The new standards include increasing fuel efficiency by 8 percent in 2024 and 2025, then 10 percent in 2026.
Ukrainian state-owned nuclear company Energoatom said Russians have also left Slavutych, a town close to the plant where workers live.
Authorities discovered five fetuses in the home of anti-abortion activist Lauren Handy, who was earlier charged for invading an abortion clinic.
While rebate cards or direct payment are being considered, Pelosi rejected the idea of a gas tax holiday.
The actor said he was "dramatically bored" of hearing opinions on the Oscars slap controversy.
If "unfriendly" countries do not comply, "we will consider this a default on gas contracts, in which case existing contracts will be stopped," Putin said.
Tom Parker, a member of The Wanted, died at the age of 33 due to an inoperable brain tumor.
A New Jersey school district discovered sanitizer that cleans the school's vendor machines was given to at least 25 students who drank from milk cartons.
Governor Gavin Newsom denied Leslie Van Houten parole, the fifth time a California governor has done so.
Päivi Räsänen, a member of Finland's parliament, and Bishop Juhana Pohjola wrote and published a pamphlet about "biblical marriage."
Nancy Pelosi, Dick Durbin and Chuck Schumer are just a few of the Democrats calling for Justice Clarence Thomas to recuse himself from January 6 cases.
People around the world experienced issues accessing Instagram, something that reports show happens more often than you might think.
Carlos Allen was arrested this year after drugs he sold were found to be the reason for 24-year-old Austin Elliot's overdose death.
The FDA has approved a fourth COVID-19 vaccine dose for those age 50 and older.
The Ukrainian negotiator foresees a meeting of the presidents and the initialing of an agreement if it is approved.
The chairman of the Wisconsin Board of Veterans Affairs left the position after being charged with three counts of child pornography possession.
President Joe Biden said he would not take back his statement that Vladimir Putin can't remain in power, but he added that it does not reflect a policy change.
Not even the controversial Will Smith slap on Chris Rock rescued Academy Awards viewer numbers.
The state of New York and Erie County will contribute millions to keep the Buffalo Bills NFL team in Buffalo.
A Ukrainian official estimated Ukraine's losses at nearly $565 billion and said the country will "seek compensation from the aggressor."
Ukrainian media reported Russia wants to end the war on the same day it celebrated victory over Nazi Germany.
The House committee investigating the January 6 riot will vote on possible contempt of court charges against Peter Navarro and Dan Scavino.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Russian gas deliveries will be paid in euros or dollars, per their contract.
The Democratic senator said Republicans' attacks on Jackson hearings were "unfair, unrelenting and beneath the dignity" of the Senate.
Jens Stoltenberg, NATO's secretary general, said the move is to "reinforce our existing and new battle groups."
Governor Gavin Newsom proposed giving Californians debit cards to deal with having the highest gas prices in the country.
A Pentagon official said Ukrainians have managed to push Russian forces about 34 miles away from Kyiv.
Albright's family announced on Wednesday that she died of cancer "surrounded by family and friends."
Two California representatives asked the Justice Department to investigate whether Russia committed war crimes by targeting Ukrainian civilians.
The far-right French presidential candidate said he wants to send North African immigrants back to their countries of origin.