Joe Manchin dodges when Fox News host asks if he identifies as Democrat
The senator, a moderate from West Virginia, could be key to Democrats retaining the Senate in 2024.
Fox News host confronts GOP's Tim Scott on "relentlessly partisan" message
Shannon Bream pressed the senator about how his rhetoric against Democrats squares "with the message of us having faith in each other as Americans."
Chinese COVID lab leak debate resurges after new report drops
The Department of Energy became the second federal agency to determine that COVID-19 originated from a lab leak in China.
Congressman warns China would "go to bed with a loser" amid Russia alliance
Representative John Garamendi, a California Democrat, warned that MAGA Republicans withholding Ukraine aid would send a dangerous message to China.
Ann Coulter says Donald Trump and Fox News "lied" to voters
The right-wing pundit also said on Friday that Trump's election fraud claims cost Republicans a key governorship in Michigan.
Trump will "sell out" Jared Kushner and Ivanka, Kirschner predicts
Legal analyst Glenn Kirschner predicted the former president would try to turn on his own family in exchange for a reduced sentence if he is indicted.
Putin called "schizophrenic" in post shared by former Russian commander
Igor Girkin launched his latest criticism of the Russian president after the Ukraine war passed its one-year mark this week.
Zelensky delivers blow to China's Russia-Ukraine peace plan
Chinese President Xi Jinping is set to give a "peace speech" to the United Nations on the one-year anniversary of the Ukraine war.
Marjorie Taylor Greene outlines parameters of potential "national divorce"
The Georgia Republican explained how GOP-led state governments would enact conservative policies following her proposed separation of red and blue states.
Russia loses 3 drones key to defending its front lines: Ukraine
Ukraine claimed to shoot down three "Lancet-type" drones on Tuesday, just days before the Russian invasion hits its one-year mark.
Ted Cruz finds common ground with Ilhan Omar over Ohio derailment
The Norfolk Southern train—carrying toxic chemicals—derailed, resulting in a large fire. Smoke engulfed the small town, forcing residents to evacuate.
Wagner boss admits "meat grinder" battle for Bakhmut is far from over
Russia "will not be celebrating" a victory in the industrial Donetsk region city in the near future, Yevgeny Prigozhin warned.
Nikki Haley's chances of beating Trump after jumping into 2024 race
Haley is hoping to defeat Trump during the Republican primary, but polls show the former United Nations ambassador facing an uphill battle.
Russia faces crucial decision that could decide Putin's future
Putin could "risk his presidency" by making the wrong call on prioritizing his troops, one expert told Newsweek.
Republicans' worst fears about Mississippi may be coming true
A new poll found that Governor Tate Reeves could face a tight election against Democrat Brandon Presley.
Russian politician says it's time to "admit" real reason for Ukraine war
Russian President Vladimir Putin has given several reasons for the war, but these justifications have been dismissed by world leaders.
Putin faces "central dilemma" as Russia bolsters defenses: UK
As the Ukraine war nears its one-year mark, Russia is faced with deciding which Ukrainian threats to prioritize fighting back against.
Trump rips on Rihanna's Super Bowl performance: "Worst in history"
Trump took to social media to attack Rihanna's Super Bowl halftime show, describing it as an "EPIC FAIL."
Kari Lake refuses to stand for Super Bowl Black national anthem
Lake joined several conservatives in criticizing the performance of "Lift Every Voice and Sing," a civil rights movement hymn, of being divisive.
George Santos' pregame Super Bowl tweet sparks wave of jokes
Twitter users mocked Santos, who admitted to fabricating large parts of his resumé, joking that he would play in the Super Bowl and perform during the halftime.
Probe into Jared Kushner's Saudi ties "on the table," Republican says
The Trump administration's ties to Saudi Arabia are facing new scrutiny after a report saying Jared Kushner received $2 billion in Saudi funds.
Lauren Boebert upset about Black National Anthem at Super Bowl
The GOP lawmaker accused the NFL on Sunday of trying to "divide" viewers by including "Lift Every Voice and Sing," but critics said her tweet was more divisive.
Donald Trump has "hit the panic button," his former lawyer says
Michael Cohen described Trump's handling of classified documents as "the true danger to our national security" as the DOJ investigations heat up.
Kremlin leaders "fear" Wagner Group founder, Putin ally says
Yevgeny Prigozhin has been floated as one of the greatest threats to Vladimir Putin's power amid Russia's struggling invasion of Ukraine.
Trump's connection to Jeffrey Epstein explained by Roger Stone
Talk about Trump's ties to Epstein reemerged this week after the ex-president reshared a Truth Social post accusing Governor Ron DeSantis of grooming minors.
Steve Bannon responds to Hunter Biden's threat
Hunter Biden's attorneys sent Bannon, an ex-Trump adviser, a letter demanding him to preserve evidence about the spread of personal data from his famed laptop.
Joe Biden's State of the Union priorities could be doomed: Experts
Experts gave Biden high marks for the address but warned the GOP-led House will block key policy goals, including a tax on billionaires.
Biden asserts U.S. "made clear" it will protect sovereignty against China
Biden touched on the Chinese spy balloon during his State of the Union address Tuesday night.
How China responded to the U.S. shooting down spy balloon: Timeline
Chinese officials issued a number of statements addressing President Joe Biden's decision to down the balloon, shaking up relations between the two nations.
Marjorie Taylor Greene taunts Biden with giant white balloon in Capitol
Greene's stunt, intended to draw attention to President Biden's response to the Chinese spy balloon, comes just hours before his State of the Union address.