In 2018, Mr. Trump skipped a visit to a veterans cemetery further outside of Paris. In 2020, Mr. Trump denied a report in The Atlantic that he had mocked that cemetery as “filled with losers.” On Thursday, Ms. Harris will attend an Armistice Day ceremony with Mr. Macron and deliverContinue Reading

GLASGOW, Scotland — Prime Minister Boris Johnson rushed back to the United Nations’ climate summit on Wednesday in a last-ditch effort to persuade countries to make more meaningful pledges to curb global warming. But his splashy return to the global stage was all but eclipsed by a mushrooming scandal overContinue Reading

Poland has warned of a possible “armed” escalation on its border with Belarus. Additional troops were deployed after desperate crowds tried to cut through a barbed wire border fence. Poland, the European Union and NATO all say Belarus is orchestrating the problem, a claim contested by its controversial leader. PolandContinue Reading

Good morning. We’re covering China’s rewriting of history, the U.S. infrastructure vote and India’s weakening moral authority. Xi Jinping sets his legacy China’s top leader will most likely take center stage in a new official summation of Communist Party history. The document is likely to exalt Xi, 68, as aContinue Reading

A federal appeals panel in Louisiana has temporarily blocked the Biden administration’s new safety regulations directing businesses with more than 100 workers to require their employees to get vaccinations against the coronavirus by early January. The three-judge panel from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit granted aContinue Reading

A federal appeals panel in in Lousiana has temporarily blocked the Biden administration’s new safety regulations directing businesses with more than 100 workers to require their employees to get vaccinations against the coronavirus by early January. The three-judge panel from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, grantedContinue Reading

WASHINGTON — A White House aide who traveled with President Biden to Scotland tested positive for the coronavirus this week and remains in quarantine abroad, according to an administration official who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe a medical issue. The aide tested positive on Tuesday after takingContinue Reading

According to US media forecasts, Republican Glenn Youngkin was elected the next governor of Virginia in a big surprise. He was 2.1 points ahead of Democrat Terry McAuliffe with 99% of the votes counted. Mr McAuliffe, who served as governor from 2014-18, has seen his polling top wane in recentContinue Reading

The United States vowed at the Glasgow summit to start providing $3 billion each year, by 2024, to help developing countries adapt to climate change. The Biden administration called it “the largest U.S. commitment ever made to reduce climate impacts on those most vulnerable” worldwide, assuming that Mr. Biden canContinue Reading

GLASGOW — World leaders opened a pivotal climate summit in Scotland on Monday with apocalyptic warnings about the scarce time left to avert catastrophic global warming, yet offered few new commitments to more aggressively cut greenhouse gas emissions. The gathering, called in the hope that the world could at lastContinue Reading