President Donald Trump told several American-born Democratic congresswomen to "go back" to their native countries.
Beijing is pursuing a vast campaign of sinicization in the western region of Xinjiang, where the majority of the population is Muslim.
Rapinoe added that she considers herself "very fortunate" to live in America.
"It's everywhere and it has all the signs of being a coordinated/artificial operation," wrote behavioral scientist Caroline Orr, who first highlighted the surge of duplicate messages about Harris.
Demonstrators have been barricading roads, surrounding government buildings while facing off against—and clashing with—riot police.
President Donald Trump's administration has created a potent anti-Iranian alliance in the Middle East.
Ali Khamenei said those leading the U.S. government toward conflict "are not decent humans, they don't stand by anything."
Geographically, a large fraction of the nation is struggling to simply maintain the status quo.
Venezuela's top diplomat said Moscow may send more military personnel to the leftist-led Latin American country as his U.S. and Russian counterparts discussed the crisis.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said he would rally states for "the protection of the basic norms and principles of international law, the way they are enshrined in the U.N. Charter."
Top members of President Donald Trump's administration welcomed an uprising against Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, but the socialist leader's supporters condemned it.
The Anti-Defamation League's annual audit reported 1,879 anti-Semitic incidents against Jews and Jewish institutions across the U.S. in 2018.
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"In the 20 years since I first started talking about the impact of climate change on our world, conditions have changed far faster than I ever imagined," the British naturalist and broadcaster says.
"Such behaviors are really beneath their dignity," China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson said. "Mr. Pompeo might as well take a break."
"Maduro and his cronies ought to know that President Trump is very serious when he says all options are on the table," national security adviser John Bolton said.
Before Omar joined Congress, "I didn't once witness another member target Jewish people like this with the name calling and other personal attacks," Representative Lee Zeldin tweeted.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said only a day ago that "the United States has its responses being prepared" to the 100 Russian military personnel who arrived late last month in Venezuela.
Russia's top diplomat felt it was "insolent" for the U.S. to warn only Western countries could be involved in the West when the Pentagon maintained more bases abroad than all other countries combined.
Russia's state-run Rostec conglomerate will train Venezuelan pilots to use modernized military helicopters at a time when tensions with the U.S. run high.
The U.S. suspects that Russia sent specialists to help prepare the S-300 surface-to-air missile defense system for combat.
"The Syrian Arab Golan is ours and will return to us," Damascus's envoy to the United Nations said just hours after Israel reportedly bombed Aleppo.
Worsening U.S.-Russia ties, the collapse of international arms treaties and Washington's heightened intervention in the Middle East have elicited memories of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
The U.S. increased oil consumption last year by around 540,000 barrels a day.
President Donald Trump and Brazilian counterpart Jair Bolsonaro will meet for the first time, bringing together two controversial leaders with right-wing visions for the Americas.
China said it was "willing to provide assistance to the Venezuelan power system," while Russia dismissed "pointless" U.S. threats to stop buying oil from Caracas.
"The Breakfast Club" co-host Charlamagne Tha God on Monday told Sanders that "44 out of 45" American presidents have been white men and asked whether we needed another one.
Vice President Mike Pence said the U.S. would not tolerate "any threats, violence or intimidation" against opposition leader Juan Guaidó, but his Venezuelan counterpart railed against Western intervention.