President Joe Biden on Saturday signed into law the first major federal gun reform in three decades, days following a decision he condemned by the Supreme Court expanding firearm owners' rights.

"God willing, it's going to save a lot of lives," Biden announced at the White House after signing the bill with his wife Jill by his side.

The bipartisan bill came together only weeks after mass shootings in Uvalde and Buffalo that slew over 30 people, including 19 children at an elementary school.

Last week, on June 23, a United States government agency under the name Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, better known as the Helsinki Commission, held a Congressional briefing titled “Decolonizing Russia”.

Earlier, sources told Western media that the United States was planning to deliver medium- and long-range anti-air missile systems to Kiev. Moscow has repeatedly warned of the dangers of the billions of dollars-worth of Western military equipment flowing to Ukraine ending up on the international arms black market.

Washington has not informed Moscow on any plans to deliver long-range anti-air missile systems to Ukraine, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has said.

US President Joe Biden will announce an increase in tariffs on 570 groups of Russian goods worth $2.3 billion, the White House said on Monday.

According to Washington, over a few months, US exports to Russia have decreased approximately by 97%, while Russia’s imports of goods from across the world could fall by 40%.

The United States is likely to announce this week the purchase of an advanced medium to long range surface-to-air missile defense system for Ukraine, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Sunday.

Washington is also expected to announce other security assistance for Ukraine, including additional artillery ammunition and counter-battery radars to address needs expressed by the Ukrainian military, the source added.

The weaponry is the latest assistance to be offered to Ukraine by the United States since Russia invaded its eastern European neighbor in February.

This week, President Joe Biden is traveling to Europe for meetings with NATO and Group of Seven (G7) leaders. The White House has plans to use the summits to increase Western pressure on China.

Appearing on Fox News’ “Hannity,” Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) called out the Biden administration for not condemning the ongoing illegal protests outside of the homes of conservative Supreme Court justices brought on by an impending abortion ruling that will likely overturn Roe v. Wade.

A recent headline from FiveThirtyEight asks: “How unpopular is Joe Biden?” The numbers show him with staggeringly low popularity, well below any President since tracking began in 1945.

The polling group, in a simplistic explanation, uses weighted averages from every national presidential poll to arrive at their numbers.

President Biden started his administration with a 53.9 percent approval rating and a 35.1 percent disapproval rating, according to the outfit.

Democrat senators sent a letter to Joe Biden on Saturday night urging him to use the “full force of the federal government” to stop states from banning and restricting abortions.

The letter was signed by 33 lawmakers, including Senators Kirsten Gillibrand, Richard Blumenthal, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Tim Kaine, Chris Murphy and “independent” Bernie Sanders.