The bill, known as the For the People Act, would touch on virtually every aspect of how elections are conducted.
The US Senate will not vote until at least July on a closely watched effort to repeal the 2002 Authorization for the Use of Military Force that allowed the war in Iraq, after Republican senators...
The new select committee to be formed would put majority Democrats in charge of the investigation.
US President Joe Biden believes steps are needed to safeguard privacy, bolster innovation and deal with other problems created by big technology platforms, the White House said on Tuesday, signaling...
Amid e-commerce giant Amazon's ongoing crackdown on attempts by sellers to solicit positive consumer reviews, three more Chinese consumer brands have been banned from selling on the platform.
Officials said the investigation is inspired by the discovery of 215 unmarked children graves at the Kamloops Indian Residential School in B.C.
Canada's House of Commons on Tuesday passed a bill criminalizing LGBT conversion therapy 263 to 63, handing a win to the minority ruling Liberal party which promised to ban the practice during an...
Vote marred by opposition boycott, war and reports of irregularities in some areas
Iranian state-run news agency IRNA announced the U.S. government seizures of the websites, without providing further information.
An Egyptian court Tuesday convicted a university student to four years in prison for "spreading false news", rights groups said, in a sentence Amnesty International labelled "outrageous".
US starts to withdraw its remaining 2,500 troops in Afghanistan after 20 years presence
‘Few extra weeks’ needed to hit goal of administering one shot to 70% of adults by July 4th
Law calls into question church’s ‘freedom of organisation’ and threatens ‘freedom of thought’, letter claims
The United States called Tuesday for an end to violence in Afghanistan, blaming Taliban insurgents for much of the bloodshed, three days ahead of a visit by President Ashraf Ghani to the White House.
US law enforcement seized control of the websites of two Iranian state-controlled news groups, Press TV and Al-Alam, and of the Al-Masirah TV channel of Yemen's Huthis, statements posted on the...
India's federal health ministry said Delta plus showed increased transmissibility and advised states to increase testing.
Iranian President-elect Ebrahim Raisi has said the rapid expansion of the COVID-19 vaccination program will be among his government's top priorities in order to get the country's economy moving again.
The Delta variant of the novel coronavirus that was first found in India is the greatest threat to the United States' effort to eradicate COVID-19 in its borders, said US infectious disease expert Dr...
Law presented by hard-right government of Viktor Orban as measure to combat child abuse
A Moscow district court has postponed until June 25 the hearing of a suit by imprisoned opposition leader Aleksei Navalny asking the court to rescind a decision by prison officials designating him as a "flight risk."