McCutcheon, 26, was arrested after police said he threw Molotov cocktails at two officers near the U.S. Capitol.
"It's like voting for a rock star. He was all personality," presidential historian Craig Shirley said about Obama.
A former IRS commissioner reportedly said that the "random" audits were "suspicious."
"Finally it is felt that the Western artillery—the weapons we received from our partners—started working very powerfully," Zelensky said on Wednesday night.
"Her followers, cultists, whatever the hell they are, called us no fewer than 35 times," a restaurant posted to Facebook following an exchange with the author.
Nicole and Eileen set aside their luxury travel lifestyle for a trip up I-75 in Michigan. Kept on time by MVMT watches, the duo stops to try local eats before settling into a two-star (at best) hotel and off-roading in the Ford Bronco Everglades on Drummond Island.
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Russian politician Vyacheslav Volodin said U.S. lawmakers "should be aware that we also have something to claim back" in a reference to Alaska.
Russian Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin hit out at Washington saying it should be "held accountable" for COVID despite its origins still unknown.
The boy's parents—Kevin McCarthy, 37, and Irina McCarthy, 35—were among seven people killed in the shooting.
Richmond Police Chief Gerald Smith said that in addition to the ammunition, at least two rifles and one handgun were seized by police.
Heard is being investigated for perjury allegations after she brought two dogs to Australia in 2015, despite strict quarantine laws concerning foreign pets.
China was a participant of RIMPAC in 2014 and 2016 before being disinvited by the Trump administration in 2018.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis' investigation is eyeing Trump's inner circle.
Romanian tennis star Mihaela Buzărnescu's wardrobe issue prior to her first-round match at Wimbledon is sparking a fierce internet debate.
Pollster and consultant Douglas Schoen described the Democratic party as being on a "slowly sinking ship" by pushing Joe Biden or Kamala Harris for a 2024 bid.
Amid runaway inflation, the U.S. has committed more than $54 billion to Ukraine, with billions and hundreds of millions and more promised every passing week.
The Jackson Women's Health Organization, the clinic at the center of last month's Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, is closing this week.
"Chickens die every day, people—at Churches, Popeyes, Kentucky Fried Chicken," said James Nix, who hit the rooster with a steel pole.
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Set to become the world’s third-largest economy within the next ten years and with a population projected to surpass 1.5BN, India is becoming a global powerhouse.
A Russian state TV host said Russia will "have to think whether to reinstall him again as the American president" and that the country hasn't "decided yet."
The Mariupol City Council said preliminary estimates indicate reconstruction efforts could cost $10 billion for that city alone.
The clip shows the moment a missile turned sharply and flew in the opposite direction a few seconds after launch, creating a large explosion upon impact.
A video shows high-powered tourist speedboats racing up to the pod, sometimes shadowing them from just a few feet away.
The Kremlin said it would "hardly be considered appropriate" for Russia to wish Biden a happy Independence Day.
Authorities say the suspected gunman was known to the mental health service system in Denmark. Terrorism is not believed to be his motive for the attack.
Newsom's ad in Florida appeared to be well-received by Democrats, who suggested they want the party to follow in the California governor's footsteps.
Victoria Arbiter—daughter of Queen Elizabeth II's former spokesperson—told Newsweek she has "grounds to sue" after a YouTube prank brought an "avalanche of hate."