A Kansas prosecutor says a police raid on a small weekly newspaper wasn’t supported by evidence. The newspaper’s staff scrambled to print the new edition Wednesday without their cellphones and computers seized in the raid.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has told leaders and officials from most African countries that his nation is making full efforts to avert a global food crisis despite concerns that its withdrawal from a deal allowing grain shipments from Ukraine will cause price spikes.
The U.S. says a Russian fighter jet fired flares and struck another American drone over Syrian airspace on Wednesday, continuing a string of harassing maneuvers that have ratcheted up tensions between the global powers.
The White House is criticizing Texas’ operation to stop migrants along the U.S. border with Mexico after a state trooper told a supervisor that the mission has become inhumane.
Transgender advocate Rose Montoya is no longer welcome at White House events after posting on social media a video of herself and two others going topless for a time at Saturday’s Pride Month event on the South Lawn.
A government watchdog agency says White House press secretary Karine-Jean Pierre violated a law that bars federal employees from engaging in political activity on the job.
President Joe Biden says he’s willing to sign a Republican-sponsored resolution blocking new District of Columbia laws that would overhaul how the nation’s capital prosecutes and punishes crime.
Both Democrats and Republicans are preparing for a prolonged political battle over student debt relief if the U.S.
President Joe Biden is aiming to draw a contrast between his health care priorities and those of congressional Republicans in Virginia next week.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The White House rebuked Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin this week for supporting state lawmakers’ rejection of a bill that that would have prohibited police from issuing search warrants for digitized data about women’s menstrual cycles.
The Justice Department is sending out more than $200 million to help states and the District of Columbia administer “red-flag laws” and other crisis-intervention programs.
The White House has announced that President Joe Biden will host Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva for meetings on Feb. 10.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk and top aides to President Joe Biden have met in Washington to discuss electric vehicles.
The White House says President Joe Biden “looks forward” to sitting down with new House Speaker Kevin McCarthy to discuss a range of topics.
When Hillary Clinton was running for president in 2016, she and her campaign called the FBI’s scrutiny of her private email server a “security review.”
President Joe Biden will host Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at the White House later this month for economic and security consultations.
President Joe Biden has signed legislation curbing the use of confidentiality agreements that block victims of sexual harassment from speaking publicly about misconduct in the workplace.
The head of U.S. Customs and Border Protection has resigned from his job leading the nation’s largest law enforcement agency as agents encounter record numbers of migrants entering the U.S. from Mexico.
President Joe Biden will make a week-long, three country trip next month for a quartet of summits—including one that could potentially put him in the same room as China’s Xi Jinping and Russia’s Vladimir Putin.
A federal appeals court has issued a stay temporarily blocking President Joe Biden’s plans to forgive student loan debt.
President Joe Biden sought out a deceased congresswoman during his remarks at a hunger conference Wednesday.
The White House has announced that French President Emmanuel Macron will travel to Washington in early December for the first state visit of President Joe Biden’s tenure.
President Joe Biden met with family members of WNBA star Brittney Griner and another American detained in Russia, Paul Whelan.
President Joe Biden plans to meet at the White House on Friday with the families of WNBA star Brittney Griner and Michigan corporate security executive Paul Whelan, both of whom remain jailed in Russia.
President Joe Biden will host Pacific Island leaders in Washington later this month amid growing worries by the U.S. and Western allies about China’s activity in the region.
The Biden administration is phasing out a program that aimed to give at-risk Afghans a quicker legal pathway to the U.S. through humanitarian relief but was criticized for its bureaucratic barriers.
Eli Lilly and Co. and the administration of President Joe Biden have condemned Indiana’s new ban on abortions.
President Joe Biden traveled to Saudi Arabia almost three weeks ago on the possibility that he could get some additional oil production out of OPEC+.
President Joe Biden has signed an executive order aimed in part at making it easier for women seeking abortions to travel between states to obtain access to the procedure.
Barack Obama’s presidential portrait will be unveiled at the White House in a September ceremony hosted by his former No. 2, President Joe Biden.