National security adviser: US preparing more Russia sanctions over Navalny poisoning and imprisonment
The Biden administration is preparing to impose additional sanctions on Russia over the poisoning of imprisoned opposition leader Alexey Navalny, national security adviser Jake Sullivan said Sunday.
Analysis: How this is the most unpredictable NYC mayoral race in 50 years
Poll of the week: A new WNBC/Telemundo 47/Politico/Marist College poll finds Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams leading the New York City Democratic mayoral primary 24% to Kathryn Garcia's 17%, Maya Wiley's 15%, and Andrew Yang's 13%. All other candidates are in single-digits.
First on CNN: Biden administration moves to make gender confirmation surgery available through Veteran Affairs health care system
Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough is moving to make gender confirmation surgery available to transgender veterans through Veterans Affairs health care coverage, according to a VA department spokesperson.
New York City's chaotic mayoral campaign is jolted by a late twist
The race to become New York City's 110th mayor began in a pandemic-enforced bubble, with the campaign playing out in drab Zoom forums, on social media and through the press, where email statements took the place of live exhortations to swells of supporters.
Analysis: How Trump turned Russia into a partisan issue
This week's high profile summit between President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin was markedly different from the meetings between Putin and Biden's predecessor, Donald Trump. The former President was largely seen as friendly toward Putin, while Biden is definitely not.
Analysis: Joe Biden wooed many on his tour of Europe. It'll take much more to fix the damage wrought by Trump
Joe Biden's first overseas trip as US President -- a whistle-stop diplomatic tour of Europe -- achieved its primary goal of signaling to America's closest friends that it was ready once more to lead the Western alliance.
Fed up with Congress, Democratic activists worried about state voter restrictions take matters into their own hands
The Republican brick wall blocking election overhaul legislation in the Senate is forcing Democratic activists to get creative. They're striking out on their own in key states, attempting to arm their voters with tools to circumvent scores of new state bills moving through GOP-controlled legislatures that will make it harder for many of their voters to vote.
Pentagon pulls missile defense, other systems from Saudi Arabia and other Middle East countries
The Pentagon is pulling missile defense systems and other military hardware and personnel from Saudi Arabia and other countries in the Middle East, according to a defense official, as it realigns its mission and forces to confront China and Russia.
US Catholic bishops advance communion document, setting up potential rebuke of Biden
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops on Friday proceeded with a plan that would deny communion to public figures who support abortion rights, setting up a potential public rebuke of President Joe Biden.
Donald Trump endorses Kelly Tshibaka for Senate in race against Lisa Murkowski
Former President Donald Trump endorsed Alaska GOP Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka on Friday, pledging to campaign against Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski, who voted to convict him of inciting the deadly insurrection at the Capitol on January 6.