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Apr 13 2020
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May 04 2022
The head of the European Union has called for a full ban of Russian oil imports to take effect by the end of 2022.
European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen proposed "a complete import ban on all Russian oil" Wednesday alongside more potential sanctions against Russia. The new sanctions would target Russian banks, media outlets and Russian officials believed to be responsibleAxios Fox Business CNN Business
Feb 23 2022
Trust may sound to some like a secondary factor in a confrontation pitting global powers against each other. But many seasoned diplomats say it will be essential in the weeks ahead.
Before stepping into a tête-à-tête meeting in Munich Saturday with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on the Russia-Ukraine crisis, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian offered a statement that wasChristian Science Monitor
Oct 13 2019
The U.S. ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland, intends to tell Congress this week that the content of a text message he wrote denying a quid pro quo with Ukraine was relayed to him directly by President Trump in a phone call, according to a person familiar with his testimony.
Sondland plans to tell lawmakers he has no knowledge of whether the president was telling him theWashington Post
Oct 01 2021
America thinks the unthinkable: More than half of Trump voters and 41% of Biden supporters want red and blue states to SECEDE from one another and form two new countries, shock new poll finds
Many breathed a sigh of relief when President Biden was elected, not for policy but for a reunification of the country after four years of tumult and fiery division under President Trump. But eight months into the new presidency, America's deep disunity might not be letting up.
A new poll has revealed that political divisions run so deep in the US that over half of Trump voters wantDaily Mail
Oct 08 2021
President Biden on Friday became the first present to issue an official proclamation commemorating Indigenous People's Day.
The big picture: Biden's proclamation boosts efforts looking to shift the focus of the federal holiday celebrating Christopher Columbus to the contributions of Native Americans, AP reports.
He made an earlier proclamation for Columbus Day where heAxios
May 06 2022
For activists at both ends of the spectrum, abortion is a pivotal issue. A decision to overturn Roe and let states decide would test the extent to which it motivates average voters.
Sitting around a foldout table in a dimly lit union hall, Susan DeRose deftly folds sample ballots into thirds, building a sloping pile in front of Amber Stern and Ann Szlivko, who try to keep pace as theyChristian Science Monitor
Feb 18 2022
While continuing to fuel the climate emergency over the past decade, oil and gas majors relied on misleading messages rather than actually taking action to transition to clean energy, according to research released Wednesday.
The peer-reviewed study, published in the journal PLOS One, focused on two American companies, Chevron and ExxonMobil, as well as two European ones, BP and Shell—Common Dreams
Mar 03 2022
The real Joe Biden is back. Tonight, he reminded us why America picked a tried-and-true defender of democracy -- at home and abroad -- to lead us through these tough times.
On the campaign trail in 2020, Biden challenged autocracy and dictatorship overseas, while offering himself as a champion of national unity and cross-party cooperation at home.
He has blown off course at timesCNN (Opinion)
Nov 18 2019
The House impeachment inquiry begins its second week of public hearings with the Intelligence Committee scheduled to hear testimony from eight more witnesses over three days.
Last week, Democrats launched the public phase of the inquiry with testimony from three career public servants: William Taylor, the acting U.S. ambassador to Ukraine; George Kent, the deputy assistant secretary ofNPR (Online News)