Polish forces will "not back down" from the Wagner threat, Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Paweł Jabłoński said.
Former President Donald Trump, who has already been indicted twice this year, now has a third indictment.
Two Trump allies in Michigan were charged for their alleged involvement in a scheme to "test" voting machines after the 2020 election.
Jenner faced conservative backlash for calling out Ron DeSantis' opposition to LGBTQ+ rights
Ukrainian defense official Oleksiy Danilov suggested a new round of anti-Kremlin protests in Russia is "not too far off in time."
Trump's own words about the infamous Access Hollywood tape could be used as evidence in one of the former president's legal battles.
Manchin, who is up for reelection in 2024, is the second least popular Senator in the United States, according to a new Morning Consult poll.
Vladimir Putin will be reluctant to agree to peace talks, as doing so would "underscore how weak Russia appears," one expert told Newsweek.
A judge blocked Trump's attempt to disqualify District Attorney Fani Willis from investigating his alleged efforts of overturning 2020 election results.
Trump's legal spokesperson said Americans forget "to use common sense" responding to a poll finding disapproval of his actions in the classified documents case.
Federal prosecutors charged the former president on three new counts in the Mar-a-Lago classified documents case this week.
"I was just told yesterday that I was part of a cult, and I'm damn proud of it," one Trump supporter said. "He's part of us."
Joseph Ziegler said on Saturday that the president's son's taxes are not a "Democrat or Republican problem."
Prominent Black Republicans have spoken out against Florida's new slavery curriculum, potentially undermining DeSantis support among Black voters.
"Now the situation is becoming even more dangerous," Poland's prime minister said, warning of a possible "hybrid attack."
Trump's rally on Saturday comes amid two potential looming indictments surrounding the January 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Fox host Bret Baier described a report that DeSantis is letting go of a third of his campaign staff as a "big sign."
Greg Gutfeld defended Florida's controversial slavery curriculum by saying usefulness "kept you alive" during the Holocaust.
Former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner said the Jan. 6 investigation has entered its final stage.
Evangelical Christian theologian Russell Moore has been a frequent Trump critic.
A crucial air defense system in Moscow failed to shoot down a drone strike on Monday.
The former president owes millions of dollars to cities across the country over his campaign rallies.
Independent voters in Ohio, who were nearly split between Joe Biden and Donald Trump in 2020, widely support a pro-abortion rights amendment, a new poll found.
Ron DeSantis faced criticism for saying he "wasn't involved in" a new controversial history curriculum in the state's schools.
Musk suggested Twitter users could soon say "adieu" to the platform's iconic bird logo.
The petition, launched by Faithful America, warned that the rally promotes "antisemitism, lies, and even outright political violence."
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said the paramilitary group wants to go on a "tour" of Poland during a meeting with Vladimir Putin Sunday.