Republican infighting stalls spending bills in US House as shutdown looms
The House and the Democratic-led Senate have less than two weeks to avoid a shutdown by passing either short-term or long-term funding measures.
Democrats push abortion rights to heart of 2024 campaign
Abortion rights helped Democrats stave off a hefty defeat at midterm elections last year.
US congressional Democrats raise concerns on cluster bombs for Ukraine
Cluster munitions are prohibited by more than 100 countries.
Why US Democrats are growingly challenging Israel
Considering the current evidence, support for Israel is dwindling at rates that are unprecedented.
Republicans say little progress in debt ceiling talks with White House
Biden and McCarthy emerged from a meeting on the debt ceiling talking about the need to find bipartisan compromise, even as they cling to policies that expose the divides between the two parties.
Yes, Joe Biden plans to run for president again, wife Jill says
Another run would test whether voters are ready to give Biden, already the oldest American president ever, another four years in office.
US House control hinges on tight races after Democrats take Senate
Republicans were closer to winning the House, having secured 211 seats compared to Democrats' 206, with 218 needed for a majority.
Former Republicans and Democrats to form new third US political party
The new party is being formed by a merger of three political groups that have emerged in recent years as a reaction to America's increasingly polarised and gridlocked political system.
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