The new regulations mandate increased inspections and plane modifications in response to incidents of serious engine failure.
Reports that the former New York City mayor would appear as a contestant have left some wondering.
The Trump associate's appearance on the show has drawn reactions of incredulity to calls for boycotts.
Several injured after an airstrike 'completely destroyed' a children's hospital and maternity facility in Mariupol. Follow Newsweek for the latest.
Ukrainian intelligence said forces have killed their second Russian general, as the country's leadership strikes a more ebullient tone.
The Ukrainian leader returned to his Kyiv office to give an optimistic speech despite the Russian invasion entering its 12th day.
The comedian and former senator is the latest to blast the Fox News personality for defending Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Students playing in a game for a high school soccer championship in northern California were racially harassed. The incident is being investigated.
As a trucker protest made its final stop before entering the Beltway area, protesters were recorded harassing a local reporter.
Footage from an upcoming documentary reveals new details of the GOP political operative during the 2020 election and its chaotic aftermath.
"I do recall wondering if my death was going to be painful," Stuart Ramsay wrote in his account of the incident.
"The personal information of more and more people is being circulated on the dark web. That includes children....," warns Marketplace.
"Realistically speaking, there are very few options. They're practically non-existent to resolve the situation in Ukraine."
U.S. military officials said Russian forces still haven't captured Ukraine's capital city, but have made progress elsewhere.
A man faces a potential life sentence for killing the philanthropist during a burglary of her Beverly Hills home in December.
The House committee investigating the January 6 insurrection says it has evidence Trump and his inner circle broke the law.
Governors are preparing for a possible influx of Ukrainians seeking shelter, jobs and services as they flee their home country.
Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey said the Russian invasion of Ukraine has been "surprising" as military forces likely face unexpected logistical problems.
Trump continued his pivot from praising Vladimir Putin to now supporting (and taking credit for) Ukraine's resistance to the invasion from Russia.
The offer by the Russian businessman is one of the more direct efforts to target President Vladimir Putin for his invasion of Ukraine.
As the House probe turns to Trump, it's demanding documents and testimony from a lawyer who spoke with the president the day of the attack.
The war in Ukraine is going into a sixth day with no foreseeable ending. President Biden praised the Ukrainian people and said sanctions are working.
Despite invading Ukraine last week, top Russian officials say they want its people to determine their own fate.
Russian and Ukraine begin a new month with more firepower against each other. More western powers have backed Ukraine while shunning Russia. Follow Newsweek for the latest updates.
In a national address, the president of the embattled country said Russia could not take the country's capital.
The CDC has shifted its COVID-19 guidelines to preventing severe disease and preserving hospital capacity, as governors relax COVID-19 restrictions.
Despite the controversy surrounding a far-right Arizona legislator, the state's governor says she's needed to advance his agenda.
A spokesperson for China's Foreign Ministry said the country is committed to a peaceful resolution of Russia's invasion of Ukraine while criticizing the U.S.
The Fox News personality decried the conflict in Ukraine Thursday, days after expressing sympathy for Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
One person is reported dead and six injured after a vehicle ran into outdoor diners in Miami Beach.