As the country goes on lockdown, two branches of government—parliament and judiciary—risk being suspended indefinitely, as Netanyahu casts himself as the only man fit to lead the nation through the crisis.
Viruses don't care about borders, national identities or weapons. The concept of "security" must be redefined.
Blumhouse's new political satire-thriller was originally set for a September 2019 release, but it got shelved amid controversy. Here's what happened.
"That's right, feel the Bern!" Barack Obama says in the ad, in an audio excerpt from the former president's keynote speech at the 2016 Democratic Convention.
This deal will completely demoralize the current Afghan government and military by conveying undue legitimacy on the wrong factions within the Taliban that are seeking to set the U.S. up for failure
The president expressed concern over vows made by Steyer and Bloomberg that they'll donate to any Democratic Party nominee.
Vito Barbieri, who represents Dalton Gardens, told audiences at a Kootenai County Legislative Town Hall that the U.S. would be judged for permitting abortions.
"This is not a warning. The dark days are not coming. The dark days are here," Maddow told viewers Friday.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders' campaign indicated Tuesday they will request a full recount of some Iowa precincts after recanvassing results show former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg's lead has diminished.
Democratic presidential nominee Tom Steyer said that online rumors that he was dropping out of the race were "ridiculous" and that he wanted to focus on his campaign in Nevada before that state's upcoming primary.
The resolution proposed to honor 10 Wisconsinites during Black History Month, six of whom were white.
An ice rink seemingly shaped like male genitalia in Siberia has drawn criticism from social media users, but the town of Novosibirsk is defending their decision to open the phallic facility.
The media has tainted the jury pool by spreading their pre-trial judgment across America and the world, says Weinstein's attorney.
Laurence Tribe, a Harvard Law professor and author, said on MSNBC that if Trump's requests of the Ukrainian government and his refusal to comply with subpoenas are not reason enough for impeachment, "then nothing is."
The Tesla Cybertruck has finally been unveiled by Elon Musk, and the blocky angular design is certainly unique. Love it or hate it, you will definitely be talking about it.
An engineer at GitHub has reportedly resigned after the company's ongoing contract with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has caused unrest among employees.
A Republican candidate for an Indianapolis city council seat has been criticized for releasing a campaign ad that allegedly uses his opponent's bisexual status as a "wedge issue."
Among the lower-tier candidates, Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg performed significantly ahead of expectations.
Texas Republican congressman Matt Schaefer railed against Americans calling for lawmakers to "do something" about mass shootings, arguing via Twitter Saturday that God and prayer are more effective than gun control regulations.
Convicted murderer Wayne Williams was never charged in the dozens of child killings, and families are still looking for answers.
Iran said its defense industry's achievements "prevented arrogant powers from undertaking any daring and adventurous action" as Bahrain and Australia joined the U.S. and U.K. in in the Persian Gulf.
Just like all forces of hate, they're ultimately doomed to fail. And Tucson will prove it in November.
Javad Zarif hit out at the U.S., claiming Iran has only built a potent military because America is arming its rivals.
Whatever rights we want for ourselves, including the right not to be afraid, is a right that we must give to others.