The viral TikTok clip has racked up 12.6 million views in less than 24 hours, with one commenter saying: "Bro found Old York."
The president welcomed Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during a G20 summit despite recent criticism.
Several users on TikTok were terrified by the defect discovered on the street, with one writing, "I'm scared for you."
The FBI announced a reward of up to $10,000 for information in connection with railroad tampering in New York.
Some Republicans who voted against the infrastructure bill are now praising it as their states receive broadband investments approved in the legislation.
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The collapse of the bridge in northeast Philadelphia on June 11 is forcing food suppliers to make long—and potentially costly—detours.
The Democratic senator suffered a stroke about six months before last year's midterm election in which he defeated Republican challenger, Dr. Mehmet Oz.
The Biden administration's "Investing in America" tour has highlighted key policy wins, but the impacts of new infrastructure projects won't be felt for years.
The action movie star said "this is crazy" about the "giant pothole" residents had been complaining about for weeks.
As Ukraine plans to restart electricity exports, Western defense officials say Vladimir Putin's plot to cripple the nation's energy grid has not worked.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg tweeted about the February 4 train derailment in East Palestine for the first time on Monday.
Many are waiting for Buttigieg to address the recent events in Ohio that forced thousands of residents to evacuate due to a toxic chemical leak.
One thing the president highlighted was that a monthly cap on the cost of insulin for diabetic patients on Medicare takes effect on January 1.
The transportation secretary joins Dr. Anthony Fauci in welcoming GOP-led investigations into the Biden administration.
"The Moore County case was small-scale when compared to some of the plans that we have seen," MEMRI's Simon Purdue told Newsweek.
"Without a domestic terrorism statute" at hand, counterterrorism expert Mubin Shaikh told Newsweek, "the full weight of U.S. law cannot be brought to bear."
"Republicans should not vacate its leadership on infrastructure," Rep. Bacon said, adding the $1.3 trillion law is needed for the U.S. to "compete with trade."
The Kremlin on Friday rejected President Joe Biden's willingness to broker Ukraine peace talks.
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Kyrylo Tymoshenko, deputy head of the Ukrainian president's office, said that Wednesday's attack struck "critical infrastructure facilities in several regions."
Ukraine's Energy Minister German Galushchenko described Russia's latest attack as the "most massive shelling" since the war began.
Researchers have found huge swathes of infrastructure across the 970,000 square mile area will be at risk by 2050.
Recent Russian attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure show "a change in approach" and a potential shift away from nuclear threats.
Recent attacks have prompted Ukrainian Energy Minister German Galushchenko to announce the country may need electricity imports to get through the winter.
Rural turnout this November—without Trump on the ballot—will be an initial test of the GOP's challenges to come.
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