Joe Biden
President Joe Biden signs an executive order related to American manufacturing in the South Court Auditorium of the White House complex on January 25, 2021 in Washington, DC. President Biden signed an executive order aimed at boosting American manufacturing and strengthening the federal government's Buy American rules. Drew Angerer/Getty Images/AFP
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As he calls for ‘Made in America,’ Biden prefers Swiss-made Rolex

WASHINGTON, Jan 26, 2021 (AFP) - Americans tend to notice everything about an incoming president at their inauguration, and thus Joe Biden's choice to wear a $7,000 Rolex watch on
Impeachment managers
WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 25: (R-L) impeachment managers Representatives Jamie Raskin (D-MD), Diana DeGette (D-CO), David Cicilline (D-RI), Joaquin Castro (D-TX), Eric Swalwell (D-CA), Ted Lieu (D-CA), Stacey Plaskett (D-US Virgin Islands AT-Large), Joe Neguse (D-CO), and Madeleine Dean (D-PA) walk to deliver the article of impeachment to the Senate on Capitol Hill on January 25, 2021 in Washington DC. The House is impeaching Donald Trump for the second time, with the article of impeachment alleging an incitement of insurrection. The Senate has scheduled to begin the trial of the former president on February 8th. Melina Mara-Pool/Getty Images/AFP
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House sends Trump impeachment article to Senate, triggering trial

WASHINGTON, Jan 26, 2021 (AFP) - The US House of Representatives presented a single article of impeachment to the Senate on Monday accusing Donald Trump of inciting the storming of
Newspapers
A worker controls the printing quality of newspapers at the Clarin printing plant in Buenos Aires, Argentina on January 13, 2021. The main Latin American newspapers, affected financially by the migration of readers and announcers to internet, are betting on payed subscription modes to access their digital contents. Emiliano Lasalvia / AFP
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Latin American newspapers bet on digital subscriptions

MEXICO CITY, Jan 26, 2021 (AFP) - Facing a major slump in printed newspaper sales and advertising revenue, Latin America's press is fighting for survival -- and increasingly betting on