President Joe Biden takes steps to address shortage of infant formula, invoking Defense Production Act to help manufacturers obtain ingredients needed to ramp up supply and greenlight import from overseas.
Group of 80 jurists and legal researchers appeal to UN special rapporteur to visit Brazil and report ongoing attacks on Supreme Court and Superior Electoral Court, which oversees elections.
Sweden and Finland seeking NATO seats should offer "guarantees" they will stop backing terrorists targeting Türkiye, FM Mevlut Cavusoglu says while hailing "positive" talks with US over sale of F-16 fighter jets.
"Our intelligence does reflect the genuine possibility" of nuclear-capable missile tests or a nuclear weapon test around the time of US President Biden's trip, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan says.
A top advisor to US President Joe Biden says Washington will help address Türkiye's objections to Finland and Sweden's membership bids, after Ankara criticised the countries for supporting terror groups.
Thomas Lane pleads guilty to a state charge of aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter in the killing of George Floyd, a week before the two-year anniversary of the case.
Higher energy prices and inflation amidst an ongoing conflict in Europe is likely to result in a recession, warns the US treasury secretary.
The deal stipulates that players from both teams "pool and share" the otherwise unequal prize money paid by FIFA for participation in their respective World Cups.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, who is on a US tour, said a meeting at the level of presidents could take place this year.
Justice Department report shows weapon makers produced over 139 million guns for the commercial market since 2000, as gun violence surges in the country.
Pentagon is committed to determining the origins of what it calls "unidentified aerial phenomena" or UFOs, senior intelligence officials tell lawmakers, but acknowledge many remain beyond the government's ability to explain.
Biden administration authorises US oil company Chevron to open talks with Maduro's government, temporarily lifting a ban on such discussions, senior administration officials say.
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