Vice President Kamala Harris (left) and President Joe Biden (right)

President, Vice President Make First Foreign Trips In Office

Vice President Harris is in Guatemala and President Biden leaves for Europe Wednesday.


3:38President Biden speaks about a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas in Washington.
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Democrats Push President Biden To Shift Stance On Israel

2:30Wyoming has less than 29% of its population vaccinated.

Why Wyoming Is Becoming The Most Vaccine-Hesitant State

3:38Voters at the Cody Rodeo are not happy with their Congresswoman, Liz Cheney.

Liz Cheney Fighting Battles In Both D.C. And At Home In Wyoming

2:03Man gets arrested at the southern border.

Migration Issues Loom Large Over Vice President's Trip

0:22A woman shows her ID before voting in Acapulco, Mexico
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President Of Mexico's Party Holds Key Majority In Midterm Elections

0:42A police officer stands outside The New York Times building in New York.
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DOJ Will No Longer Seize Reporters' Records

0:33People take the oath of citizenship during a naturalization ceremony at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
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Supreme Court Rules Against Immigrants With Temporary Protected Status

0:28President Joe Biden departs the White House
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White House, GOP Continue Infrastructure Talks

1:03Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., is surrounded by reporters.
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White House Pushing For Deals On Infrastructure And Voting

2:12Administration members in Oval Office

Clock Is Ticking On President Biden's Infrastructure Bill

5:32Crowd inside U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

Capitol Police Officers Relive Details of January 6 Insurrection

3:17Teacher helps a student.

Managing The Steep Price Of Child Care

1:19Dr. Fauci is the subject of new attacks from the political right because of newly released emails that discuss the virus.

Republicans Attack Dr. Fauci On Emails, Claim He Misled Americans

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Former Pres. Trump To Speak At N.C. GOP Convention

0:28Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., the GOP's lead negotiator on a counteroffer to President Joe Biden's infrastructure plan
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Biden: Still No Deal on Infrastructure Plan

1:58President Biden

White House Still Struggling To Convince Some Vaccine Holdouts

0:25Russian President Vladimir Putin attends the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in St. Petersburg
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Putin Signs Law Banning 'Extremist' Groups From Elections

0:34In this Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2020 file photo, President Donald Trump speaks during a briefing with reporters.
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Facebook Suspends Donald Trump's Accounts For 2 Years

0:29Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla.
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Rep. Matt Gaetz Faces Possible Obstruction Of Justice Charge

0:31Smoke fills the walkway outside the Senate Chamber as rioters are confronted by U.S. Capitol Police officers.
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Federal Prosecutors: $1.5M In Damages Caused On Jan. 6

1:03Former Vice President Mike Pence speaks at the annual Hillsborough County NH GOP Lincoln-Reagan Dinner.
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Pence: Likely Never See Eye To Eye With Trump on Jan. 6 Riot

2:03Naftali Bennett

Israel's Likely Next Prime Minister Has A Controversial Idea For Peace

0:32President Joe Biden.
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White House Details President Biden's Upcoming European Tour

0:25United States Postal Service Postmaster General Louis DeJoy.
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FBI Investigating Campaign Financing By Postmaster General Louis Dejoy

3:28Two workers examine 2020 ballots.
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Audits, Recounts And Lawsuits: Why We're Still Looking At 2020 Ballots

0:59A view of uptown Manhattan from the Empire State Building in New York City.
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New York City's Democratic Mayoral Candidates Take The Debate Stage

0:41A worker wears a mask while prepares desserts at the Universal City Walk, in Universal City, Calif.
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Half of States End Extra COVID Jobless Benefits

0:40Discarded inflatable rafts lie on the banks of the Rio Grande river after they were used to smuggle migrants onto U.S. soil.
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U.S. Officials Warn Migrants Not To Trust Smugglers

0:54The Supreme Court is seen at sundown in Washington.
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Supreme Court To Rule On Several Key Cases

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Russia Tied To Meat Processor Attack, Accused Of Harboring Criminals