US Capitol attack ‘shaman’ sentenced to 41 months in prison – Times of India

Majority of the US House votes to censure Republican representative Paul Gosar for violent video; voting continues

Biden pushes electric vehicle chargers as energy costs spike

President Joe Biden is highlighting billions of dollars in his big new infrastructure deal to pay for the installation of electric vehicle chargers across the country

Rittenhouse lawyers ask judge to declare mistrial over video

Kyle Rittenhouse’s attorneys have asked the judge to declare a mistrial before the jury reaches a decision, saying the defence received an inferior copy of a key video from prosecutors

Companies bid $192 million in 1st Gulf oil sale under Biden

US-Canada border towns assess damage from devastating floods

Cops search 4 Colorado locations in election security probe

A law enforcement task force has conducted searches of four western Colorado locations amid an ongoing investigation into allegations an elections clerk was involved in a security breach of elections equipment this year.

O’Rourke raises $2M in first day of Texas governor campaign

Democrat Beto O’Rourke says he raised more than $2 million after announcing this week that he is running for Texas governor

US drug overdoses top 100,000 in pandemic year

US says Iran government behind ransomware attacks

Bannon pleads not guilty to Capitol riot probe charges

Former president Donald Trump advisor Steve Bannon entered a “not guilty” plea Wednesday after his arrest on charges of contempt of Congress for refusing to testify on the January 6 attack on the Capitol.

Biden likely to make decision on Fed chair before Thanksgiving: White House

US says Iran government behind ransomware attacks

NY prosecutor to exonerate two over Malcolm X murder

Two men convicted of the 1965 murder of civil rights leader Malcolm X are to have their convictions thrown out, the Manhattan district attorney’s office said Wednesday.

Prosecutors had asked US District Judge Royce Lamberth to impose a longer 51-month sentence on Jacob Chansley

Jacob Chansley had pleaded guilty to obstruction of an official proceeding after taking part in the storming of the US Senate chamber

US Capitol attack ‘shaman’ sentenced to 41 months in prison

Blinken is looking to boost thus-far unsuccessful US diplomatic efforts to resolve the deepening conflicts in Ethiopia and in Sudan and to counter growing insurgencies elsewhere, like Somalia.

Blinken hailed Kenya’s role in seeking to ease the conflict in Ethiopia and as an example of a vibrant, inclusive democracy despite challenges it has faced in its own recent elections.

Biden’s nominee for bank regulator faces hostile opposition

Eighty percent of Americans 12 and older have had at least one Covid-19 shot-White House