The Daily Mail has posted a video it says shows the president's son telling a woman that a laptop with compromising material on it had been stolen from him.
De Grey, chief science officer at the SENS Research Foundation, once said humans could live into their thousands. He denies allegations of predatory behavior.
Igor Redkin, a deputy in Kamchatka in Russia's far east, said he targeted what he thought was an animal because it was terrorizing the community.
The Fulton County District Attorney's office is looking into the ex-president's alleged efforts to overturn Georgia's vote in the 2020 election.
The Texas governor is under fire for his executive order banning local governments and school districts from enforcing mask mandates.
The New Jersey lawmaker responded to Senator Tommy Tuberville's amendment to cut federal funds for municipalities that want to defund law enforcement.
Robert Redfield told Fox News that the hypothesis the disease leaked from a lab was ruled out too quickly.
The Russian embassy in Washington, DC, criticized U.S. military claims its troops were in Syria "under international law."
People can book a personal message from the ex-mayor of New York for $199 after he teased his presence on the social media platform.
The patients at a hospital in North Ossetia, Russia, were all seriously ill and aged between 48 and 85.
The journey by the female Nathusius' pipistrelle bat, which weighed eight grams and was the size of a human thumb, was described as "remarkable."
The former CNN host's comments took issue with the swimmer's view about post-event interviews and follow his criticism of gymnast Simone Biles.
The Florida governor and the president have traded barbs over coronavirus measures as the delta variant runs rampant in the Sunshine State.
The U.S. Olympic basketball team silenced their critics after beating France to win their fourth consecutive gold medal.
The jackpot has been growing in recent weeks but did anyone take the top prize after Friday's drawing?
The White Coat Waste Project said a Freedom of Information Act request showed the testing of beagles took place, and that the dogs were eventually euthanized.
Dr. Timothy Regan from Lakeland Regional Health Medical Center said children as young as eight are saying goodbyes to their parents.
Twenty fully vaccinated residents of the Ter Burg facility in Nossegem, near Brussels, contracted the B.1.621 variant, according to Belgian media reports.
The Tsirkon has already been test-fired from a frigate but Russia wants the hypersonic weapons on its submarines, which will be difficult to defend.
Japanese researchers have warned of the variant which was first discovered in Peru in August 2020.
The niece of the former president criticized the Florida governor, who is under fire over his opposition to lockdowns or new restrictions to curb COVID.
The former transportation secretary under ex-President Donald Trump was named as part of the board on August 2.
Benny Gantz told Ynet that the world should act militarily against the Islamic Republic, which has been blamed for a drone attack on an Israeli-operated tanker.
The Wyoming congresswoman said her father, the former U.S. vice president, was still a source of "guidance and wisdom" for her.
Natascha Kampusch, now 33, was kidnapped on her way to school by Wolfgang Priklopil when she was 10 years old.
Chicago Public Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady said her city is looking at New York's move to mandate proof of vaccination for indoor venues.
New York's move to demand proof of vaccination for indoor activities is the first undertaken by a major U.S. city.
The niece of the ex-president has written a book, "The Reckoning," which looks at the circumstances that allowed Donald Trump to get power.
Moscow's envoy to Washington, Anatoly Antonov said Russian athletes were among the most tested at the Tokyo Olympics.
The former governor of Alaska told a religious event that she would hope to have better support from Christians if she returned to politics.