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# Washington

This year
Biden roasts Trump at White House correspondents' dinner as Gaza protest takes place outside
Taoiseach speaks to President Biden on six Irish citizens who are stuck in Gaza
Paul Murphy: There should be no shamrock for 'Genocide Joe' over his stance on Israel
Paul Murphy
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.
Larry Donnelly: Make no mistake - Joe Biden is in deep trouble
Larry Donnelly
US strikes in Yemen after Houthis re-designated 'terrorist' entity
Last year
Donald Trump wants his election interference trial televised
US judge sets trial date of 4 March 2024 for Donald Trump federal case
Nine people, including two children, shot in Washington DC on Fourth of July holiday
Four dead in small plane crash in US state of Virginia that sparked an alert in the capital
Mike Pence testifies to US grand jury investigating Donald Trump and 6 January insurrection
Debunked: Video of bus driver collapsing predates Covid-19 and doesn't show vaccine effects
Niall Horan told he can 'come back anytime' by Biden as he rounds off White House Patrick's Day
White House says US has no intention of returning recovered balloon debris to China
All time
Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron vow united front against Russia during historic state visit
Washington Commanders end Philadelphia Eagles’ perfect run with 32-21 defeat
Vikings escape Washington upset bid while Bills fall to Jets
Biden appears to believe deceased politician is in audience at food conference
One dead and nine missing after seaplane crash near Seattle
Ex-police officer who stormed US Capitol sentenced to over seven years in prison
O’Neill to brief US politicians in Washington on need to restore Stormont
'We are incredulous': Family of Shireen Abu Akleh condemn result of US probe into her death
Larry Donnelly: Will the January 6th hearings, or anything else, help Democrats?
Larry Donnelly
January 6th rioters came within 40 feet of Mike Pence, committee hears
White House correspondents' dinner returns after two years
Nancy Pelosi tests positive for Covid-19
Trial of Islamic State 'Beatle' begins as defense claims mistaken identity
Taoiseach says Biden 'can't wait to come back to Ireland' but no date set for visit
Energy prices: Government moving to ease financial pressure but 'won't be able to do it all'
Commanders is new name of Washington's NFL team
'We are in a battle for the soul of America': Joe Biden marks one year since US Capitol riots
Last-minute interception secures third straight win for Washington
Garda Commissioner meets with US law enforcement agencies to discuss organised crime link-up
Taoiseach 'concerned' about Christmas delivery delays due to Brexit
Record breaking temperatures scorch US Pacific northwest for second consecutive day
El Chapo’s wife pleads guilty to drugs charges
Police officer dies after man drove a car into barricade at US Capitol in Washington DC
Security restrictions around US Capitol to be largely scaled back
Kim Jong Un’s sister criticises US and South Korea for holding military exercises
Brexit issues raised with influential group of US Congress members