White House national-security adviser Jake Sullivan refused to define the U.S. relationship with the Taliban as adversarial.
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The legislation now goes to the desk of Republican Governor Greg Abbott, who is expected to sign the bill after lobbying for it for many months.
The planes will transport thousands of Afghans arriving at U.S. bases in Bahrain, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates.
Secretary of State Blinken: Terror Threat in Afghanistan Has ‘Vastly Diminished’ since U.S. Invasion
His comments came after President Biden drew criticism for falsely claiming that al Qaeda no longer has a presence in the country.
Editor-in-Chief Nathan J. Robinson allegedly fired much of the Current Affairs staff in order to preserve his control over the magazine.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and officials in the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control directed the account suspensions.
White House Says Florida School Officials Penalized over Mask-Mandate Ban Could Be Federally Reimbursed
The Biden administration sent a letter to Republican governor Ron DeSantis warning of the potential policy.
The guidelines come after the Biden administration released a 2021 budget proposal that used the phase ‘birthing people’ in lieu of ‘mothers.
The justices struck a section that prohibited eviction of tenants who claimed monetary constraints caused by the pandemic as justification for not paying.
The Loudoun County School Board approved a measure 7–2 Wednesday that would allow transgender athletes to compete in women’s sports, among other items.
Abbott’s announcement comes after he threatened to impose financial penalties on local officials who enforce new mask mandates in defiance of his order.
The document specified that Republicans would also refuse to suspend the debt ceiling through an alternative mechanism such as a stand-alone vote.
Police enforcement of the orders by state officials could only bring arrested Democrats back to the legislature for session.
Candace Owens’s ‘Blackout’ was accidentally featured in lieu of a social-justice-oriented book with the same title by Dhonielle Clayton and other authors.
The comments further conflict with any suggestion that the two bills might be considered on separate tracks, as some Republican negotiators had hoped.
‘I do not think it was right of the speaker to decide which Republicans should be on the committee,’ the moderate Republican from Maine said.