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US president Joe Biden  and Japan’s prime minister Yoshihide Suga  take part in an expanded bilateral meeting in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington, DC. Photograph: Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty

US president Joe Biden welcomed his first official foreign visitor since his inauguration yesterday, as he hosted Japanese prime minister Yoshihide Su(...)

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifying  via video-link before the  US congressional hearing on anti-trust issues.  Photograph: Getty Images

Some of the biggest names in tech were grilled by lawmakers on Capitol Hill on Wednesday amid increased scrutiny of technology companies by lawmakers (...)

US attorney general William Barr: faced his first congressional questioning since the outbreak of  anti-racism protests two months ago. Photograph: Matt McClain

US attorney general William Barr defended the Trump administration’s decision to send federal agents to Portland, Oregon, as he appeared before the Ho(...)

US president Donald Trump speaking in Tulsa: He made no mention of the George Floyd killing protests but used the racially charged anti-China slur “Kung Flu”. Photograph: Evan Vucci

US president Donald Trump’s attempt to reinvigorate his election campaign suffered a setback on Saturday, after a smaller than expected crowd attended(...)

Barack Obama told graduating students in an online speech that leaders in Washington “aren’t even pretending to be in charge”. Photograph: Rhona Wise/AFP/Getty Images

A new phrase has entered the Donald Trump lexicon. “Obamagate” has been tweeted and retweeted multiple times by the US president of late, prompting wi(...)

President Donald Trump  with Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott in the  White House,  May 7th. Photograph: Doug Mills/The New York Times

A member of the US military who works closely with Donald Trump has tested positive for Covid-19, raising questions about the US president’s exposure (...)

 President Donald Trump: With a two-thirds majority needed for conviction,  he is likely to be acquitted due to Republican control of the chamber. Photograph: Patrick Semansky/AP

House Democrats focused on the specific articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump as they entered the second day of their opening argumen(...)

House intelligence chairman Adam Schiff: argues it is the role of Congress to keep presidents in check. Photograph: Mary F Calvert

The second day of Donald Trump’s impeachment trial opened on Wednesday with the House impeachment managers setting out their opening arguments as to w(...)

Senate minority Leader Chuck Schumer talks to reporters during a break in the Senate impeachment trial of US president Donald Trump at the Capitol in Washington on January 21st, 2020. Photograph: Erin Schaff/The New York Times

US senators clashed over the rules governing US president Donald Trump’s impeachment trial on Tuesday night, as the first full day of the trial evolve(...)

House speaker Nancy Pelosi announcing the managers for the Senate impeachment trial of US president Donald Trump on Wednesday. Photograph: Joshua Roberts/Reuters

The US House of Representatives voted to send articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump to the Senate on Wednesday, paving the way for on(...)

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