Culture wars hit Capital One
Shaquana Chaneyfield, deputy press secretary for the NYC comptroller, confirmed that NYC residents are still free to continue depositing money into the banks.
How to watch Trump speech today: Time, livestream for remarks about case
The former president is set to deliver remarks about the criminal case against him, but a gag order could affect what he is able to say.
Gwyneth Paltrow wins ski collision case against Terry Sanderson
Gwyneth Paltrow refused to settle a case with Terry Sanderson after the two collided in Utah because that would be "wrong."
California reparations spark concern over White people possibly qualifying
Members of California's Reparations Task Force are set to send recommendations, which they're currently working on, to Governor Gavin Newsom.
Did Mar-a-Lago crowd try to leave while Trump was speaking?
A video shared on Twitter Tuesday show parts of the crowd head toward the exit while former President Trump was announcing his next presidential run.
Read Dr. Anthony Fauci's Resignation Letter
Fauci has advised presidents since Ronald Reagan and is considered a leading expert on infectious diseases.
A Year After Taliban Takeover Afghan Women are Prisoners in Their Homeland
A year after the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, Azra Jafari, the country's first female mayor, fears for the women left behind.
Biden Is Less Popular Than Trump Was at the Height of Russia Investigation
President Joe Biden's approval rating is declining dramatically as Americans face high prices for goods and struggle to purchase homes.
Hurricane Season Is Off to Below Average Start Amid Record Heat Wave
But a meteorologist warns that the worst of hurricane season has yet to come.
Does Joe Biden Have Cancer? President's History With Melanoma Explained
The president's past non-melanoma skin cancers procedures were discussed today on social media after comments he made regarding cancer.
Putin Prolonging War 'Worst Thing' Imaginable for U.S. Economy: Expert
An economist who worked for former President Ronald Reagan said "there's no end in sight" for the war in Ukraine.
U.S. Could Be Facing Yearslong Economic Turmoil: Art Laffer
Former Reagan adviser Art Laffer spoke with Newsweek about the issues he sees plaguing the U.S. economy.
Donald Trump Claims He Hasn't Sent Texts or Emails for Over a Decade
One of Trump's long-time aides has never once sent or received a text message from Trump.
Zelensky NATO Compromise With Putin Hinges on West's Unlikely Participation
Experts aren't confident the U.S. would risk conflict with Russia to give Zelensky the security guarantees he wants.
Zelensky on 'Political Tightrope' Over Russia Compromises on Donbas, Crimea
The same national fervor that's helped Ukraine mount a fierce resistance against Russia could complicate Zelensky's ability to compromise with Russia.
Zelensky's Vote to End Russia War Near 'Impossible' Without Putin Approval
Holding an all-Ukrainian vote would require a lengthy ceasefire, something Russia may not be willing to do.
Zelensky's 'Normal' Compromise on NATO Unlikely to Satisfy Russia
Ukraine could survive without NATO membership, but giving up the military assistance could be its downfall.
Zelensky Giving Up NATO Goal Requires Compromise From Russia in War Demands
Ukraine giving up on NATO membership might be logical, but Zelensky can't agree to relinquish the military assistance NATO states provide Ukraine.
Putin Still a Rational Man Who Won't Use Nuclear Weapons, Top Experts Say
Deploying a nuclear weapon in Ukraine could backfire on Russia and experts don't believe it's a weapon Putin needs to use to achieve his goals.
Russia One of Three Countries to Not Have U.S. Most Favored Nation Status
Taking away the "most favored nation' status is the latest move from the U.S. to try to pressure Russian President Vladimir Putin to end his assault on Ukraine.
Zelensky Accuses Russia of Hiring 'Murderers' From Syria to Kill Ukrainians
The Pentagon called it "interesting" that Russia was bringing in foreign fighters in its war with Ukraine.
Ex-Ukrainian PM: World War III Has Started, Putin Tested West With Ukraine
Former Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk called for the world to ramp up its intervention in Ukraine, warning Finland and Sweden were at risk if Ukraine fell.
Putin Nuking Ukraine Puts China Relationship At Risk, Former WMD Chief Says
If Russia chooses to be the first country in 77 years to use nuclear weapons, it could force China to take a side against Putin.
Russia Taking Over Ukraine Could Be a Headache for Putin
Maintaining control of Ukraine would require Putin to commit tens of thousands of troops and make a significant financial investment in rebuilding the country.
A Russian Occupation Would Be Devastating for LGBTQ Ukrainians
"I know people who live in Russia," Olena Shevchenko said. "They always fear that somebody will come and take their children out of the family."
No Charges for Biker Who Fatally Shot Woman After She Hit Him With Car
Andrew Derr followed Sara Nicole Morales to her home, where he fatally shot her after she came out of the house with a gun.
Ukraine Accepting Russia's Demands for Ending War Could Be Its Downfall
Some of Russia's demands could be negotiated, but forcing Ukraine to give up its military capabilities could be a fatal blow.
Where Zelensky Is Open to 'Compromise' On Russia's 4 Demands to End War
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said he's open to negotiating, but he has to consider the lives of the people who elected him.
Ukrainians Left 'to Our Own Devices' in Russia War as No-Fly Zone Rejected
Western countries have offered weapons to aid Ukraine's war with Russia, but have stopped short of closing the airspace despite pleas.
Zelensky Rejects Putin's Demands for Ending War: 'It's an Ultimatum'
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said giving in to Putin's conditions aren't as simple as they may seem to people.