Joe Biden is set to become the 46th president of the United States today (Jan.20). In Washington, DC, he is slated to take the oath of office just before 17:00 GMT which is when Donald Trump’s term as president ends.
A joint session of the United States Congress attempted to certify the Electoral College vote results and affirm the election of Joe Biden on Wednesday (Jan.
A post-Brexit trade deal worth £660 billion a year was agreed on Christmas eve, marking a new era after more than 40 years of UK membership of the European Union.
UK MPs voted on Tuesday (Dec.1) to approve Covid-19 regulations that implement three tiers of restrictions in England from Dec. 2 by 291 votes to 78, a majority of 21.
Nov. 3, 2020, was election day in the United States, and Americans across the country decide whether to pick Donald Trump or Joe Biden for president. In addition to voting for the president, Americans were also casting votes for Congressmen and women.
US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday night (Oct 7) he has declassified all documents related to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email "scandal" and the Russia "hoax" investigation.
President Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus has won a sixth term in office. The country's Central Election Commission (CEC) announced on Monday (Aug.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam said on Tuesday (May 26) that the new national security legislation China is planning to impose on the city is not against Hong Kong's Basic Law.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson returned to work on Monday (April 27) after recovering from a serious coronavirus infection that saw him admitted to intensive care.
The State Duma, Russia's lower house of parliament on Wednesday gave its definitive and overwhelming approval to constitutional changes that allow President Vladimir Putin to stand for re-election beyond 2024, something the current constitution forbids.