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Georgia voters give Joe Biden and Democrats a critical 51-seat edge in the Senate, which will no longer require a tie break vote to confirm judges.
The Biden administration on Tuesday signed off on two new significant arms sales to Taiwan in approvals that are sure to rankle China. The State Department said it had okayed sales worth more than $425 million of spare aircraft parts to support Taiwan's fleet of F-16 fighters, C-130 transport planes and other U.S.-supplied weapons systems. The sales were announced just weeks after President Joe Biden met his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping for talks in Indonesia in which China’s increasingly aggressive behavior toward Taiwan was a major issue.
Walker’s Senate runoff loss might be viewed as the last nail in Trump’s political coffin, but 2024 will reveal the rebirth or the death of Trumpism
Democrats defend the final Senate seat up for grabs in the 2022 midterm.
Incumbent Democrat fends off challenge from Republican Herschel Walker to gain party’s 51st seat
Georgia voters are left with the final say in how Congress will look as the Senate runoff race between Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker unfolds.
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/GettyFor the second time in two years, Georgia voters showed up in droves for a nationally watched Senate runoff battle—and chose Raphael Warnock, the pastor-turned-Democratic star, to represent them in Washington.On Tuesday, called by The Associated Press, Warnock finally defeated his Republican opponent, the football legend Herschel Walker, in the final contest of the 2022 election cycle.Although Democrats had already secured the Senate
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Chinese president’s three-day trip to Riyadh will lead to a ‘strategic agreement’ between the authoritarian powers
Asian investors extended a sell-off across global markets Wednesday while oil held losses on growing fears Federal Reserve monetary tightening will tip the US economy into recession.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping is attending a pair of regional summits in Saudi Arabia this week amid efforts to kick-start economic growth weighed down by strict anti-COVID-19 measures. The Foreign Ministry said Wednesday that Xi will attend the inaugural China-Arab States Summit and a meeting with leaders of the six nations that make up the Gulf Cooperation Council in the Saudi capital of Riyadh. China is the world’s second largest economy and a major source of outward investment.
Ravers sporting face paint and flashing LED sunglasses jump in time to the thudding beats of Dish Dash, a DJ act whose rise mirrors that of the Saudi music scene.
The COVID-19 vaccine mandate for members of the U.S. military would be rescinded under the annual defense bill heading for a vote this week in Congress, ending a directive that helped ensure the vast majority of troops were vaccinated but also raised concerns that it harmed recruitment and retention. House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy personally lobbied President Joe Biden in a meeting last week to roll back the mandate. Rep. Mike Rogers of Alabama, the ranking Republican on the House Armed Services Committee, said the removal of the vaccination requirement was essential for the defense policy bill to move forward.
The plaintiffs named the actor, Kaufman Astoria Studios Inc., The Carsey-Werner Company and NBC as defendants in the 34-page lawsuit filed in Manhattan Supreme Court.
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If enacted, the military will no longer kick out troops for refusing the shot.
Duke and Duchess of Sussex to accept award at Robert F Kennedy Human Rights Ripple of Hope Award
‘Biden saved the murderer by granting immunity’
The Duke and Duchess will be honoured at the gala for their ‘unwavering commitment to social change’.
Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty ImagesPrince Harry and Meghan Markle were fêted at a high society charity gala Tuesday night in New York City, smiling for the cameras despite a growing storm of anticipation for their Netflix series “Harry & Meghan,” which is set to drop Thursday. According to reporters on the scene, including the Daily Mail and The Sun, the couple “refused” to speak to media and answer questions surrounding the recent controversy. The pair were honored as “Ripple of Hope” laureates b