Ukrainian troops shelled Russian targets with brand new M777 howitzers donated by the U.S. with the message "From America with Love."
The Canadian prime minister told reporters that the subject of "constitutional change" was not a preoccupation among citizens as anti-monarchist sentiment grows.
People familiar with the investigation told The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday that the catastrophic plane crash in March was likely intentional.
Some of the messages Trump wrote on Truth were being shared on Twitter by Harrington, defying the rule that banned users shouldn't circumvent restrictions by using other people's profiles.
A video of a California woman yelling at a Black man has gone viral after she told him to "do some African-American fishing."
Nicole and Eileen head to the deserts of California to try out three new models on- and off-road, and just so happen to find some dessert along the way.
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The former president's record remains impressive, but his backing was not enough to catapult some candidates over the line—including Rep. Madison Cawthorn.
The ruling was made by a Kansas judge appointed by Donald Trump and also blocks a district rule barring faculty from outing trans students to their families.
Laura Loomer, a far-right political activist who is running in a congressional GOP primary in Florida, said the new law violates the First Amendment.
Jordan said that the 1/6 committee had "altered evidence" and "lied to the country," while declining to say whether he would comply with the committee's subpoena.
The simulation, dubbed "Chariots of Fire," is reportedly the largest military drill in Israel's history.
The World Health Organization has confirmed that North Korea is one of only two nations in the world that has not begun a COVID-19 vaccination campaign.
The fast-food chain announced this week that it will sell its 850 restaurants in Russia due to the ongoing war in Ukraine.
The third-ranking House Republican has come under fire following Saturday's deadly mass shooting in her home state of New York.
China's central immigration authority has denied reports that passports were being "clipped" and green cards confiscated in order to curtail travel.
Representative Kurt Schrader could be facing defeat in a tough primary for the redrawn 5th district.
The Democrat defended tweeting about his young child and said that "we have a gun problem in America."
Senator Rand Paul had already single-handedly delayed passage of the aid package last week.
Royal biographer Andrew Morton has revealed that when the queen was a child she had the pockets of her clothes sewn up to prevent her putting her hands in them
Josh Hammer looks into the real-time failures of an incompetent president who has the world teetering on the brink of war, the economy in shambles, and families unable to provide basic nutrition for newborns. Then we talk with Lisa Boothe, Fox News contributor and host of "The Truth with Lisa Boothe," about the free state of Florida, two years of COVID dystopia, and this fall's midterm elections.
While Japan has faced increasingly larger competition from the likes of China, South Korea and Southeast Asia in recent decades, many Japanese SME manufacturers have maintained large global market shares in B2B markets and niche fields characterized by high-mix, low-volume production. Working behind the scenes by supplying high-quality parts, materials and machinery, these niche companies are the so-called 'hidden champions' of Japanese manufacturing.
The former president has picked six candidates across three states who are not the incumbents.
The House speaker said during a news conference Tuesday that "when all of this is done," she thinks "there might be a need for indictment."
"From what I've heard, she's worse than any Democrat" on the House's committee conducting the probe, the former president said.
"The legacy of Prop187 was to create a generational voting bloc of Latinos against the Republican Party that would not normally happen."
The Taliban will "likely loosen its restrictions on Al-Qaeda" within the next year or two, a new report warned.
A senior Biden administration official said that it is allowing Chevron Corporation to negotiate with Venezuela's state oil company at the behest of the opposition.
Left out of December's Summit for Democracy, Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Hungary's Viktor Orbán would need to approve Finland and Sweden's NATO bids.
The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) met in Moscow on Monday but only Belarus's leader showed support for the Ukraine war.