Claiming the 2020 election was stolen was commonplace in the Republican primaries. Now, it's potentially a poison pill to victory.
The use of the drones appeared to introduce a new element to the aerial theater of the war.
The prospect of Starlink's disappearance from the battlefield could prove costly to Ukraine as it has found renewed success in driving back Russian forces.
The newspaper's latest editorial builds on a growing body of work by the Rupert Murdoch property critical of the former president.
Democrats occupy all of Oregon's executive branch positions and both its U.S. Senate seats. But there is cause to believe that could change this year.
"It would be one of those great surprises if we lost," former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said in an interview on Fox News Wednesday night.
Evidence, politics and the Department of Justice's own judgment will ultimately play the biggest role in deciding whether Trump will face charges.
Walker's Senate campaign in Georgia set internal fundraising records Tuesday night, even after reports that he paid for an ex-girlfriend to have an abortion.
Oregon is typically a safely Democratic state. But this election has turned the existing paradigm on its head.
"I've been telling this little story about this bull out in the field, and three of them are pregnant, so you know he got something going on," said Walker.
The condemnation of Belarus comes against a broader denunciation of Russia and the threat of additional sanctions over its recent missile strikes on Ukraine.
A new poll out of Arizona shows a Libertarian candidate earning enough of the vote to potentially create a landslide defeat for Republican Blake Masters.
Recent attacks on civilian centers, James Stavridis said, could leave the West with no choice but to directly intervene in the conflict.
Democrats are spending more money in the closing weeks of the 2022 elections on abortion than any other issue. Some think that's a mistake.
In a close race to represent Ohio in the U.S. Senate, the candidates disagree, and agree, on key policy issues.
A debate over an academic journal article over the summer underscores the contentious politics of criminal justice policy in America's major cities.
Tax fraud convictions are exceedingly rare. But when they are tried, they typically end in the government's favor.
"For the first time since the Cuban Missile Crisis, we have a direct threat of the use [of a] nuclear weapon," U.S. President Joe Biden said this week.
Russia, meanwhile, has reportedly fallen behind in its conscription goals.
The Kremlin said it would be announcing a temporary cut in production in response to the news.
An obscure rule could allow Thomas, a conservative justice with a legacy of activism on the bench, to remove seized classified documents from evidence.
Historical presidential approval ratings show the Democrats are likely to face a landslide this cycle. But are they really?
The alleged attack by Killnet temporarily knocked out several government websites on Wednesday.
It's unclear what the former president meant, or why such potentially damaging information had not been made public just weeks before the midterm elections.
The scandal-prone Republican candidate has faced other charges on the campaign trail, but in a hyper-polarized environment, it's not clear that it matters.
The limited polling in the race has shown widely variable results between the two candidates.
The U.S. Treasury Department has already imposed additional sanctions on Iran for the program.
Political mistrust could play the biggest factor in inaccurate polling in 2022, Ohio-based consultant Mark Weaver said.
In a nuclear war, "there will be no security for anyone, not for Ukraine, and not for the world," the Global Times wrote in an editorial on Sunday.
Six insurance companies have shut down in Florida this year. DeSantis' opponent, Charlie Crist, has attacked him for it. Will it matter in November's election?