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Allies of the opposition leader say they’ll take to the streets despite police warnings that unsanctioned public events will be ‘immediately suppressed’.
The news comes days before the expiration of the last nuclear reduction treaty between the two powers.
US House speaker Pelosi said earlier that she would ‘soon’ take steps to launch the trial against the former president.
The aftershocks of Trump’s presidency, however, are likely to continue to disrupt Biden’s administration for months to come.
The obstruction efforts, led by Trump appointees, will hobble the new administration on key national security matters, officials say.
The presidential tradition was started by Ronald Reagan; Obama’s note to Trump urged him to ensure the ‘instruments of our democracy at least as strong as we found them’.
House speaker has repeatedly decried Donald Trump’s role in inciting violent insurrection on January 6 that claimed the lives of five people.
There is a heightened urgency to Joe Biden’s inaugural speech, as he confronts multiple crises and seeks to bridge a deep political divide.
‘The mob was fed lies,’ the Senate majority leader says in his strongest condemnation yet of the president’s actions ahead of the coming impeachment trial.
The move may help reassure China watchers concerned that Lloyd Austin, Biden’s pick for defence chief, does not have enough experience in Indo-Pacific affairs.
Riley June Williams, who appears to be on the run, was seen near the House Speaker’s office in footage of the US Capitol attack.
The riot at the US Capitol building last week has officials from airports, airlines, transit agencies, Amtrak and more preparing for a repeat.
DOJ’s inspector general, Michael Horowitz, said the investigation will examine the intelligence the department had preceding the deadly riots.
The confirmation of the US president-elect’s permanent nominee, retired general Lloyd Austin, has been delayed.
The impeachment trial could be slow, which is bad news for Joe Biden’s first 100 days. But there is a way to speed up proceedings.
Liz Cheney, the No 3 House Republican, says she will vote to impeach the president, joining a growing number of voices from Trump’s own party.
The trio had been in a room with Republican colleagues who refused to wear masks while sheltering during the siege by Trump supporters.
The president withdrew Chad Wolf’s nomination to head the DHS in a permanent capacity last week after the acting secretary condemned the Capitol attack.
Most Democrats would vote to remove Trump from office, but there are concerns an impeachment trial would hamstring the first critical weeks of Joe Biden’s presidency.
After more than 1,400 days of trying to placate and handle US President Donald Trump, the tech industry is taking on the Trump machine.
The president has used Twitter to punish perceived disloyalty within his party. Now he’s lost his favourite tool at a defining moment
Richard Barnett was arrested in Little Rock on federal charges including unlawful entry into a restricted area, FBI officials said.
Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund will resign effective January 16, before Joe Biden‘s Inauguration, according to a police spokesperson
The vice-president’s appearance at the event would show support for the peaceful transition of power after Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol.
The Rhode Island governor had impressed the president-elect‘s team when she was under consideration to be his running mate.
As America’s Trump years come to an end, there is only one pop culture figure for it: Donald Trump himself. Here are some others worth remembering.
Within hours of Donald Trump speaking to a throng of supporters in front of the White House, the US Capitol building was being overrun. Here’s how it happened.
The uprising at the Capitol followed two months of provocation from President Trump who has called into doubt the result of November’s election, which he lost.
The top lobbying group for US factories suggested that the VP could invoke the 25th Amendment to remove the president from office.
Jon Ossoff’s victory has huge implications for Joe Biden’s presidency, as he no longer has to navigate a Republican majority in the chamber.