Haitian officials want US and UN forces to protect key infrastructure in the country in turmoil.
There are still many unanswered questions around the shooting of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse.
Asked if Moscow would face consequences for the series of hacks, Mr Biden replied: "Yes."
A top ethics expert slams the secrecy surrounding the auction of paintings by the president's son.
But European regulators say the benefits of Covid vaccines continue to far outweigh the risks.
The vortex of smoke and flame is one of the latest signs of extreme weather threatening the US West
Many in Lebanon are receiving just two hours of energy a day, as it grapples with an economic crisis.
Build-up to Sunday's Euro 2020 final between England and Italy at Wembley.
The former British boxer says his son was "loved and respected by all who knew him".
The executive order also includes measures on boosting competition in the health and travel sectors.
Ashleigh Barty says she "couldn't be more rapt" to play her first SW19 final on the 50th anniversary of her idol Evonne Goolagong Cawley's maiden win.
Residents share videos of water pouring into subway stations as Storm Elsa passes through the city.
Her family said she was "an intelligent, adventurous, confident, caring, young woman".
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