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Thursday, Feb. 15, 2024 -- If Sen. Ted Budd genuinely wanted to stand up for America, he'd make sure the nation kept its commitments and stood with our allies and those struggling to protect their borders and freedoms against totalitarian aggressors.
Monday, Feb. 12, 2024 -- To what degree do Republicans stand for the United States' integrity as a signer of the NATO alliance treaty, our nation's critical role in support of sovereignty in Europe and back our allies -- or are subservient to the whims and dictates of Donald Trump?
A look at how North Carolina members of Congress voted during the previous week.
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President Biden met with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky today... as part of his trip to Lithuania. NATO just committed to creating a path for Ukraine to join the alliance, but they did not give a timeline.
VILNIUS, Lithuania — Turkey agreed on Monday to clear the way for Sweden to join NATO, a sudden reversal that allows the alliance to project an image of unity and expansion on the eve of a critical summit intended to prepare for what could be a long war to repel Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
David E. Sanger, Steven Erlanger, Ben Hubbard and Lara Jakes, New York Times
A look at how North Carolina members of Congress voted over the previous week.
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Along with the week's roll call votes, the Senate also passed the Formula Act (H.R. 8351), to suspend, temporarily, rates of duty on imports of certain infant formula products.
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Russia on Thursday warned that Finland's potential membership in NATO was a threat and said that it was prepared to "balance the situation," characterizing any steps it takes in response as a necessary reaction forced on it by the alliance's continued expansion.
Ivan Nechepurenko, New York Times
Cpl. Jacob M. Moore, 24, of Catlettsburg, Kentucky, was one of four Marines killed while training in Norway last week.
President Joe Biden and his fellow world leaders hope to finalize and unveil a package of new measures to punish Russia, help Ukraine and demonstrate Western unity at a string of emergency summits in Europe this week.
By Kevin Liptak, CNN
On March 15, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala and Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa traveled to Kyiv by train.
Kyiv is preparing for a tough battle with the Russian troops as Moscow's advance reached the outskirts of the city on Friday. This as President Biden met with members of NATO in a virtual summit to discuss the situation in Ukraine and possibly more sanctions against Russia.
Under fire over the plight of Afghans and Americans trying to flee Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, President Joe Biden has defended the U.S. military's withdrawal and pushed back against assertions that U.S. credibility is damaged.
Miriam Valverde, PolitiFact reporter
NBC News provides a special report and analysis as President Joe Biden holds a news conference at the NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium.
For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began more than a year ago, paratroopers from Fort Bragg are in Europe taking part in NATO training exercises.
Gilbert Baez, WRAL Fayetteville reporter
The US is to withdraw nearly 12,000 troops from Germany in a move that has attracted bipartisan congressional opposition and roiled key allies who see the move as a blow to NATO.
By Ryan Browne, CNN
If there are two things that "Saturday Night Live" loves, it's geopolitics and celebrity cameos and it got to indulge both of these infatuations in this weekend's opening sketch, set within the socially ruthless confines of the NATO cafeteria.
Dave Itzkoff, New York Times
After President Donald Trump called him "two-faced," Canada's Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, admitted Wednesday that he and other world leaders were talking about the US President when they were caught on camera at a Buckingham Palace event the night before.
By Maegan Vazquez, CNN
The House Intelligence Committee is putting the final touches on its report before handing off to the Judiciary Committee, which will consider formal articles of impeachment.
Saturday, Dec. 22, 2018 -- "Our strength as a nation is inextricably linked to the strength of our unique and comprehensive system of alliances and partnerships. While the US remains the indispensable nation in the free world, we cannot protect our interests or serve that role effectively without maintaining strong alliances and showing respect to those allies."
LONDON -- President Donald Trump on Friday tried to repair the diplomatic damage he caused with an explosive interview blasting his host, Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain, by praising her leadership and calling their two countries' relationship "the highest level of special," even as he continued to publicly question her decisions.
Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Stephen Castle, New York Times
Thousands of Londoners took to the streets Friday to protest the presence of American President Donald Trump.