The Government has moved to unilaterally ease another element of the contentious Brexit arrangements governing trade to Northern Ireland.
Joe Biden maintains “unequivocal” support for the Belfast Agreement, a White House spokeswoman said.
Law enforcement was on high alert around the US Capitol on Thursday after intelligence uncovered a “possible” plot by a militia group to storm the building.
Harry Dunn’s family have been given the go-ahead to proceed with a civil claim for damages against the teenager’s alleged killer and her husband in the US.
The Kremlin has shrugged off new Western sanctions over the poisoning and arrest of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny as unfounded and pointless, but warned that Moscow will retaliate.
The Foreign Secretary has raised the case of Harry Dunn with the US secretary of state ahead of a court hearing in Virginia, the Prime Minister has said.
US president Joe Biden said he expects to take delivery of enough coronavirus vaccines for all adults by the end of May – two months earlier than anticipated – and he pushed states to get at least one dose into the arms of teachers by the end of March.
Wearing one face covering with at least two layers in it is effective, a health official has said, after US President Joe Biden was pictured wearing two masks.
Saudi Arabia’s crown prince is likely to have approved an operation to kill or capture a US-based journalist inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, according to a newly-declassified intelligence report.
A US air strike has targeted facilities belonging to a powerful Iranian-backed Iraqi armed group in Syria.
The United States launched airstrikes in Syria on Thursday, targeting facilities used by Iranian-backed militia groups.
President Joe Biden on Wednesday formally revoked a series of presidential orders and memorandums signed by Donald Trump, including one that sought to cut funding for cities Mr Trump deemed “anarchist” havens.
United States president Joe Biden has had his first bilateral meeting with Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau virtually, with the coronavirus pandemic stripping the occasion of its customary Oval Office fanfare.
Chrissy Teigen celebrated after she was unfollowed by Joe Biden’s presidential Twitter account.
The Covid-19 death toll in the US has topped 500,000, a staggering number that all but matches the number of Americans killed in the Second World War, Korea and Vietnam combined.
Iran will begin to offer United Nations inspectors “less access” to its nuclear programme as part of its campaign to put pressure on the West, the UN atomic watchdog’s chief has said.
The head of the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog met Iranian officials on Sunday in a bid to preserve his inspectors’ ability to monitor Tehran’s atomic programme, even as authorities said they planned to cut off their surveillance cameras at those sites.
Joe Biden has called on fellow world leaders to show together that “democracies can still deliver” as he underscored his administration’s determination to quickly turn the page on Donald Trump’s “America First” approach.
The US has officially returned to the Paris global climate accord as Joe Biden and other leaders declared the nation could not afford to sideline the growing climate crisis again.
Boris Johnson will pledge to donate the majority of surplus coronavirus vaccines to poorer nations as he tries to rally world leaders to work together on efforts to combat the pandemic.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz has acknowledged that he travelled to Mexico for a family holiday this week, leaving his home state as thousands struggled without power following a powerful winter storm.
Demonstrators against Myanmar’s military takeover returned to the streets on Thursday after a night of armed intimidation by security forces in the country’s second biggest city.
US President Joe Biden said he is still getting used to the extras that come with the job.
Winter weather across the US is likely to blame for the deaths of two people in Texas, where an unusually snowy emergency knocked out power for more than four million people, shut down grocery stores and air travel and closed schools ahead of frigid days still to come.
Gordon Ramsay says he can change a nappy with his eyes closed after spending time at home during lockdown.
President Joe Biden called for stronger gun laws as a Florida community remembered the 17 lives lost three years ago in the Parkland school shooting massacre.
The end of former president Donald Trump’s impeachment trial opens a new chapter for his successor in the White House.
Ireland’s premier appears unlikely to be travelling to the United States next month for the annual Shamrock ceremony.
Democrats prosecuting Donald Trump’s impeachment said the Capitol invaders believed they were are acting on “the president’s orders” to storm the building and stop the joint session of Congress that was certifying Joe Biden’s election.
The Biden administration in the US has announced that new sanctions against Myanmar will target the country’s top military officials who ordered this month’s coup in the Southeast Asian country.