The U.S. says it wants to rejoin UNESCO after exiting during the Trump administration

June 12, 2023 - 1:06pm EDT
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The U.S. could reenter the cultural and educational body several years after it pulled out of the group citing an "anti-Israel bias" and other concerns.

Jul 23 - 7:12am EDT

As Vice President Kamala Harris begins campaigning, some Republicans warn of possible legal obstacles to her nomination when it comes to both campaign funding and state election laws.

Jul 23 - 6:30am EDT

The Republican vice presidential candidate represents a sharp break from the Republicanism of yesteryear.

Jul 23 - 6:00am EDT

President Biden had made a career of digging in and proving the doubters wrong — until he finally met a political crisis he couldn’t ride out.

Jul 23 - 6:00am EDT

President Biden had made a career of digging in and proving the doubters wrong — until he finally met a political crisis he couldn’t ride out.

Jul 23 - 4:13am EDT

Vice President Harris paid tribute to President Biden, then went to campaign headquarters to rally staff on Day 1 of her push to cement her place at the top of the Democratic ticket.

Jul 23 - 4:11am EDT

Republican vice presidential nominee JD Vance held a rally in Middletown, his hometown, as the party tries to pivot from a campaign tailored to take on President Biden, who dropped out of the race.

Jul 23 - 4:02am EDT

The Secret Service director was on Capitol Hill Monday. For nearly five hours, she faced questions from House lawmakers demanding answers about the attempted assassination of former President Trump.

Jul 22 - 10:53pm EDT

The vice president is poised to be the Democratic Party's presidential nominee, according to an Associated Press delegate tally, and said she looks "formally accepting the nomination soon."

Jul 22 - 10:53pm EDT

The vice president is poised to be the Democratic Party's presidential nominee, according to an Associated Press delegate tally, and said she looks "formally accepting the nomination soon."