Speaking at the Shanksville memorial ceremony, Kamala Harris called for the US to come together, as passengers and crew of Flight 93 did on 9/11 to fight the hijackers. She was joined by former president George W Bush, who also criticised the divisiveness affecting the US, saying that it turns
10.15am EDT 10:15 The British Ministry of Defence said its officials are “working urgently to establish what has happened in Kabul and its impact on the ongoing evacuation effort”. “Our primary concern remains the safety of our personnel, British citizens and the citizens of Afghanistan,” the defence ministry said on
Since taking the oath of office in January, Kamala Harris has rarely been in the spotlight, save for drawing the ire of some Democrats and all Republicans, who are not particularly happy with her response to two of the issues she has been tasked with dealing with: voting rights and
The US vice-president, Kamala Harris, said she had held ‘robust’ talks with the Guatemalan president, Alejandro Giammattei, as she sought to find ways of deterring undocumented immigration from Central America to the United States. Speaking during a news conference with Giammattei, Harris delivered a blunt message to people thinking of making the dangerous
US vice-president Kamala Harris has brushed off questions about her decision not to go to the US-Mexico border as part of her work to address the spike in migration. Harris, who was asked about the issue during visits to Mexico and Guatemala, said: ‘I’ve been to the border before and
The US will officially recognize Juneteenth as a federal holiday on 19 June after Joe Biden signed a bill into law which commemorates the end of slavery in the country. The president described a day to remember the moral stain of slavery but also to celebrate the capacity to heal.
The GOP-led state senate oversight committee said in a 55-page report released today that citizens should be confident that the election’s outcome represents the “true results.” Democrat Joe Biden defeated the then-president Donald Trump by about 155,000 votes, or 2.8 percentage points, in the battleground state. Trump and his allies