The Russian president criticized NATO expansion and accused the U.S. and Europe of being behind the 2014 ousting of Ukraine's then-President, Viktor Yanukovich.
Kim Yo Jong said the U.S.. had "wrong" expectations after national security adviser Jake Sullivan expressed optimism for over talks with Pyongyang.
Catherine Serou, 34, had gone missing on Tuesday after getting into an unidentified car in Nizhny Novgorod where she was a university student.
The R&B singer wrote in an op-ed about her wish to see another two stars on the ensign to represent Puerto Rico and Washington, DC.
New Mexico county commissioner Cuoy Griffin told CNN he questioned the veracity of the deaths of a Capitol police officer and a protestor during the insurrection.
Up for grabs in Friday night's Mega Millions jackpot was $30 million. Did anyone win the top prize?
The National Council of Resistance of Iran has denounced Friday's ballot, which is sure to see Chief Justice Ebrahim Raisi become president.
After their meeting in Geneva, the Russian president said of his U.S. counterpart "he does not miss anything, I can assure you."
The Arizona lawmaker defended the Georgia representative calling her "an American treasure," after her apology was rejected by the American Jewish Congress.
Kremlin-loyal newspapers were full of praise for the Russian president's decisiveness—and his tie—but commentators pointed out that there was little progress made during the Geneva summit.
Christoffer Camacho put his best foot forward in receiving his diploma from Steinbrenner High School in Hillsborough County, Florida.
Josh Rodgers caught an unusual largemouth bass while fishing in Beaver Lake, Arkansas.
The two-week closure of businesses comes as the country's health ministry announced 9,020 new COVID cases on Saturday.
Ada Tsang Yin-hung, 44, from Hong Kong, broke the previous record by more than half a day when she got to the top of the world's highest mountain
The draw on Friday followed a jackpot win last week of more than half a billion dollars, one of the largest ever sums paid out.
The Alaska senator is one of three Republicans set to support the probe into the storming of the U.S. Capitol.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov described the hacking claims as "abstract" and said they would not impact the upcoming Biden-Putin summit.
Lewisville has become home to thousands of refugees from Chin state, acting as a safe haven and a hive of activism for those opposed to the military junta again running Myanmar.
Sello Abram Mapunya, 33, was sentenced in Pretoria, South Africa, for dozens of rapes over five years.
Steak 48 in Philadelphia says each customer must spend at least $100, not including tax or tip.
The Georgia congresswoman told Real America's Voice host Steve Bannon lawmakers feared her because she's "with the people."
The vessel has been lingering in international waters off the coast of Kauai near the Pacific Missile Range Facility Barking Sands.
After months of mutual mistrust and barbs, the Russian and American presidents will meet on June 16 in Geneva.
Dominic Cummings made the claim as he provided testimony to British lawmakers about the U.K.'s coronavirus response.
Alexander Lukashenko told the Belarusian parliament that his country faced a "multifaceted, multilevel terror."
Japanese authorities are investigating the cause of the incident in the Sea of Okhotsk, near Hokkaido Island.
French police officers stopped the 18-year-old near Lyon and found he had tested positive for cannabis and cocaine.