Colin Powell's Funeral Held At Washington's National CathedralThe son of Jamaican immigrants, Colin Powell went from the streets of the South Bronx to the halls of power in Washington.
Biden Unveils Details Of Revamped $1.75 Trillion Social Spending PlanPresident Biden unveiled a revamped social policy and climate change plan Thursday that the White House expects will make sweeping changes to American society.
Gen. Colin Powell, Former Secretary Of State, Dies At 84 Due To Complications From COVID-19Gen. Colin Powell, who was born in Harlem and became the first Black U.S. secretary of state, has died at 84.
PHOTO GALLERY: Gen. Colin Powell Through The YearsGen. Colin Powell, who was born in Harlem and became the first Black U.S. secretary of state, died on Oct. 18, 2021 at 84 due to complications from COVID-19.
Sen. Schumer Announces Agreement On Short-Term Extension Of Debt CeilingDemocrats and Republicans in the Senate reached a deal to extend the debt ceiling through early December, avoiding what could have been an economic disaster.
FBI Releases Newly Declassified Record On 9/11 AttacksThe FBI late Saturday released a newly declassified document related to logistical support given to two of the Saudi hijackers in the run-up to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Advocates Say Health Care Funding For 9/11 Survivors Could Run Out By 2025 Unless Congress Passes CorrectionTheir main focus is to fix a funding shortfall in the World Trade Center Health Program.
Pres. Biden Announces COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates That Will Affect 100 Million AmericansPresident Biden announced the most sweeping COVID-19 vaccine requirements yet on Thursday, which will affect roughly 100 million Americans.
Biden Vows Revenge For Kabul Attack That Killed 13 US Service MembersThirteen U.S. service members were killed and more than a dozen others injured in an attack outside the airport in the capital of Afghanistan on Thursday, opening a deadly new chapter in the massive U.S. effort to evacuate Americans and Afghan allies ahead of President Biden's August 31 deadline to withdraw.
Man Surrenders After Claiming To Have Bomb Near CapitolThe man who claimed to have bomb in a pickup truck near the U.S. Capitol has surrendered to law enforcement, ending an hourslong standoff on Thursday.
GOP Senators Say They've Reached Agreement On 'Major Issues' In Infrastructure BillFive Republican senators negotiating the bipartisan infrastructure framework said Wednesday they've reached an agreement on the "major issues" of the bill with Senate Democrats & the White House.