Kelly allegedly made an anonymous $25 donation on September 3 to Rittenhouse's campaign on Christian fundraising website GiveSendGo.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov suggested that John Sullivan, the U.S. ambassador to Russia, return to the United States to consult with the White House in a response to new sanctions the U.S. has placed on Russia.
As Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, 44, sits in prison amid an ongoing hunger strike, he used his Instagram account to say that he has been threatened with a straitjacket to be force-fed on Friday.
Teigen declared her return to Twitter Friday after she left the platform on March 24, when she tweeted the platform had no longer served her positively.
Michael A. Bolton, the inspector general for the U.S. Capitol Police, spoke before a House committee on Thursday to recommend what needs to be changed within the force.
Most of Iran is experiencing high COVID-19 infection rates as the country is in the midst of a mass lockdown.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba called on officials from the Baltic nations to pressure NATO and the European Union for assistance as a result a Russian troop buildup near its border.
Naheed Farid expressed her views about the future of Afghanistan after President Joe Biden's announcement of U.S. troop withdrawal from the country.
On Thursday, video posted on social media showed protesters outside of the home of a man, reported to be an Army sergeant, who was caught on video Monday harassing a Black man in a South Carolina neighborhood.
Wind and waves caused the commercial ship to flip over in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday. The U.S. Coast Guard has been searching for 12 missing people south of Port Fourchon, Louisiana.
Rep. Steve Scalise pointed to a historic precedent and affirmed that Rep. Matt Gaetz will be removed from his House committees if the DOJ files charges against him.
Sununu said plans to have Gaetz speak should be canceled. The Florida congressman is under federal investigation for allegations of sex trafficking and sex with a minor.
An internal report obtained by the Associated Press revealed that Capitol Police were ordered not to use weapons that could have dispersed rioters on January 6.
The state senator asked Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to have Kennedy suspended from the platform permanently.
A California asian man named Michael Sangbong Rhee was arrested by the Irvine Police Department for a targeted attack on an asian woman he thought was white.
Three individuals have been arrested in Cambridge, Ontario, in connection to the death of a toddler that they are related to as a result of a drug overdose.
A few California cities have seen white supremacist propaganda being locally distributed ahead of a White Lives Matter rally planned for April 11 at Huntington Beach.
Burton acknowledged the petition in a tweet that expressed his apparent interest in the job.
A bus was hijacked and set on fire in West Belfast on Wednesday as Northern Ireland has experienced a week of widespread unrest.
The former president publicly endorsed the Republican Wisconsin senator to run for re-election in 2022.
Cafeteria manager Yanet Lopez was widely celebrated by students and staff at Prairie Vale Elementary School in Edmond, Oklahoma, on Tuesday for passing her U.S. citizenship test.
The large sum was raised after the Georgia Republican took her seat in Congress on January 3.
A video showed Mrs. World Caroline Jurie removing the crown of Mrs. Sri Lanka World 2021 winner Pushpika De Silva on Sunday after Jurie claimed that De Silva was divorced and therefore could not win.
The Home Depot has not said if it plans to address Georgia's fight after the state's controversial election reform bill was signed into law.
A record number of firearms were detected at airport security checkpoints across the U.S. in 2020, while rates of travel were much lower compared with years past.
As the nation watches the ongoing broadcasted trial of Derek Chauvin, America yet again reaffirms its fascination with televised court cases.
"In the world of psychology, we have very few phenomena that are due to one thing or one idea. It's really always a recipe with several ingredients," psychologist and Temple University professor Frank Farley told Newsweek.
Following the House Committee on Oversight and Reform's public hearing on Washington, D.C. statehood on Monday, Representative Eleanor Holmes Norton said she believes D.C. is prepared.
"There's a lot of negativity towards the NCAA now, which obviously there should be, they should be held accountable to this," Prince told Newsweek.