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Allies send signal to Beijing with plan to build nuclear-powered submarines for Canberra
Bill to allow US government to negotiate lower medicine prices for elderly people fails to advance
Not all climate solutions rely on innovation.
Experts track ‘interesting activity’ at North Korean submarine site as Pyongyang fires missiles
Lawmakers water down proposals targeting wealthy amid fears of backlash
US president proposed face-to-face meeting in call last week but Chinese leader did not respond
Biden visits US state to boost fellow Democrat who faces 46 challengers on Tuesday’s ballot
Lawmakers scale back president’s proposed levies to pay for expansion of social safety net
Presidents past and present commemorate anniversary of terrorist attacks at time of political polarisation
Companies will have to ensure that employees are jabbed or have regular tests
President accuses opponents of being ‘cavalier’ about children’s health after backlash
US and Chinese presidents speak for first time since February after unproductive talks between lower-level officials
Administration says employees at larger corporations must take jab or regular tests
He might not be a saviour but those proclaiming his presidency a failure have short memories
White House requests new spending and calls on lawmakers to avoid government shutdown
Intervention overseas is too ingrained in Washington for presidents to resist for long
More than 7.5m Americans this week lose $300 a week in top-up payments amid resurgence of virus
Focusing on GDP and physical infrastructure is futile without real-life benefits for people living in left-behind towns
Rising party divisions, poor job numbers and flagging popularity threaten president’s agenda
The chaotic departure from Afghanistan signals a desire for a more restrained exercise of military power
US president attacks ruling enabling state to enact ban on procedures after roughly six weeks
Joe Biden has declared the end of America’s efforts at nation building, but the world is no safer for his retreat
The limits to American geopolitical reach now on show in Afghanistan could yet lead to new ways of wielding power
US president seeks to reassure Ukraine’s leader over concerns of Kremlin thaw in White House