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U.S.-Russia summits have ignited, and defused, global crises. There was the time the U.S. Secret Service found Boris Yeltsin in his underwear, slurring his words and craving a pizza.
Biden tried to repair ties with European allies and convinced them to take a tougher stance on China. Next he’ll confront Russia. But selling this at home remains the hardest part.
Southwest Airlines blamed the flight delays Monday night on tech problems with the company’s weather data provider.
Israel has become the first country to outlaw the controversial clothing material that opponents say leads to the slaughter of millions of animals each year.
When someone close to you dies — maybe a parent, a spouse or a sibling — it’s a big loss. Those around you might acknowledge that loss by showing up with food, checking in or maybe sending a card. But what about when a neighbor dies? Or that long-awaited family reunion is cancelled? There’s a chance others might not acknowledge or recognize it as a loss — and you may even feel guilty for even feeling this way.
The June 16 Geneva summit between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin is a chance for the two leaders to map out how they will manage a difficult relationship. Here’s what to know.
Demonstrators were gathered to protest the June 3 shooting death of Winston Boogie Smith Jr., a Black man, by U.S. Marshals in Minneapolis when a man plowed into a crowd Sunday night.