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# United States

This month
May 2024
Gaza: 150,000 people have fled Rafah city as more evacuation orders issued by Israel
UN chief Antonio Guterres said that Gaza risks an “epic humanitarian disaster” if Israel launches a full-scale ground operation in Rafah.
Man dies after crashing vehicle into White House security barrier
Last month
April 2024
US says five Israeli military units committed abuses in West Bank before 7 October
Biden roasts Trump at White House correspondents' dinner as Gaza protest takes place outside
US Supreme Court hears arguments over Donald Trump's presidential immunity claim
United States sent long-range missiles to Ukraine in secret February supply delivery
A spokesperson for the US State Department said it did not share the information to protect operational security.
'Nothing short of a massacre': Oklahoma boy (10) woke to find parents and three brothers shot dead
US approves military aid packages of $61 billion for Ukraine and $13 billion for Israel
Hozier becomes fourth Irish artist ever to reach number one spot in US Billboard chart
'Thank you, America': Zelensky welcomes US House approval of Ukraine aid package
Jury selection begins at Trump's landmark hush-money trial in New York
Biden expecting Iran to attack Israel but warns it won't 'succeed', as IDF pounds Gaza
Iran 'threatening to launch significant attack on Israel', says Biden
Japanese astronaut to be first non-American to set foot on Moon
Pictures: Millions of people gather to watch solar eclipse sweep across North America
Millions in North America brace for total solar eclipse
NATO debates ways to keep weapons flowing to Ukraine if Trump returns to White House
Donald Trump posts €163 million bond to avoid the seizure of his assets
March
March 2024
Work starts to cut and lift first section of collapsed Baltimore bridge
US attempts to distance itself from Israel but decisive test to come over Rafah assault
Baltimore bridge collapse: Two bodies recovered in search for missing workers
Sonar scans indicate that the debris of the bridge has “encased” some of the missing vehicles which were on the crossing as it collapsed.
The US National Transportation Safety Board chairperson said interviews with crew members will begin later today.
Maryland Governor Wes Moore said this incident will have a "huge economic impact" on the US.
Six construction workers unaccounted for after Baltimore bridge hit by ship collapses
Two people had been rescued from the water so far, one of whom is in “a very serious condition”.
There are currently six construction workers who are unaccounted for.
Biden today said he would send "all the federal resources" needed to handle the incident.
Shipping company Synergy Marine Group confirmed that its ship 'Dali' struck a pillar of the bridge, but said all crew members have been accounted for.
Suspect barricades himself in a home with hostages after allegedly shooting 3 people dead in Philadelphia
State lawyer leaves US election interference case against Trump after having relations with DA
Paul Murphy: There should be no shamrock for 'Genocide Joe' over his stance on Israel
Paul Murphy
These massive ‘gorilla hailstones’ hit parts of the US today
No injuries or damage to homes has been reported as of this morning.
Three charged over supply of weapons used in Super Bowl parade shooting
Taoiseach will discuss Irish citizen stuck in Gaza with President Biden 'if there's time'
US lawmakers pass bill to ban TikTok nationwide if Chinese owners don't sell the app
Sinn Féin has placed ads in papers across the US - but there's a softer approach this year
The ads have been taken out by the party’s US fundraising arm Friends of Sinn Féin.
US Supreme Court sets date to hear Donald Trump's presidential immunity claim
Biden: 'There's a place for Nikki Haley supporters in my campaign'
Today Nikki Haley, Trump’s competitor for the Republican nomination, announced that she is suspending her presidential campaign.
US Supreme Court overrules decision to remove Donald Trump from Colorado ballot
Three GAA goalkeepers among players competing for NFL contracts in Indiana
Joe Biden says US to begin dropping aid into Gaza as fears of famine grow
February
February 2024
US Supreme Court to rule if Trump can be prosecuted in 2020 election interference case
Alec Baldwin set to stand trial over fatal film set shooting in July
McDonald travelling to New York for Irish Unity summit, says party fundraising not part of trip
Iran says it 'will not hesitate' to respond to US attack on its territory
2026 World Cup final set for New Jersey as Mexico City's Azteca Stadium hosts opener