The normalization of ties announced Thursday is the culmination of a trajectory that has brought the Gulf states closer to Israel and sidelined the Palestinians.
Neither Georgia's ambassador to the United States nor South Ossetia's top diplomat believe their conflict is "frozen" but offer Newsweek opposite reasons for this belief.
Fire is threatening 300 homes near Mosier, Gov. Brown has actioned the Emergency Conflagration Act to deal with the 500 acre blaze
Real estate investment opportunities sound exciting when you think of the returns you stand to gain. If you've never invested in a project of such magnitude, it is okay to feel intimidated especially if you are risk-averse.
Getting attacked by zombies while in your car is one way to celebrate Halloween without risking the spread of the coronavirus.
Thailand's brothels were closed for months due to Covid-19. Only in the government's fifth round of "easing" restrictions were they allowed to light their familiar lamps again.
One of the most effective home security tricks is the installation of home security cameras. These security cameras will enable you to watch both inside and outside of your home anytime you want, and from anywhere.
The president has two choices, according to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer: keep negotiating with Democrats or issue an executive order.
Travis Smith is accused of battery and child abuse after allegedly attacking the driver while a young boy was in the car.
The world has an acute interest in preventing an Asia-Pacific region dominated by the Chinese Communist Party.
Around 200 boats filled with people gathered on the Illinois River in East Peoria for the 10th annual White Trash Bash.
With a major teacher's union threatening teacher's strikes over COVID-19 virus surges in Florida, Texas, Arizona, Joe Biden said the president should follow his plan to reopen schools safely.
The promotion of hydroxychloroquine will not save lives.
Some Republican lawmakers have expressed reservations over the level of spending being proposed for the next relief package.
The center of Isaias is south of Puerto Rico, and its path continues headed toward Florida this weekend.
The interim governor of Khabarovsk Region, Mikhail Degtyarev, gave an interview to Kommersant after days of protests against his Kremlin appointment.
Many painkillers are highly addictive. Because of this, more people are looking for non-addictive options like cannabidiol (CBD).
"Given that Lasso didn't catch on, it's not surprising to see Facebook try this tactic," a TikTok spokesperson said, referencing an Instagram service that will reportedly compete with the popular app.
Two vaccine candidates that could potentially halt the spread of COVID-19 entered late-stage clinical trials on Monday.
Hurricane Hanna hit the Texas coastal bend Saturday close to where Hurricane Harvey made landfall in 2017. Harvey was the last hurricane to slam the Lone Star State prior to Hanna.
"I do think there's a long way to go with 3 and Y and with Cybertruck and Semi. So long way to go with those. I think we'll do the obvious things," Musk said during a Wednesday earnings call.
Iran is seeking to extend a 20-year deal with Russia while the Islamic Republic negotiates a quarter-century agreement with China, signaling a new push to establish an international coalition against U.S. economic and political pressure.
New cases per capita have decreased in Arizona, Delaware, and Maine in the past 14 days.
A three-part plan to instill confidence in parents for school reopening.
A new amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act regarding CBD is not the only pro-cannabis amendment to appear in the House version of the legislation.
An investigation into possible arson is currently underway after a fire broke out at the gothic Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul in Nantes, western France.
As lawmakers ready for a return to Capitol Hill on Monday, party leaders have set out their starting positions on relief fund negotiations.
There have been more than 13.3 million worldwide confirmed cases of COVID-19 during the current pandemic, and over 578,000 recorded deaths.