In a wide-ranging interview, Larry Elder reflected on lessons learned during his failed run to replace California Governor Gavin Newsom.
"Looking back now with all the facts...she believes it's not her daughter," said an attorney for Petito's family.
Prime Minister Ariel Henry dismissed two government officials this week for seeking to interview him regarding President Jovenel Moïse's assassination.
"Our hearts and minds are with the people being persecuted so unfairly relating to the January 6th protest," the former president said.
China has reacted angrily after the U.S., U.K. and Australia announced a major security pact that will see the countries co-develop nuclear submarines for missions near Beijing. Follow Newsweek's live blog for all the latest.
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"The problem of abortion, abortion is more than a problem, abortion is murder," Pope Francis said. "Scientifically, it's a human life."
Significant numbers of police officers are refusing to get vaccinated, despite COVID-19 becoming the leading cause for line-of-duty deaths.
The former vice president's political advocacy group is reportedly trying to raise $18 million during its first year.
"At some point they won't dodge the bullet, and a governor will be replaced by someone who had less votes on the same ballot," former Governor Gray Davis said.
Photos and videos of nearly 1,500 dolphins being slaughtered were condemned across social media.
The three-day mission will see the first all-civilian space crew orbit the Earth roughly once every 90 minutes, going higher than any humans have since the Hubble telescope was serviced.
Texas' new abortion law has already come up in hiring talks, one tech company founder told Newsweek. Some will pay for out-of-state abortions.
Capitol Police say hundreds of extremists could attend Saturday's demonstration, but some prominent conspiracy theorists are telling their supporters to stay away.
The Russian president has gone into isolation although the Kremlin says he has tested negative for the disease.
The long-running reality series was canceled in 2020 by Paramount Network during the wave of Black Lives Matter protests. It is now returning on Fox Nation.
Far-right groups like the Proud Boys and Oath Keepers are expected to attend. The Capitol Police chief said they will "not tolerate violence."
California reported a seven-day average case rate of 97.8 new cases per 100,000 people, according to the CDC.
Following the vote to expel him, John Thompson said he would continue representing his district despite calls from the Legislature for him to quit.
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