The Chinese President courts those who feel snubbed by American exceptionalism. Joe Biden puts America’s “enduring security and prosperity” first.
Scott Morrison thanked Joe Biden for his focus on the Asia-Pacific region, telling the US President: “There’s no doubt you get it.”
The attack has sparked global outrage and a promise of retribution from the US
The US ordered six commercial airlines to help transport people out of Afghanistan as dozens have died in the past seven days in and around the airport.
Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron joined Boris Johnson in blaming the US for the fall of Kabul but Joe Biden doubled down on his decision to withdraw.
The White House said in a statement the move made clear the United States “will not stand idly by as the PRC breaks its promises to Hong Kong and to […]
On Wall Street, investors are banking on another four years for Jerome Powell as chair of the Federal Reserve – introducing a potential risk for Joe Biden should he opt […]
Andy Slavitt, who served as Joe Biden’s senior pandemic adviser, warns that governments must now vaccinate far more people to stave off the Delta variant.
“America has helped Iraq,” said Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi. “Together we fight and defeated” the Islamic State.
Kurt Campbell, Joe Biden’s top adviser on Asia, says he does not expect a thaw in China-Australia tensions anytime soon.
China has rejected the theory that the virus originated in a lab in Wuhan, the Chinese city where the first cases were reported.
The bill marks the day in 1865 when a Union general informed a group of enslaved people in Texas that they had been made free two years earlier.
Republicans and the oil industry have long been trying to open the wildlife refuge, considered sacred by the Indigenous Gwich’in, for drilling.
The new US president is repairing American alliances after four years of damage.
Transurban is hoping for a slice of US president Joe Biden’s $US2 trillion ($2.6 trillion) COVID-recovery infrastructure spending spree.
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The nation’s blood pressure is collectively down, but there be two markers for Joe Biden’s next 100 days: will he get his ambitious infrastructure spending through Congress? And will there […]
Biden administration officials said that the higher wages would lead to greater worker productivity, offsetting any additional costs to taxpayers.
The first leader Joe Biden welcomed to a face-to-face meeting at the White House was Japan’s Prime Minister.
The stars have aligned for Joe Biden as he gets set to unleash a spending drive, but he has some obstacles to navigate.
China is once again employing the strategy it has used to great effect to project its military power in the South China Sea.
Russia’s President is keen to be seen as a strong leader while the state propaganda blitz portrays Joe Biden as a stumbling, doddery old man.
Biden also announced a plan to administer 200 million COVID-19 vaccine doses by the end of April at his first press conference since entering the White House.
Mexican customs officials, meanwhile, have seized purported vials of the Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine en route to Honduras.
The US president said the Kremlin would “see shortly” what that price was.
The House is expected to vote on the $US1.9 trillion stimulus plan as soon as Wednesday (Thursday AEDT).
New Radicals will perform their 1998 hit You Get What You Give at Joe Biden’s presidential inauguration on Thursday.
President Donald Trump, an ardent supporter of capital punishment, sped up federal executions at the end of his term. Joe Biden is expected to discontinue them.
The embattled President says the 25th amendment “is of zero risk to me, but will come back to haunt Joe Biden and the Biden administration”.
At the end of the video Trump told his supporters that “our incredible journey is only just beginning”, suggesting he may run for President again in 2024.