Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that foreign actors may "provoke protests" ahead of Russia's parliamentary elections in September.
The Republican congresswoman from Georgia told Newsmax she was being unfairly targeted for her opinions by the big tech companies.
The Georgia representative made the comparison weeks after apologizing for comparing COVID measures to the Holocaust.
World leaders are reacting to the assassination of Jovenel Moïse, 53, during an attack on his private residence.
The ex-president's niece—a fierce critic of her uncle and much of her extended family—slammed Republican reluctance to hold a probe into the U.S. Capitol riots.
Trump-era legislation stemming from industrial espionage fears must be reversed to allow Chinese students to study in the U.S., the "China Daily" has stated.
Russia's top diplomat Sergey Lavrov told Indonesian media the U.S had warned and outlined demands to Moscow since the Putin-Biden summit.
Agencies reported that the Antonov-26 belonging to Kamchatka Aviation Enterprise lost contact amid difficult conditions.
The sprinter has received political support following her positive test for cannabis which rules her out of the Tokyo Games.
Police said a group of men fled into the woods with weapons by a highway in Wakefield, near Boston, Massachusetts.
The Star Trek star has been criticized for his new show appearing on Kremlin-funded RT America.
New York City's official Twitter account criticized the Ohio city located on the shores of Lake Erie. Many begged to differ.
The Mega Millions jackpot on Friday night had a cash option of $50.6 million but did anyone take it home?
Former Trump spokesman Jason Miller is behind a platform that claims to offer a "free speech" alternative to Twitter, but some in far-right conspiracy circles are not impressed.
The fifth named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season is expected to strengthen as it buffets the Caribbean islands and moves westward.
The Russian Embassy in Washington, D.C. rejected a joint U.S. and U.K. advisory alleging Moscow operatives are targeting governments around the world.
Michael Hayden reacted angrily to the House minority leader's calls for an investigation into claims the NSA was spying on the Fox News anchor.
The Republican congresswoman from Georgia told Real America's Voice: "I want to make sure that we protect all of us on our side."
The alleged incidents occurred across the U.S. with a third of the cases reportedly happening in California and a large number in San Francisco's Bay Area.
Certain donors who have contributed to Kamala Harris' election campaigns are not getting their calls returned, according to a recent report.
Biden was selling his tax plans and infrastructure deal in Wisconsin when he used his now trademark low-volume approach.
Spokesman Dmitry Peskov warned of "negative consequences," two weeks on from the Putin-Biden summit.
Claims come days after a Black Sea spat between Moscow and London over the British Navy ship HMS Defender.
Arrington, who was overseeing cybersecurity for defence contractors, has been placed on leave.
The Fox News anchor questioned why the hammer throw contestant wanted to represent the U.S. at the Games in Tokyo.
The son of the former president made fun of Joe Biden for telling the Russians that 16 entities were "off limits" to cyber hacking.
The Secretary of State told La Republicca newspaper "it's up to Russia to decide" about its relationship with the U.S.
The New York congresswoman took aim at Republicans over their handling of talks on the $1.2 trillion bipartisan deal.