Fomin said it would take through Feb. 9 to deploy weapons and personnel for the Allied Resolve 2022 drills, which are expected to take place Feb. 10-20.
The Chief Medical Advisor to the President made no direct investments in China, but bought into a U.S.-based mutual fund trading in China stock.
The GOP made significant strides in elections last year, including sweeping the top offices in Virginia.
Vociferous calls have been made to subpoena sitting members of Congress, and the would House panel investigating the capitol attack has a big decision to make.
A manhunt is underway for the suspect accused of stabbing and killing 24-year-old Brianna Kupfer, a UCLA graduate student, while she was working at a luxury furniture store in Hancock Park. Follow Newsweek's live blog for the latest.
The protestors who stood on the Capitol steps chanted phrases that included "go tell Sinema we shall not be moved."
The world, said China's leader, was now entering a new "period of turbulence and transformation."
A recent report from Israel suggests even a fourth dose might not stop people from getting infected with the COVID variant—but vaccines still help, data shows.
Prince Harry's lawsuit over a U.K. government decision to strip him of police protection is "outrageously out of touch," a reputation expert tells Newsweek.
Skygazers were treated to the first full moon of the year on Monday, and there's still a chance to see the bright orb.
As recently as 2020, U.K. intelligence investigated the man who took four people hostage in a synagogue, but he was still able to travel freely to the U.S.
Senators should remove the filibuster "as a blockade to justice and equality," King said, accusing Republicans of having "weaponized" the rule.
Over 1,200 students in the Oakland Unified School District signed a petition demanding the district move to remote learning or improve COVID-19 safety measures.
Previously, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the Biden administration is concerned the Kremlin is preparing for "widespread human rights violations."
The hulking asteroid, more than 3,300 feet across, will speed past Earth at around 45,000 miles per hour on Tuesday.
The world's top men's tennis player was deported from Australia for not being vaccinated against COVID-19, ending a long-running saga that made headlines.
"The Salt Lake Tribune" Editorial Board said the "civilized" thing to do would be to prohibit unvaccinated individuals from being allowed "anywhere."
The team, which has been looking into the mystery for six years, named Jewish businessman Arnold van den Bergh as the person who revealed where she was hiding.
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