Washington has invited 108 countries to attend the virtual conference this December. Who is in the club, and who is out?
The Bottom Line
Al Jazeera English gets to the bottom line on US politics and policies and how they affect the world. A weekly discussion show moderated by @SCClemons.
The New York Times exposed new details about a 12-minute bombing campaign by US forces that could be a war crime.
The Republican Party reaps the rewards as Biden’s approval ratings sink and Democrats wallow in internal squabbles.
In the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder, different communities have started to reshape their police forces.
President Biden promised to confront white supremacy but past notions on race persist – and flourish – among Americans.
The late US general was an inspiration for immigrants and Black Americans but his role in the Iraq War did great damage.
Governments and corporations say they are getting serious, but what’s real and what’s ‘greenwashing’?
Long-simmering conflicts between the progressive and centrist wings of the Democratic Party are boiling over.
Investigation finds the institution succumbed to pressure to knock some countries, boost others in its annual reports.
Afghanistan is bringing Ankara and Washington together after years of acrimony between the two NATO allies.
Anthropologist Wade Davis argues that racism and wealth disparity have eroded social solidarity among Americans.
Did al-Qaeda’s attack on the US on September 11, 2001, change the way Americans deal with the world – and each other?
The former director of the CDC talks about the Delta variant, booster shots and the world’s unvaccinated.
Critics of the hasty exit from Afghanistan warn about long-term implications for the United States and its partners.