The U.S. and Ukraine have different policy goals when it comes to Russia, a military veteran and journalist says.
New polling data by a conservative group shows a tied race to replace retiring Republican Senator Richard Burr.
Outspoken author and neuroscientist Sam Harris made comments regarding Hunter Biden that have garnered plenty of attention from conservatives.
The COVID-19 medicine reportedly leaves a bad taste in people's mouths (literally).
President Joe Biden has projected a sense of normalcy since the FBI recovered classified documents from Mar-a-Lago, while avoiding commenting on the issue.
The Ukraine war is turning Russia into "Beijing's junior partner," according to one analyst.
Things didn't have to be this way. Candidate Joe Biden promised he would unite America and "build back better."
The U.S. mission to NATO shared images on social media of exercises showing it was ready "to deter aggression."
Rudy Giuliani spent six hours in Fulton County, Georgia, on Wednesday facing questions before a special grand jury about the state's 2020 election results.
"The latest (and the last) Iranian drafting suggestions are not controversial," Russia's lead JCPOA negotiator Mikhail Ulyanov told Newsweek.
Military exercises will take place in eastern Russia for the first time since 2018, the year that Chinese troops first participated.
Tesla will again qualify for a tax credit after reaching its original cap in 2018, but not without stipulations restricting credits to a specific price point.
A U.S. official argued China had a "responsibility" to discuss arms control; a Chinese official called it an attempt to "deflect blame and distract attention."
The Syrian government has long considered the presence of U.S. troops illegal.
Climate and environmental justice advocates see a dark cloud on the horizon. Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer has announced that, as part of the deal to secure Senate passage of the IRA, he agreed to a second bill, misleadingly referred to as a "permitting reform" package.
Abbott's goal is to squeeze the vise tighter on those politicians, to force them to change course on national immigration policy.
A convincingly produced video suggests Kamala Harris appeared on CNN to talk about sexual favors, but was there some deep-fake sorcery at work?
The Ukrainian leader had been given detailed information on Russia's invasion from U.S. officials. But he said telling the public would've backfired.
President Joe Biden was first briefed on a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine last fall, according to a new report.
"Dr. Doom" warned that Americans are likely headed for tough economic times and inflation expectations could get "unhinged."
Republicans are still favored to win the House of Representatives in the 2022 midterms despite the Democrats' slight lead and recent legislative victories.
What the U.S. and China need to show is a deep, abiding commitment to climate action that proves they appreciate what's at stake for the Pacific Islands.
Promos for "Mike Lindell's MyStraw" and "Vax-Dar" were said to be among the advertisements seen on Trump's Truth Social app.
To head off the disaster of being criminally prosecuted by his political opponent, President Joe Biden should offer Trump an unconditional pardon immediately.
A new ranked-choice voting system in Alaska is predicted to help the incumbent Republican senator in Tuesday's primary.
Last month, Cheney did not rule out a possible run for the presidency in 2024, but insisted she was currently focused on re-election.
A year after the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, Azra Jafari, the country's first female mayor, fears for the women left behind.