General of the Army Valery Gerasimov called Russia's nuclear policy "purely defensive."
Robin Bullock told viewers God said the office of the president was "vacated" and there was a "jackal sitting in the seat of the president in the Oval Office."
Joel Arciniega-Saenz was charged with first-degree murder after he was found with blood on his hands in the same park where a man was murdered.
Anna Morgan-Lloyd, a registered Democrat, told the judge she felt "ashamed" that a display of support for President Donald Trump turned violent.
Graydon Young is the first defendant to plea guilty to conspiracy and agreed to cooperate with the government.
Some taxpayers may benefit from opting out of the monthly direct payments.
Thirteen Republicans are now on board with Greene's push to oust Fauci, but it faces an uphill battle in Congress.
The former president added that "more information" about Georgia will be revealed and repeated his claim that the election was "rigged."
China also cautioned the U.S. that it will "strike heavily" if the U.S. investigates the origin of COVID-19.
The WHO isn't recommending children get vaccinated against COVID-19, in part because of the low risk that COVID poses to them and the need to vaccinate higher-risk populations first.
Lindsy Maves, 28, is facing decades in prison.
While China urged other countries to cut their nuclear arsenal, an editor for a state-run publication advocated for China's beefing up of its nuclear supply.
The Georgia Republican's bill would require the ATF to auction off all confiscated firearms and ammunition.
Trump touted his work in the Middle East and said it "doesn't make sense" he didn't receive more Jewish votes.
Dmitry Rogozin, the head of Roscosmos, called preventing collisions that could "ruin the civilization" the world's top priority.
Putin defended his pushback on Navalny and his supporters, saying he didn't want an incident like the January 6 Capitol Riot to happen in Russia.
If China's offended by skepticism over its lab, Dr. Francis Collins said its "best defense" is to have a transparent investigation.
President Joe Biden is meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva on Wednesday. The two are expected to discuss sanctions, human rights violations, and recent cyber attacks.
Greene's bill would reduce Fauci's salary to $0 and doubled its support after Fauci's emails were released.
Biden's Wednesday meeting with Putin could be a strategic move in dealing with China and threats it poses to the United States.
While the U.S. is headed in the right direction, the WHO warned 2021 could see more COVID-19 deaths than 2020.
Funding to the Wuhan Institute of Virology has been called into question as Republicans push for probe into lab as source of COVID-19 pandemic.
Monthly payments worth $250 or $300 per child are set to begin going out on July 15. However, some families will need to use a tool on the Internal Revenue Service's website to ensure they receive the money.
Dr. Shi Zhengli denied she did gain-of-function research at the Wuhan lab and called speculation about the lab rooted in "utter distrust."
Ammunition is an unfortunately "common prohibited item," according to the TSA, and people attempt to go through checkpoints with ammunition every day.
Russian Ambassador to China Andrey Denisov is "convinced" a war will not break out, but it would have massive casualties if it did.
During a 90-minute interview, NBC News senior international correspondent Keir Simmons asked the longest-serving Russian leader since Joseph Stalin about the state of dissent in his country, the conflict with the U.S. and his thoughts on Alexei Navalny.
The expanded Child Tax Credits could put thousands of dollars in people's pockets by the end of the year.
The 45-year-old pleaded not guilty, and no forensic evidence linked him to the murder weapons; but it took the jury only about two hours to return with a conviction.