Trump probe unveils ‘significant new evidence’ of possible fraud

Letitia James asks judge to order former president and two of his adult children to testify under oath

Blinken to visit Ukraine and Germany after Russia talks end in stalemate

The Biden administration is working with allies to dissuade Russia from a potential invasion of Ukraine

AT&T and Verizon to delay 5G deployment near airports after aviation outcry

Airlines had urged US regulators to step in over fears signals could interfere with instruments

Washington is scrutinising Alibaba’s cloud unit, say sources

Office set up during the Trump era said to be assessing the risk to US national security

Canada approves Pfizer’s Covid-19 pill but global shortages impede supply

Anti-viral pill Paxlovid approval comes amid rising infections due the Omicron variant

Supply-chain issues add to woes of small US businesses

Periodic staffing shortages and fewer customers also hurt small firms amid Omicron wave

US talks to energy firms in event of Russia-Ukraine conflict

State department makes contingency plans in case supply is disrupted

FBI identifies Texas hostage taker as British citizen

FBI names Malik Faisal Akram as the man who took four people hostage for 10 hours in the US

Tsunami observed in American Samoa after Tonga volcano erupts

The eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai underwater volcano caused a 1.2 metre tsunami

Biden team to open orders for home Covid-19 tests

Each US household that asks for tests via, or by phone, will receive four kits

US firms may have to decide on mandating Covid-19 vaccines to keep factories open

Companies may have the decision forced upon them by surging Covid-19 infection rates that have sent absenteeism soaring at plants, hospitals and other ...

Confusing Covid-19 school rules leave US parents frustrated

Across the United States, schools are following protocols that vary from state to state and even city to city

Robert F Kennedy’s assassin denied parole

California governor says Sirhan Sirhan’s refusal to take responsibility for shooting is proof he was ineligible for release

Lael Brainard says Fed won’t tell lenders to avoid fossil fuel companies

Brainard clarifies views at  confirmation hearing for Fed vice-chair

US Supreme Court halts Biden vaccine policy for large businesses

Ruling blocks federal workplace safety agency rule affecting more than 80-million employees, but allows  vaccine requirement for healthcare workers

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