President Joe Biden

Biden v Trump?

There may be differences in approach towards Russia, for Mr Trump has always been ambivalent towards the Kremlin, but by the time the election comes around, things may have changed significantly in Ukraine

Sigh of relief

The top court granted emergency requests by the country’s Justice Department and the manufacturer of the pill to put on hold a preliminary injunction by a district judge in Texas.

The Blinken mission

The Israeli military put the death toll in Israel at 13, with hundreds treated for injuries after rocket salvoes caused panic and sent people as far away as Tel Aviv rushing into shelters.

Black Lives Matter

“This case is a turning-point in American history and sends a clear message that we hope is heard in every city and every state,” read the statement advanced by Floyd's family.

Japan in focus

Tokyo has also welcomed President Biden’s efforts to stop the downward spiral in its relations with South Korea. And it has been rewarded – Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga is likely to be the first foreign leader to visit the Biden White House for a summit meet in the first week of April.

Fourth of July

In his first primetime address after taking over as President on January 20, Mr Biden said on Friday, after signing the Covid relief bill, that he will order states to make all adults eligible for vaccination by May 1.