Despite speculation that he would serve only one four-year term, U.S. President Joe Biden, who at 78 is the oldest person in history to hold the office, said he expected he would run again in 2024. Lisa Bernhard has more.
President Joe Biden has lashed out against gun violence in the US after the country's latest mass shooting, in Indianapolis.Mr Biden called gun violence "a national embarrassment" and called on the Senate to pass a bill tightening background checks for gun sales and transfers.
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Hate crime legislation intended to combat violence against Asian Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic advanced in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday, easily overcoming the Senate procedural tool known as the filibuster. Gloria Tso reports.
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and her gubernatorial campaign have settled with a former staffer who accused the Democrat of sexually mistreating him during a meeting, paying out at least $62,500 as part of the agreement.
President Joe Biden said on Wednesday he will begin withdrawing the last U.S. troops from Afghanistan on May 1 to end America's longest war, rejecting calls for U.S. forces to stay to ensure a peaceful resolution to that nation's grinding internal conflict. Gavino Garay reports.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) got into a heated exchange with Dr. Anthony Fauci over the country’s coronavirus mitigation measures, which ended with Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) telling Jordan to “shut your mouth.” CNN’s Jim Acosta spoke with Waters about why she intervened in the moment.
When tragedy struck across the country in Georgia, Tam Nguyen helped fellow members of his Southern California Vietnamese-American community start defense courses and assert themselves in the face of racism. Gloria Tso reports.
Director/producer Antoine Fuqua and and actor/producer Will Smith have opted to move production of their forthcoming film “Emancipation” from the Georgia because of its newly restrictive voting legislation. Georgia Sen. Jon Ossoff reacts.
Hundreds gathered in cities across the U.S. on Saturday, including Atlanta, Georgia and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to protest mounting violence against Asian-Americans in the past year, sparked by the recent shootings at day spas in Atlanta that left eight dead, including six Asian women. Jayson Albano reports.
Georgia Democratic Senator Rev. Raphael Warnock tells CNN’s Dana Bash that the US must work on the infrastructure of the country as well as its democracy following the sweeping bill imposing voting restrictions that was passed in his state and signed by Gov. Brian Kemp.
As she continues to work through a busy transition into the office of Vice President, Kamala Harris took time to sit down for an exclusive interview with ABC15 this week, weighing in on the nearly $2..