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bidenungeneralassembly sep22 President Joe Biden has vowed not to pursue "a new Cold War, or a world divided into rigid blocks." Addressing the UN General Assembly, Biden declared that the United States was moving into a "new era of relentless diplomacy" as it tackles emerging technological threats and the expansion of autocratic nations.

justin trudeau 092121 Canada's ruling Liberal Party is set to return to power having projected to win 157 seats in the snap federal election. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sought a third term in office two years ahead of schedule with the aim of securing a solid majority, but failed to do so. 170 seats are needed to form a majority government in the 338 member House of Commons, but he will be leading a minority gov

canadaelection sep20 Canadians went to the polling booths Monday for a premature federal election as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sought a third term in office two years ahead of schedule. The first results will be available shortly after 7 p.m. ET, according to Election Canada. During the campaign, the liberal prime minister reportedly struggled to explain why he opted an early election amidst the pandemic, forcin

bidenincometaxes sep17 President Joe Biden said that big corporations and the super wealthy in the United States have to start paying their fair share of taxes. "It's long overdue," he said while delivering remarks on levelling the playing field in U.S. economy to bring down costs and ensure that the backbone of the country, the middle class, can finally get a break. The President started by thanking the House comm

usukaustralia sep16 Australia, United Kingdom, and the United States have announced the formation of an enhanced trilateral security partnership in the Indo- Pacific region. The White House said this new architecture is aimed "to build stronger partnerships to sustain peace and stability across the entire Indo-Pacific region", and about "deepening cooperation on a range of defense capabilities for the 21st century".

gavinnewsom 0915 A Republican effort to remove California Governor Gavin Newsom from office failed after the majority of voters in the state voted "No" in the election to recall the Democratic leader, according to projections by US media. While more than 65 percent of the voters voted against removing him from office in the high turnout in Tuesday's election, only around 34 percent were in favor of the recall, re

us mexico 091021 United States and Mexico have agreed to relaunch the U.S., Mexico High-Level Economic Dialogue (HLED) in recognition of the two neighboring countries' broad strategic economic relationship. The U.S. delegation, led by Vice President Kamala Harris, was comprised of Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai, U.S. Ambassador to M

texas 090221 A law banning abortion after six weeks into a pregnancy has come into effect in Texas. The Heartbeat Bill was one of more than 600 new bills that became effective in the state Wednesday after Governor Greg Abbott signed them into law. An emergency request by abortion and women's health providers for an injunction on enforcement of the ban was turned down by the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday by a 5-4 vote.

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