The U.S. House of Representatives canceled its planned Thursday session, after the Capitol Police warned on Wednesday that a militia group could be plotting to breach the building that was subjected to a deadly attack on Jan. 6. Gloria Tso reports.
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.
US President Joe Biden holds his first White House press briefing, telling reporters it is his 'expectation' he will run for re-election but that he has 'no idea' if his Republican rival would be Donald Trump.He also said he would 'fully expect' to have Vice President Kamala Harris as his running-mate if he did make another bid for the Oval Office.
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The United States on Thursday imposed a broad array of sanctions on Russia to punish it for election interference, cyber-hacking, bullying Ukraine and other “malign” acts. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.
Brian Stelter asks about D.C. journalists adjusting to the Biden era and Jim Acosta says “I think we’re all dealing with some post-Trump stress disorder.” He points out there is a wide world of news to cover. Also, Annie Karni says the Biden White House is more disciplined than Trump’s and thus, in some ways, more difficult to cover.
[NFA] A motorist rammed a vehicle into U.S. Capitol police on Friday and brandished a knife, killing one officer and injuring another and forcing the Capitol complex to lock down in an attack that police said did not immediately appear to be terrorism-related. This report produced by Jillian Kitchener.
A car rammed a barricade outside the US Capitol killing a police officer, injuring another and leading to a suspect being shot, police have confirmed. Capitol Police say the incident happened at a checkpoint near the building in Washington, DC.
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