“I issued a pardon that caused bewilderment and unrest for many people,” Katalin Novák said on Saturday. “I made a mistake.”
Syed's confirmation ends more than two years of delays after a blockade by Republicans in the last Congress.
Peru’s new government has imposed a police state amid violent protests following the ouster of President Pedro Castillo.
The new Biden administration commitment brings U.S. humanitarian assistance for Afghanistan to more than $780 million since the chaotic ending of the 20-year-old war in August.
Pierre Girgis is accused of sharing information with American law enforcement officials about political opponents of President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi.
The rapid developments over the past week are a reminder that even the most disciplined administration can only control so much.
After three previous inconclusive elections, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had been hoping for a decisive victory.
Postal executives say the proposed plan is intended to cut costs and modernize the agency’s operations.
The American Rescue Plan will surely transform American lives. Will it also transform American politics?
The president predicted Americans could safely gather at least in small groups for July Fourth to “make this Independence Day truly special.”