India and Pakistan accused one another of launching "unprovoked" aggressions in statements sent to Newsweek, while yet another standoff involving China kept the region on edge.
Multiple YouTubers have tried to raise awareness of the forum in recent weeks, urging their viewers to report the platform's known web domains to law enforcement authorities.
Caving to those who believe a permanent U.S. military presence is intrinsically connected to regional stability would tie thousands of U.S. soldiers to an indefinite deployment in the Middle East.
Did The Atlantic inadvertently make the case to regulate "dark journalism" like "dark money?"
"I'm really scared this is the start of something much worse," one Beirut resident told Newsweek.
More and more white citizens are outraged by the obviously racial hierarchy in who police are willing to hurt and how much—and are putting their bodies on the line to disrupt it.
"In any system in which the rule of law is respected, courts are never coerced. They may be criticized—even robustly. But never coerced," ICC President Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji told Newsweek in an interview.
"While many have peacefully expressed their anger and grief, others have hijacked protests to engage in lawlessness, violent rioting and arson," Barr said at a press conference.
China is actively "trying to exploit" the gap between federally protected information and what's produced in the public realm, national security experts and legislators told Newsweek.
The subpoena targets Blue Star Strategies, a U.S. lobbying firm that represented the Ukrainian energy company Burisma.
From hacks to COVID-19 spear-phishing campaigns, there's no doubt the pandemic is aiding a surge in cybercrime.
An Israeli military official tells Newsweek the country's stepping up its campaign against Iran-linked targets like Lebanon's Hezbollah, but an Iranian official warned the Islamic Republic will retaliate if attacked.
Tony Montalto, the president of Stand With Parkland, a group founded by some of the families of the victims, met with the president to celebrate the launch of a school safety initiative.
Iran and Israel have escalated their conflict in Syria, but they're both looking to Russia to prevent an all-out war.
The former ambassador to the United Nations has written a book about her time in the White House called "The Education of an Idealist."
Trump spent $1 million on advertising in the same week Facebook updates its policy to make political ads exempt from fact checking
New York says ICE arrests around courthouses intimidate people from participating in the justice system.
The UN's 2018 IPCC report warned that the world has 12 years to ensure that global temperatures don't rise above 1.5 degrees Celsius from pre-industrial levels.
Many analysts say current tensions could easily escalate into an armed conflict and the collapse of the Tehran regime. That prospect has raised the question of what kind of Iranian government might come next.
As more House Democrats come out in support of an impeachment inquiry, some of them have been the targets of an orchestrated effort by a coalition of the country's largest liberal activist groups.
"Fortnite" update 10.0 is live with huge changes for Season 10. See the new map and say hi to the BRUTE in the patch notes.
As a researcher who has watched Carlson's show for the past two years, I'm constantly being told on social media that the racist propaganda on Fox News is nothing out of the ordinary. That sentiment is both self-defeating and untrue.
If Trump had a sensibility about the rule of law, he would recognize its sorry state in Russia as Putin's ultimate vulnerability.
President Donald Trump's administration has created a potent anti-Iranian alliance in the Middle East.
An estimated 13,000 people have died in the fighting in eastern Ukraine.
"Work is underway, and I think the result will be there soon," said Deputy Foreign Minister Colonel General Andrei Kartapolov.
The "Abolition of Abortion in Texas Act" faces widespread opposition, even from various anti-abortion groups, such as Texans for Life.
Exit polls are too close to call, but Arabs and Palestinians were not hopeful of any good outcomes on an issue that has become increasingly partisan in the U.S. as well.