presidency in the balance, Biden must switch on Truman show

With his presidency in the balance, Biden must switch on Truman show

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?

  • by Bruce Wolpe
Joe Biden agenda struggles as voting rights defeat looms

Joe Biden agenda struggles as voting rights defeat looms

Bernie Sanders has repeatedly warned this month that the Democrats needed to make a “course correction” or risk losing more working people to the Republicans.

  • by Farrah Tomazin
In lawsuit, former New York Post editor alleges harassment, retaliation

In lawsuit, former New York Post editor alleges harassment, retaliation

Michelle Gotthelf alleged she was fired two months after revealing to an executive that former editor Col Allan had sexually harassed her.

  • by David Bauder
‘Next few weeks will be tough’: Omicron hasn’t peaked in US, top doctor warns

‘Next few weeks will be tough’: Omicron hasn’t peaked in US, top doctor warns

The seven-day average of coronavirus cases in the US exceeded 800,000 for the first time Friday, exceeding that level again on Saturday and Sunday.

  • by Paulina Firozi
The mystery library that has wowed the internet

The mystery library that has wowed the internet

The image may look familiar. It rises again just about annually, of a library that has been attributed over the years to authors including Umberto Eco and buildings in Italy and Prague.

  • by Kate Dwyer