Iowa man and QAnon believer charged with threatening Governor Kim Reynolds by leaving a voicemail that said she should be "hung for treason" and "you need to be put in front of a firing squad" says he was exercising his right to free speech.
A legislative ethics committee in Idaho said Thursday that Republican state Representative Aaron von Ehlinger should be formally censured and removed from office as an investigation into allegations of rape continues.
Brazil's health regulator has rejected Russia's Sputnik V vaccine, but Mexico said it will begin bottling doses.
The new laws mark the pope's biggest step to cut down on corruption in the Vatican.
Appealing his conviction in court, the Russian opposition leader spoke by video from prison.
The U.S. population rose by 7.4 percent to 331,449,281, the second-slowest increase ever, and for the first time, California is losing a congressional seat—a result of dwindling migration in the nation's most populous state.
The president's Wednesday address is an invitation-only event due to COVID-19 safety protocols. The restrictions on guests has the security benefit of limiting the number of people in the Capitol building for the first major indoor event of Biden's presidency.
An additional 50 million doses are currently in production and could ship by the summer.
As plans forge ahead for the Tokyo Olympics, the Okinawa island Miyakojima has banned the torch relay from running through it.
Iran Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh did not dispute the tape's authenticity but said the release of the recording was "illegal," and "selectively edited."
Renee Erickson, a Republican state senator from Wichita, Kansas, vowed to continue efforts to ban transgender athletes from participating in girls' and women's school sports.
The man accused of killing 10 people at a Colorado grocery store has been accused of trying to kill 19 others, including 11 police officers, court records show.
Foreign Minister Jakub Kulhanek said that Russia will have to limit its number of diplomats to the same number that the Czechs have at their embassy in Moscow.
According to a report published Thursday by the Church of England's Anti-Racism Taskforce, the church has not acted on previously reported issues of racism in the church.
Two Hialeah police officers were arrested on charges of official misconduct due to a bogus parking ticket scheme.
An Albanian man who wounded five people with a knife at a mosque on Monday was restrained by civilians before police arrived.
Elon Musk has had a lot to say about Tesla's Autopilot feature, which may have been connected to two deaths in an accident on Saturday in Texas.
Nobody in the the Jasper County town of La Russell, Missouri, voted on Tuesday. That includes the candidates on the ballot.
Jim Olsen, a Republican representing Roland in the Oklahoma House of Representatives, compared lawmakers' attempts to end abortion to the fight against slavery.
Russia asked Slovakia on Thursday to return its Sputnik V vaccine supply "due to multiple contract violations."
Nayib Bukele, president of El Salvador, declined to meet with visiting U.S. diplomat Ricardo Zuniga over a perceived pattern of slights from Democrats and the Biden administration, two aides told the Associated Press.
The Grand Slam tennis tournament said Thursday it will push back the start of this season's event by one week, frustrating tennis player Alize Cornet.
The U.S. economy has been strengthening in recent months, showing signs of improvement after the damage of the pandemic.
The state of Iowa will pay $225,000 to a man who was injured when a state trooper knocked him over and put his knee on his neck during a 2017 traffic stop, according to documents released Monday.
The minority leader said businesses should "stay out of politics."
The law was approved by the Kremlin-controlled legislature and signed into law by Putin.
For the first time since the start of the pandemic, India's Health Ministry reported more than 100,000 new infections in a single day.
A festival titled La Boum ("The Party") drew a reported 2,000 people to a Brussels park, although police warned it was a fake event set for April Fools' Day.
Florida claimed that Georgia uses too much of the water that flows from Atlanta to the Gulf of Mexico, arguing that overconsumption led to the decline in Florida's oyster industry.
A Montana man filed a lawsuit against the social media giant when he could not stop notifications saying an attempt had been made to log in to his account from a new device or browser.