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Facebook challenged over Instagram's mental health impact on kids
US Senators accused Facebook of hiding research that showed Instagram was harming teenagers. The company says it takes safety "very seriously".
Could cryptocurrency derail Joe Biden's flagship infrastructure bill?
Joe Biden's bipartisan infrastructure plan has stalled after a disagreement over how to regulate and tax crypto in the US.
US Senate approves $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill
Not a single Republican voted in favour of the massive rescue package, highlighting the bitter partisan divisions that have characterized the early days of the Biden presidency.
Security chiefs blame bad intelligence over US Capitol insurrection
The former Capitol police chief and federal agencies blame each other for their failure to stop supporters of ex-President Trump from storming the building on January 6.
Biden ponders 'fragile' democracy after Trump impeachment acquittal
Euronews looks into all the key reactions after Donald Trump was acquitted at the Senate impeachment trial for inciting violence at the US Capitol.
Donald Trump acquitted in Senate impeachment trial after Democrats fail to secure enough votes
Donald Trump acquitted in Senate impeachment trial after Democrats fail to secure enough votes on single charge of incitement to insurrection.
US Impeachment Capitol Security Video
US Impeachment Capitol Security Video
Trump rejects Democrats' request to testify at impeachment trial
Democrats will look to use his refusal to testify against him over their charge that the defeated president incited a violent mob to storm the Capitol.
What does a Democrat-run Senate mean for the Biden administration?
From cabinet appointments to coronavirus legislation, Biden's ability to enact his agenda hinged on the outcome of Georgia's two Senate run-offs.
US Democrats gain control of Senate with two runoff wins in Georgia
Democrats won both Georgia Senate seats, and with them, the US Senate majority.
President Trump repeats false claims before US Senate vote in Georgia
United States President Donald Trump has been accused of undermining the electoral process in Georgia by sharing and amplifying false claims.
Trump and Biden campaign in Georgia ahead of high stakes runoff
The US president and president-elect campaigned in Georgia before two Senate runoff elections that will determine what party leads the chamber.
Trump could face criminal charges over demands on Georgia official
A leaked telephone conversation has led to allegations that the U.S. president violated electoral law.
Vote over Trump's call to increase COVID-19 relief checks is blocked
The US president said relief checks for millions of Americans should be increased - but Republicans blocked such a vote in the Senate.
US House vote to override Donald Trump's defence bill veto
If the Senate votes along a similar line to the House, this could mark the first veto override of Donald Trump's presidency.
Georgia Senate race goes to runoff after Republican drops below 50%
Senator David Perdue and Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff will have a runoff election in January in a crucial Senate race that could determine which party wins the majority.
CEOs of Facebook, Google and Twitter grilled on content moderation
The leaders of US tech giants faced strong criticism from US senators on Wednesday over the way they moderate content on their platforms.
Republican-led Senate panel advances Trump Supreme Court nominee
Republicans in the US Senate advanced Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination. Now she faces a vote in the full Senate.
Biden urges Senators to follow their conscience on US Supreme Court Justice
The ideological balance of the nine-member court is crucial to its rulings on the most important issues in US law..
McConnell will keep trying to limit abortion until voters end the GOP's majority ǀ View
Yes, you read that right: The GOP wanted to jail doctors who perform abortions. The bills, if they had become law, would have allowed judges to sentence doctors to up to five years in prison. Yes, this is happening in the United States. Yes, you should be outraged.
The Senate finally found its spine when it came to limiting Trump's war powers ǀ View
Thursday's vote to require the president to consult with Congress before further engaging in military actions against Iran was a welcome first step in the legislative branch's acceptance of its constitutional responsibilities.
Donald Trump fires a second senior official who testified against him
Gordon Sondland, the US ambassador to the EU, was ousted hours after Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman who'd worked as a Ukraine expert at the White House.
Donald Trump acquitted in Senate impeachment trial
The vote in the US Senate fell largely along partisan lines between Democrats and Republicans.
Trump impeachment trial to wind down after Senate blocks witnesses
The decision to block witnesses was a blow for Democrats who believe National Security Advisor John Bolton has incriminating evidence against Donald Trump.
Trump impeachment: Democrats dealt major blow in witness battle
Democrats needed four Republican senators to side with them in a vote to call more witnesses in the impeachment trial against President Donald Trump.
Securing John Bolton's impeachment testimony is only half the battle for Democrats ǀ View
The Senate majority leader is likely to insist on Clinton-era rules limiting Democrats to a one-day deposition. Here's why no one should let that happen.