Lindsey Graham placed on wanted list as Russia threatens "killing senators"
Russia has criticized remarks the South Carolina Republican appeared to make during a visit to Kyiv last week.
Memorial Day 2023: Full list of restaurants open for dine-ins and delivery
Plenty of restaurants will be open this holiday for anyone not grilling out.
I have no hands or feet—but I can fly
I was very nervous. I remember thinking, "Okay, well, this is it."
Patriot missile success in Ukraine has shocked even the Pentagon–Kyiv
Ukraine said its military used the Patriot missile defense system to down a Russian Kh-47M2 Kinzhal hypersonic missile over Kyiv this month.
I'm a Doctor. Greedy Health Care Failed My Father
The truth is that health care is big business, and the primary goal is not necessarily the best patient outcomes.
The UAE Must Release All Political Prisoners Before Hosting COP28
The leaders of democratic countries who have not wavered in supporting the United Arab Emirates (UAE) would do well to question why the country's best minds continue to languish in prison with no end in sight.
Kissinger tells NATO to ignore Putin's threats
Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said he favors Ukraine being admitted into NATO.
Thousands of Russian flights using expired parts because of sanctions
The head of Russia's transportation watchdog organization told lawmakers that 2,000 Russian flights were performed last year using expired parts.
Former U.S. ambassador may have been poisoned months before Ukraine war
In April 2021, John Herbst, a former U.S. ambassador, experienced symptoms consistent with poisoning, including elevated levels of toxins in his blood.
Putin ally's reelection fight shrouded in skepticism
Accusations of foreign meddling have preceded Turkey's upcoming presidential election.
Small Countries, Huge Stakes in Armenia-Azerbaijan Talks
In theory these talks aim to resolve a simmering conflict between two smallish countries in the South Caucasus, on the table is no less than a microcosm of the global clash between democracy and tyranny.
Russia's prison recruiting isn't replacing huge military losses
The U.K. Defense Ministry reported that Russia's military has increased its efforts to recruit prisoners to fight in Ukraine.
"I tried to join the U.S. military. They said I'm too old"
In my opinion, it reeks of ageism.
"I'm a doctor, I hid my opioid addiction for 10 years"
One of the biggest problems with addiction is that people are very good at hiding it from themselves.
Russian TV pundit calls for fomenting violent attacks against White House
Two drones hit the Kremlin in Moscow early Wednesday morning, with one causing a small explosion above the building's domed roof.
"I've been a nurse for 30 Years. Opioids saved my patients' lives"
I never thought I'd see the day when we would deny people pain relief and they'd resort to suicide.
"Doctors didn't diagnose my cancer then denied me pain medication"
The constant gaslighting made me feel like my pain didn't count.
Did Russia prime nuclear jets after Kremlin drone strike? What we know
The stunning images of the Kremlin roof on fire after being struck by two UAVs led to retaliatory rhetoric from Moscow and reports of nuclear escalation.
U.S. warns Sudan's warring generals against hiring Wagner mercenaries
"The Wagner Group is a destabilizing influence wherever they deploy," a State Department spokesperson told Newsweek.
Great Powers Are Failing Us on AI. It's Time for Small States To Step In
It may take a Small States Club to convert the risk of artificial intelligence (AI) into an opportunity.
U.S. troops may deploy to Finland bases amid Russia threat
A new agreement under discussion might allow the U.S. to fund significant military infrastructure in the newly-minted NATO nation.
Military Aid to Israel Offers Valuable Returns
The partnership between the United States and Israel is now being threatened by a few fringe members of Congress calling on President Biden to restrict military aid.
These two love languages are least likely to last, according to expert
Sometimes the way you express your love may be different from the way your partner experiences it. That's why you should know how to navigate love languages.
Russians will pay for "miscalculation" in Ukraine: new U.S. envoy to Moscow
"Our differences are with the government of Russia, but not with its people," Ambassador Lynne Tracy said.
Russian state TV shows map dividing U.S. up among other countries
Kremlin propagandist Vladimir Solovyov who regularly lashes out at the West's support of Ukraine, questioned how the U.S. expanded its territory.
"I moved to Canada because of Donald Trump"
I'm not only Jewish, but also a woman, and gay. "Three strikes against me," I thought to myself.
Fact Check: Have U.S. taxpayers sent over $200B to Ukraine?
Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson was among many conservative voices who have quoted the figure.
Stunning images capture northern lights over U.S. and Canada
A severe G4 geomagnetic storm, triggered by a coronal mass ejection from the sun, led to the spectacular aurora borealis being seen across North America.
Russia upset its reporters denied U.S. visas after WSJ journalist's arrest
Russian journalists were set to attend the United Nations Security Council meeting in New York City on Monday, along with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.
Ukraine hopes for "reasonable" U.S. 2024 candidates: Diplomat
"The picture some have in their minds that Ukraine is somehow aligned with Democrats is wrong," Vadym Prystaiko told Newsweek.