Boris Johnson has failed to persuade Joe Biden to keep US troops in Kabul after the 31 August deadline.
Following in the footsteps of organizations like Mothers Against Drunk Driving and March for Our Lives, a new political lobbying force made up of survivors of the COVID-19 pandemic is beginning to form. Several groups, such as “Young Widows and Widowers of Covid-19” and “Covid Survivors for Change,” started as outlets for people affected by the coronavirus to connect during isolation and are beginning to turn their shared grief into action. Chris Kocher, executive director of Covid Survivors for Change, explains what the movement hopes to accomplish.
A growing number of parents, educators and school staff in the U.S. are wary of a full return to in-person classes this fall at colleges and universities that do not have vaccine mandates on campus. This comes after most schools were fully remote or had instituted hybrid learning models over the past academic school year.Despite rigorous trials involving tens of thousands of people and conclusive research that shows that the three emergency use authorized COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective in preventing the spread of the disease as well as death from it, many Americans remain skeptical. Others simply find that getting the vaccine is an inconvenience.
After a meeting with Joe Biden at the G7 summit, Boris Johnson said the relationship between the UK and the US could be described as 'indestructible'.
The pair dipped their feet in the sea as they got to know each other during the US president and first lady's first trip abroad since being elected.
Agnes Callamard, the U.N. special rapporteur for extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, says the lack of sanctions on Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman sends a ‘dangerous’ message.
North Carolina will offer the jab to anyone who has smoked at least 100 cigarettes in their lifetime.
Sean Penn says there’s “an awful lot to be optimistic about” with Donald Trump out of the White House, but he still worries about the culture which led to “this failed businessman turned fake billionaire on a TV show” becoming the president.
It’s out with the old, in with the new — and celebrities are emotional about the change in American leadership.
President-elect Joe Biden will receive his first dose of the coronavirus vaccine on live television as part of a growing effort to convince the American public the inoculations are safe.
President-elect Joe Biden traveled to Atlanta Tuesday to stump for the two Democratic Senate candidates on the Jan. 5 runoff ballot, Jon Ossoff and the Rev. Raphael Warnock. Carloads of Biden supporters filled the drive-in section of the rally, while hundreds of supporters stood outside the gates, expressing their discontent that Republicans still question November's election results.
Georgia Republicans are facing a dilemma at a historic turning point in their state’s politics, having to choose between loyalty to their party and loyalty to their party’s national leader — President Trump, who will be out of office next month. On Saturday, Trump headlined a rally in Valdosta for the two GOP senators seeking to retain their seats. He encouraged Georgians to vote for them but spent most of his 90-minute speech on baseless claims of misconduct by Georgia election officials, blaming them for his own loss in the state. Many rally attendees told Yahoo News that they fully expected Trump to be sworn in for a second time in January. “I don’t believe that Biden won [the election],” Miles Cook, 53, said. “I think it’s been cheated and I think Trump will become the next president.”