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Biden's challenge: Will he ever satisfy the media's appetite for questions about his ability?

Biden's challenge: Will he ever satisfy the media's appetite for questions about his ability?

NEW YORK (AP) — Toward the end of his closely watched news conference Thursday night on the sidelines of the NATO summit, President Joe Biden was talking about being examined by doctors for his mental acuity.
Biden says during news conference he's going to 'complete the job' despite calls to bow out

Biden says during news conference he's going to 'complete the job' despite calls to bow out

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden used his closely watched news conference Thursday to deliver a forceful defense of his foreign and domestic policies and batted away questions about his ability to serve another four years, declaring: “I’m not in
AFN, Ottawa finalize 10-year, $47.8-billion deal on child welfare reform

AFN, Ottawa finalize 10-year, $47.8-billion deal on child welfare reform

MONTREAL — The Assembly of First Nations finalized a deal with Ottawa late Wednesday night that will see the federal government spend $47.8 billion to reform child welfare programs over the next 10 years.
Trudeau says Canada expects to hit NATO defence spending target in 2032

Trudeau says Canada expects to hit NATO defence spending target in 2032

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada "fully expects" to hit NATO's defence spending target in 2032.
Trump lawyers press judge to overturn hush money conviction after Supreme Court immunity ruling

Trump lawyers press judge to overturn hush money conviction after Supreme Court immunity ruling

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump’s lawyers are imploring a New York judge to overturn his hush money conviction and dismiss the case, arguing his historic trial was “tainted” by evidence that shouldn't have been allowed because of the Supreme Court’s rec
Arizona abortion initiative backers sue to remove 'unborn human being' from voter pamphlet language

Arizona abortion initiative backers sue to remove 'unborn human being' from voter pamphlet language

PHOENIX (AP) — Backers of a November abortion rights ballot initiative have sued a GOP-led legislative committee that seeks to include proposed language for the voter pamphlet referring to a fetus as an "unborn human being.
US would keep more hydropower under agreement with Canada on treaty governing Columbia River

US would keep more hydropower under agreement with Canada on treaty governing Columbia River

SEATTLE (AP) — The U.S.
Rep. Bob Good files for recount in Virginia GOP congressional primary

Rep. Bob Good files for recount in Virginia GOP congressional primary

U.S. Rep. Bob Good, R-Va., one of Congress' most conservative members, filed a petition Thursday for a recount after state election officials say he narrowly lost a primary last month to a challenger backed by former President Donald Trump.
Mississippi election officials argue against quick work on drawing new majority-Black districts

Mississippi election officials argue against quick work on drawing new majority-Black districts

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Redrawing some Mississippi legislative districts in time for this November's election is impossible because of tight deadlines to prepare ballots, state officials say in new court papers.
Canada, U.S. governments reach in-principle agreement to update Columbia River Treaty

Canada, U.S. governments reach in-principle agreement to update Columbia River Treaty

WASHINGTON, D. C. — The Canadian and U.S. governments have reached a deal on how to modernize the Columbia River Treaty, the decades-old agreement that regulates the waterway that flows from southeastern British Columbia into Washington state.