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Russia tries to blackmail WSJ with veiled threat about Evan Gershkovich
A Moscow court extended Evan Gershkovich's arrest for three more months in a pre-trial hearing on Tuesday, a decision that he appealed against.
Pentagon making race-specific bioweapons to target citizens, China says
"The Pentagon has formulated plans for hitting opponents with genetically engineered weapons," a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said.
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.
Russia will not tolerate U.S. "pressure" over Gershkovich, warns official
Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said U.S. consular officials have not had access to Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich since he was detained.
Russia arrests Wall Street Journal reporter, says he was spying for U.S.
Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich was detained in the city of Yekaterinburg, the FSB said.
Trump can torture the GOP if he doesn't get his way: Ex-Bush speechwriter
Republicans are raising concerns that Trump may make it difficult for another Republican to win the 2024 presidential election if he loses the primaries.
Chinese COVID lab leak debate resurges after new report drops
The Department of Energy became the second federal agency to determine that COVID-19 originated from a lab leak in China.
Trump lashes out as a powerful network of donors disappears
Trump denounced "globalists" while insisting that he did not want donations from a group led by conservative billionaire Charles Koch.
Biden may give Abrams tanks to Ukraine in huge boost for Zelensky: Report
Reuters reported that the U.S. could announce a plan this week that would provide Ukraine with battle tanks.
Many House Republicans "too dimwitted" to wield power: Wall Street Journal
The GOP's razor-thin new House majority is presenting significant headaches for Representative Kevin McCarthy and sowing division in the party.
Donald Trump bemoans Fox News being "terrible to me," draws 2016 comparison
In the wake of the midterm elections Fox News featured a number of commentators who openly called for Ron DeSantis to lead the GOP in 2024 instead of Trump.
WSJ slams Trump's "dereliction of duty," calls Jan. 6 evidence "convincing"
The newspaper's latest editorial builds on a growing body of work by the Rupert Murdoch property critical of the former president.
Liz Cheney Proposes Bill to Stop Another Jan. 6 Attack
Cheney and Democrat congresswoman Zoe Lofgren suggested updating the Electoral Count Act of 1887 on the basis of "four fundamental principles."
How Donald Trump Lost Powerful Media Conservatives
Fox News host Laura Ingraham recently suggested that Trump supporters could think "it's time to turn the page" on the former president.
Equifax Share Price Hits Monthly High After Credit Score Error
The agency sent inaccurate scores that hurt consumer's abilities to get loans putting the glitch down to a "coding issue."
Elon Musk Bemoans 'Supernova' Media Coverage After Private Life Allegations
Billionaire Musk has vowed to focus on his work after being the subject of a number of "trivial articles" recently.
Who Is Nicole Shanahan? Sergey Brin's Wife Named in Elon Musk Allegations
Musk has denied allegations that he had an affair with Shanahan, the wife of Google co-founder Brin.
What Elon Musk Has Said About Sergey Brin Amid Affair Reports with His Wife
Newsweek has everything you need to know about the latest news surrounding Elon Musk's comments about Sergey Brin, and the rumors of the affair.
Elon Musk Denies Sergey Brin Wife Affair: 'Haven't Even Had Sex in Ages'
Elon Musk lashed out at the allegations and said he had such a busy work schedule he did not have time for "shenanigans."
'Rude As F**k': Internet Enraged by Viral Story About Wearing Shoes Inside
"Here's why you're not invited many places," one Twitter user wrote.
Cyber Attack Linked to China Targets WSJ, New York Post, News Corp
The hack reportedly hit several news corp media outlets around the world.
Wharton Students Don't Have a Clue How Much the Average American Earns
The viral tweet by a Wharton professor received a host of different reactions on social media, some angry, others humorous.
Fox News Christmas Tree Arson Suspect Free on No Bail, Hours After Arrest
The changes were implemented in January 2020, preventing cash bails for most misdemeanors and nonviolent offenses.
GOP 'Outrage' Over Biden Talks to Pay Migrant Families Separated at Border
The administration is reportedly negotiating settlements of $450,000 per person for those who suffered under Donald Trump's zero-tolerance immigration policy.
Facebook Discussed if It Could 'Leverage Playdates' to Target Youth: Report
A recent story says leaked internal documents show Facebook looked into ways to further reach children as young as 10.
Who Does Facebook's VIP 'XCheck' Program Protect in Community Shield?
A new report reveals a look at some of the elite names associated with a Facebook program that uses different moderation policies.
American Newspapers Ask Biden for Evacuation Of Journalists From Kabul
The publisher of The Washington Post, Fred Ryan, is asking for the administration's help in getting "204 journalists, support staff and families" in Kabul to safety.
Donald Trump Denies Shouting Match With General—'I Would Have Fired Him'
The claim is one of a number of allegations to appear in Michael Bender's new book, "Frankly, We Did Win This Election."
Trump Rebukes WSJ After Op-Ed Questions His Role in the GOP
"Fortunately, nobody cares much about The Wall Street Journal editorial anymore. They have lost great credibility," the former president said in a statement.
Extent of Trump's Usefulness to GOP Questioned by WSJ Editorial Board
"If CPAC represented America, Mr. Trump would still reside in the White House, not Mar-a-Lago," the board wrote.