Two investigations over one major issue: presidents and their handling of classified documents.
Growing threats in the Indo-Pacific are pushing Japan and the United States to bolster their relationship.
China is proving to be a top priority for lawmakers in the 118th Congress. One of the first items of business for the GOP-led House was to establish a new select committee to push back against the Communist regime.
All American military service members including the National Guard and the Army Reserve are no longer required to get the COVID-19 shot to keep their jobs.
For the first time in nearly three years, China is feeling the full impact of COVID-19. Nationwide protests led to a complete reversal of the country's "Zero-COVID" policy. Now, COVID is surging, and the death toll is rising. That has authorities here at home assessing what the crisis could mean for the United States. Along with several other countries, the U.S. has imposed a new set of travel restrictions for airline passengers flying in from China.
Meetings between President Joe Biden, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau come as the leaders struggle to handle the massive influx of migrants and to crack down on the smugglers helping them reach the U.S.
President Joe Biden encountered no migrants during his highly controlled, four-hour visit to El Paso, Texas on Sunday, according to several media outlets. Before the president's visit, there had been reports of large numbers of migrants sleeping in city streets. According to a new report, one large group of migrants who had been sleeping outside next to a shelter and a bus station were rounded up and arrested prior to Biden's visit.
President Joe Biden has wrapped up a four-hour visit to the U.S.-Mexico border. The president walked a muddy stretch of the border and inspected a busy port of entry on Sunday, but he did not appear to meet with migrants during his first trip to the region as president.
The US military received the equivalent of a failing grade from an annual report that assesses the country's defense.
The U.S. Army is reportedly not backing down on its COVID-19 vaccine order toward members of the National Guard and Army Reserve.