Foreign Minister Dorde Radulovic told Newsweek that Podgorica wants to pivot West, but needs money to do so.
"Our police department is working closely with the FBI to identify what appears to be a pattern...but at this point, it's hard to tell," said New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker.
Many government offices are closed on Veterans Day, which is a federal holiday. But does this include U.S. post offices?
Washington and Beijing also agreed to share technology to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Abu-Ali Abdur'Rhanman was originally supposed to be executed on April 9, 2020, but was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite their slim leads, Republicans indicated they will ultimately prevail in the two House District races eligible for recounts.
So far, the drone video is the clearest footage of the 2020 shooting in Wisconsin to be seen.
A clear majority of voters support the recently passed $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package.
The first officer on the scene said he didn't have enough medical training to help Ahmaud Arbery's severe injuries after the shooting.
"The refusal to allow a student to use the correct restroom can be extremely damaging," ACLU of Indiana legal director Ken Falk said.
As Biden prepared to sign the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill, his predecessor fumed at GOP lawmakers who helped secure its passage.
Defense attorneys said the suspects were justified in chasing Arbery to detain him and that Travis McMichael fired in self-defense during an altercation.
The mandate will begin to be imposed on November 29. After the first offense warning, subsequent warnings could result in fines.
The document, which was created by Continental Army Major Moses Ashley in 1780, had been lost for generations.
The international standard of civil time from 1884 until 1972 was Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), before it was later known as Universal Time Coordinated (UTC).
The group was "interested in stealing credentials, maintaining access and gathering sensitive files from victim networks," a cybersecurity firm said.
"It is clear that the appearance of bias is present and it would seriously undermine the outcome of the case," said Circuit Judge Bruce Schroder.
The global death toll from COVID-19 topped 5 million on November 1, but experts have told Newsweek the true count could be two or three times higher.
A youth climate change activist group sued the government to change the country's energy system to ensure the future of the environment.
A year after George Floyd's death, Minneapolis voters were determining the future of policing in their city.
Russian President Vladimir Putin wants to tighten defense security amid recent movements from U.S. and NATO forces.
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio bashed corporate America in a new op-ed piece calling for accountability and to remove "wokeness" from the industry.
An Alabama judge accused of making racist and offensive comments in the workplace was removed from office.
Concerns over finding unbiased jurors for the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse are revealed as the judge in the case does not want to tip off potential jurors.
More Americans have died from COVID in nearly two years than all military casualties recorded during the Civil War.
Starting Nov. 8, once eligible travelers arrive at a U.S. land Port Of Embarkation (POE) or ferry terminal, they must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination, per the guidelines of the CDC.
Sleeve tattoos were first banned by the Marine Corps in 2007 because of the expectation that Marines must exceed the standards of the American people. That policy was reversed Friday.