The islands are a territory at the center of a hostile dispute between the two nations.
"'General Biden' has been wrong about every military decision in recent memory," the South Carolina senator tweeted.
Judge Peter Cahill said jurors should "plan for long, hope for short" as the defense rested its case on Thursday after two days of testimony. Chauvin, the ex-Minneapolis police officer, faces second- and third-degree murder and manslaughter charges in the death of George Floyd.
Rachel Moran, a University of St. Thomas law professor, said Wednesday that the charges against former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter are serious, but still a compromise.
In the days leading up to a United Nations-led summit on Afghanistan's peace process, a former adviser to the Afghan government said he does not expect the cooperation of the Taliban.
Athletes slated to compete in Japan's 2021 Olympics may perform to empty stands, officials in Japan's ruling party announced Thursday.
The Biden administration is working to reverse a Trump-era family policy directive that caused Planned Parenthood to leave the federal family planning program, a move that officials believe may have resulted in an estimated 180,000 unplanned pregnancies.
Despite an onslaught of criticism from Republicans and calls to travel to the scene of the U.S. migration crisis, Harris said top aides have been delegated to oversee the issues at the southern border.
In excerpts of a planned Wednesday speech released by the White House, Biden says he will not allow a fifth president to inherit the conflict in Afghanistan due to the nearly 20-year-old 9/11 tragedy.
Coinbase is set to become the most valuable exchange in the U.S. based on current $100 billion predictions ahead of its public debut, but analysts warn that these expectations are likely overvalued for such a nascent company.
A new study shows that amid a nationwide exodus from cities in 2020, San Francisco, the most expensive place to live in the U.S., lost more residents than any other metro area.
Beauty queen and Mrs. World 2020 title-holder Caroline Jurie is stepping down after snatching the crown off the head of the Mrs. Sri Lanka pageant winner on Sunday, allegedly causing injuries that resulted in Jurie's arrest.
Fox News guests Geraldo Rivera and Leo Terrell launched into a shouting match during Bill Hemmer's segment on a new crime plan for St. Louis.
President Joe Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure plan and its earmarks are raising some eyebrows, and a central question: What is infrastructure?
Egypt is seeking more than $1 billion in damages for its role in freeing the Ever Given, the ship that wedged itself in the Suez Canal on March 23.
A year after COVID-19 forced the companies to shift to remote operations, a survey shows the majority of New York City's 1.6 million commuters is still homebound.
A recent attack on an Asian American woman, and the indifferent reaction of a nearby witness, is reminding many on social media of Kitty Genovese, a young woman who was killed in 1964.
After months of false starts and conflict between teachers unions and public school districts across the country, parents from at least 15 New Jersey municipalities are organizing to file federal lawsuits to reopen schools.
The West Virginia senator called on Democrats to strike a balance rather than usher in a historic reform package along party lines.
The legislation is the first of its kind in Georgia, which until then was one of only four states still lacking such statutes despite more than a decade of advocacy.
A controversial bill being considered in the Kentucky General Assembly will not make it to the House floor this year after lawmakers failed to bring it up for vote last week, bringing the legislation to a standstill.
Jury selection in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in Floyd's death, moved closer to completion with the addition of a new juror.
The Western Pacific island of Guam was trending on Twitter after Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) referred to the U.S territory as a foreign land.
The Vatican announced its refusal to bless same-sex marriages in a new decree on Monday that reaffirms the Catholic Church's historical stance on homosexuality.
Netflix may be the world's largest provider of home entertainment today, but before the rise of the top-rated content platform and ensuing streaming services, Blockbuster ruled the market.
Biden issued the Executive Order on Promoting Access to Voting over the weekend to "promote and defend the right to vote for all Americans who are legally entitled to participate in elections."
The initial tweet is the start of a larger thread explaining that women make up only 20 percent of professional chefs. The scholarship program the company says it is launching seeks to balance the gender ratio in working kitchens.
More than a year into the pandemic, the health care and science communities have identified a number of risk factors that increase the likelihood of complications from COVID-19. A recent report from the World Obesity Federation (WOF) unveiled new links between obesity and COVID-19 outcomes.
Democrats in the House passed their signature voting rights and anti-corruption bill, HR-1, on Wednesday. No Republicans crossed party lines to support the bill. With conservatives' hardline opposition to HR-1 comes a host of allegations about what the legislation accomplishes would accomplish.
First introduced in 2019, the HR-1, or the For the People Act, is being hailed by some as the next Voting Rights Act, while opponents are pointing to its key provisions as precursors to election fraud and misuse of public funding.