Trump-appointed judge deals blow to Republicans' drag ban
Judge Thomas Parker raised concerns about a GOP-supported ban on drag performances infringing on the First Amendment.
Mary Trump explains Donald Trump's "defiance" in face of indictment
The former president's niece said her uncle is being held accountable "for the first time in his 76 years" following a Manhattan grand jury's indictment.
Ukraine spring counteroffensive has "very good chance" of success: Austin
U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin expressed optimism about Ukraine's opportunities to make progress against Russian forces during the spring.
Pence ruling signals court done letting Trump "weaponize" delay: Kirschner
A federal judge ruled on Tuesday that former Vice President Mike Pence must testify in the Justice Department's Jan. 6 investigation.
Former Ukraine general predicts Russia will launch major summer offensive
Viktor Muzhenko explained why he believes Russia is most likely to launch a new offensive in August.
Ukraine launches U.S. "small diameter" bomb with longer range than HIMARS
Russia claimed to intercept the U.S.-provided bomb, which can travel distances up to 75 miles, enhancing Ukraine's ability to strike behind Russian lines.
Was Nashville shooting suspect Audrey Hale transgender? What we know
Three adults and three children were killed in the Nashville school shooting Monday afternoon, police said.
Video shows Ukrainian drone fly into Russian vehicle carrying troops
Ukraine said the drone was operated by members of the "White Wolves" group and flew into an armored personnel carrier.
Trump tells Americans to "pray" after Putin reveals nuclear weapons plan
The 2024 presidential candidate weighed in on Putin's condemned announcement about nuclear weapons in Belarus.
Videos show panicked run on bottled water after Pennsylvania chemical spill
Long lines and empty shelves at Philadelphia grocery stores dotted social media after city officials advised against using tap water on Sunday.
Ukraine touts success in Bakhmut amid Russian onslaught
Ukrainian military leaders said on Sunday their forces have managed to "stabilize the situation" in the Donetsk city as Russian offenses stall.
Trump rally sees "quite a few" leave early despite large crowd: Report
Some Trump supporters left the Waco, Texas rally after only about half an hour, according to local media.
Fox News host confronts Republican on Trump's "chaotic" foreign policy
Shannon Bream pressed Representative Michael McCaul about Trump critics who say the United States "lost respect around the globe" during his administration.
Russia's forces making "no progress" in key offensive: Former commander
Ex-Russian commander Igor Girkin explained why he believes Moscow is struggling to make progress in the Ukrainian city of Avdiivka.
Putin to station nuclear weapons in Belarus for first time in decades
Putin's announcement to position nuclear weapons in the neighboring country comes amid the Ukraine war, which has sparked nuclear concerns.
Steve Bannon declares Ron DeSantis "controlled opposition"
The Florida governor is seen as former President Donald Trump's top potential 2024 rival within the Republican Party.
Former GOP chair outraged at Republicans' visit to Jan. 6 rioters
House Republicans' visit to a Washington, D.C. jail where January 6 defendants are being held drew criticism from Michael Steele.
Mike Pence will be forced to testify against Trump: Kirschner
Pence's testimony in the January 6 investigation will be "some of the most damaging evidence" against the former president, Glenn Kirschner told Newsweek.
Alex Jones breaks with Trump over calls to protest
The right-wing broadcaster compared Trump's plea to lighting a cigarette while "filling up your tractor with gasoline."
Full list of Republicans backing Matt Gaetz's bid to block FBI's new HQ
Gaetz, a Florida Republican, accused the FBI of "targeting Americans who oppose their corrupt political agenda."
Indicting Trump reminiscent of "segregation": Alan Dershowitz
Dershowitz told Newsweek that Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg's case against Trump is "about the worst case of prosecutorial discretion" he has ever seen.
GOP committee chair compares Marjorie Taylor Greene to LeBron James
Representative James Comer's remarks reveal how Greene's standing in Congress has changed since Republicans took control of the House after the midterms.
Trump-linked stock sees trading halted in volatile swing
Shares of the Trump-aligned Digital World Acquisition Corp. surged in value on Monday amid speculation the former president could soon be indicted.
Video shows fighters use remote-controlled "kamikaze" cars on Russian tanks
Ukrainian troops on the frontlines are now using unmanned ground vehicles to strike Russian targets.
Trump's legal team files flurry of motions as potential indictment looms
Donald Trump's lawyers are seeking to block the release of a Georgia grand jury report into his alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 election results.
Who is Robert Costello? Trump pulls out a last-minute witness
Costello, once Cohen's legal adviser, is set to cast doubt on his testimony before a Manhattan grand jury as Trump faces a possible indictment.
Putin's "desperate" Mariupol visit was his "last stand": Governor
New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu has sought to differentiate himself from top GOP presidential contenders about supporting Ukraine.
Trump's ex-lawyer defends DeSantis silence on possible Manhattan indictment
Conservatives have called on the Florida governor to condemn a potential indictment against Trump after he warned he will be arrested on Tuesday.
Donald Trump only "profits" from chaos and turmoil: Gov. Christie
Chris Christie, a former Trump ally, explained on Sunday why the former president called for protests ahead of a potential indictment next week.
Ukraine repels over 80 Russian attacks in one day: Armed forces
The blocked attacks are the latest indication that Russia's "special military operation" in Ukraine continues to stagnate.