The president announced new measures to tighten gun control as the country reeled from a recent spate of mass shootings.
Coca-Cola is among the targets of the right's crusade against "woke America," as the Republican Party doubles down on culture war issues.
The gap between the number of voters identifying as Democrats versus Republicans has grown to its highest level since 2012.
The democratic island is one of the flashpoints where the simmering U.S.-China confrontation could escalate into open conflict.
Anastasia Vasilyeva was among those arrested by police outside of the jail in the town of Pokrov, east of Moscow, on Tuesday.
A suspect driver crashed into another car while a police vehicle gave chase, killing an innocent driver early on Friday morning.
Since launching in November, Sony's next-gen console has become the fastest-selling console in U.S. history with sporadic restocks snapped up by shoppers.
Police rushed to a factory in Springfield, Ohio, after one worker texted her sister to say she was hiding from an active shooter on site.
The fake call prompted an emergency response to an empty house in Wichita, Kansas, police told reporters.
At least 48 people were killed in the crash, which occurred inside a tunnel close to the eastern city of Hualien.
The Anti-Defamation League found that 63 percent of American Jews have experienced or witnessed anti-Semitism in the past five years.
Cruz has been at the forefront of Republican pressure on President Joe Biden over the surge in new arrivals at the southern border.
Clashes between the far-right and far-left have continued throughout the pandemic, but their scale and severity could increase again in post-lockdown America.
Republicans and Democrats are starkly divided on the severity of the attack, how harsh sentencing should be for those involved, and where future threats lie.
The far-right threat is growing in the U.S. and abroad, with Jewish advocacy groups warning modern groups retain traditional anti-Semitic ideologies.
The DOJ has been seizing sites linked to Kata'ib Hezbollah since August 2020, executing warrants in Arizona and the Eastern District of Virginia.
The veteran diplomat said that Washington, D.C. and Beijing must learn to live with each other despite their radically different ideas on governance.
The former Trump adviser is a keynote speaker at a Dallas gathering linked to a prominent QAnon social media account.
Beijing has increased its imports of Iranian oil to record levels, despite the American "maximum pressure" campaign.
The Northern Fleet said it would conduct a new test with the Tsirkon anti-ship hypersonic cruise missile in the Barents Sea.
Pyongyang has conducted two weapons tests in a week amid speculation North Korea is trying to apply pressure on the White House.
Filipe Martins, President Bolsonaro's special adviser for international affairs, is accused of making the gesture during a Senate hearing about COVID-19 vaccines.
International Atomic Energy Agency chief Rafael Grossi told Newsweek on Tuesday that Iran must answer questions about uranium found at two alleged secret nuclear sites.
Powell's attorneys submitted a court filing on Monday suggesting that "no reasonable person" would believe her claims.
After the election in June, the White House will likely face more fractious negotiations with a hardliner president
Israel's fourth election in two years failed to produce a conclusive result, leaving the veteran leader looking to build a coalition with far-right groups.
The GAO report warned that the current system risks "impeding" American progress in hypersonic weapons research.
Powell is fighting a defamation lawsuit filed by Dominion Voting Systems, which she and other allies of former President Donald Trump have accused of electoral fraud.
Republicans say the Biden administration's border policies are encouraging a surge in new arrivals, particularly of unaccompanied minors.
The new ceasefire deal could, if accepted, end almost six years of war that has killed more than 233,000 people.