A growing number of U.S. intelligence officers and diplomats in Vienna have reported symptoms in recent months consistent with "Havana syndrome," which include dizziness, migraines and memory loss.
Images of Border Patrol agents on horseback corralling a group of mostly Haitian migrants at a makeshift camp drew widespread criticism, including from members of the Biden administration.
President Biden will meet on Friday with the leaders of Japan, Australia and India. Their agenda includes the pandemic and climate change. But analysts say the Quad group is mainly about China.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB 701 on Wednesday. It aims to address the impact of speed quotas on warehouse worker injuries and health.
A commenter said the new uniforms look like something from Battlestar Galactica, adding one of the show's taglines: "So say we all."
"I thought the Haitians were quite scared, and I think there was probably some panic, which resulted in them trying to run around the horses," photographer Paul Ratje says.
A rarely used U.S. code pertaining to public health was invoked during the pandemic by the Trump White House to expel asylum-seekers. The Biden White House wants to keep it.
France said it was "unacceptable behavior" for Australia to abruptly drop a $40 billion submarine purchasing agreement with France in favor of a new deal with the U.S. and U.K.
The Pentagon initially asserted that the drone strike last month — which resulted in multiple civilian deaths — had killed an Islamic State extremist and was conducted correctly.
A submarine deal between the U.S., U.K. and Australia counters China but has infuriated France, which had its own deal to sell subs canceled and is wary of U.S. aims.
A cybersecurity lawyer who worked at a law firm tied to the Democratic Party is the second person charged in John Durham's investigation into the origins of the FBI's Trump-Russia probe.
A demonstration is planned in support of defendants charged after a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol. The FBI says there's no specific threat, but security officials say they're ready no matter what.
The Australian navy will be able to patrol faster and farther with the submarine technology. The rare move comes as the United States looks for ways to counter China.
A new book, Peril, says the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff was attempting to head off a potential armed conflict when he called his Chinese counterpart twice in Trump's final months in office.
The COVID-19 shot joins a list of well-established vaccines required by the U.S., aimed at preventing dangerous diseases such as polio and varicella (chickenpox).