U.S. and Kurdish authorities condemned the Iranian attacks on Kurdish dissidents but were quiet on Turkey's strikes on Kurdish militants.
The Pentagon announced a security assistance package on Wednesday that includes funding for 18 of the U.S.-made High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems.
Neither party can reliably say they will sweep all three congressional races, but Democrats feel confident they can win 2 of the 3.
Rising mortgage rates will make things harder for potential home buyers, already struggling with rocketing house prices, high demand, inflation and lack of supply.
Teens coming of age in the pandemic era are shunning college in record numbers. Many aren't working, either. The future looks rough.
Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida on Wednesday afternoon as a Category 4 storm, after tearing through the Caribbean and knocking out power across Cuba. Follow for the latest.
The body of the missing ski mountaineer was spotted on the south face of Mt Manaslu on Wednesday morning.
The race for the vacant U.S. Senate seat in Ohio is one of the closest in the upcoming midterm elections.
Author Kash Patel also admitted to signing the QAnon slogan "Where we go one, we go all" in 10 copies of his children's book.
China is likely to be cautious in its public statements about the right of Ukraine's nominally pro-Russian regions to decide their own future.
Mortgage interest rates have exceeded 7 percent, reaching highs last seen over 20 years ago and sparking new fears about mortgage affordability in the U.S.
Maricopa County Attorney Rachel Mitchell said she would "not re-victimize survivors of rape, incest or molestation."
Dong Yaoqiong had splashed a poster of Chinese leader Xi Jinping with black ink in 2018.
The ministry said the measures are a response to increasing production costs as a result of sanctions imposed after the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The main ways that bodies can be identified is using facial recognition, fingerprints, dental records, and DNA identification.
It is estimated that over Over 70 million adults in the U.S. are obese, with related medical costs amounting to $147 billion annually.
The message from the SS Mesaba never reached the Titanic's captain. Six years later, the merchant vessel was torpedoed by a German U-boat.
Princeton scientists believe they have found out why plasma collapses—potentially providing another step towards limitless clean energy.
Johnny Burtka, president and CEO of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, joins Josh to discuss what we should think of as genuine conservatism, as well as the ascendant national conservatism movement and what that entails for political economy.
The hurricane is expected to make landfall in Florida on Wednesday as residents prepare for potential 130mph winds.
Analysts expect health care costs to be $590 billion higher by 2027 than the projected $5.8 trillion, causing concern for the affordability for patients.
Nord Stream 2 has never become operational because the German government refused to certify it before Russia invaded Ukraine.
"Our steps to defend the Fatherland will be firm and resolute," said Anatoly Antonov.
Maggie Haberman's new book details how the former president asked his then Defense Secretary Mark Esper whether the U.S. could "bomb the labs" in Mexico.
The hacking was allegedly carried out by the NSA to collect data on sensitive individuals at the university.
"I have to say a huge fat thank you and a huge shout out to all the fans that basically made [Hocus Pocus 2] happen," Bette Midler tells Newsweek's Parting Shot. "If it hadn't been for them, we never would have been given the green light to do it."
The pair spoke on Tuesday night on the eve the powerful storm is expected to make landfall in Florida.