Russian lawmakers on Tuesday adopted two amendments that will allow Russian President Vladimir Putin to create temporary, decentralized military groups.
A clip of the president supposedly claiming to end the disease has been spreading on Twitter, although the comment appears to be taken out of context.
The House subcommittee on National Security, the Border, and Foreign Affairs will hold the hearing at 10 a.m. EST Wednesday.
The Biden administration filed a lawsuit against the state of Texas Monday over Abbott's use of a floating barrier in the Rio Grande to deter migrant crossings.
Massachusetts State Police said that Campbell was recovered in waters near the house of the former first family early Monday morning.
Russell's attorney sent a statement to the Hoover Police Department on behalf of his client, in which Russell said her kidnapping story was a "mistake."
A House committee on Wednesday will hear from three witnesses who claim to have experiences with unidentified anomalous phenomena while serving in the military.
The California Democrat said that Trump is acting "guilty" by asking for his classified documents trial to be postponed until after the 2024 election.
"I think it was a real coup, but it was a coup against the Russian military and not against Mr. Putin," Ilya Ponomarev said of the failed Wagner mutiny.
Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley published the document on Thursday that accuses the Biden family of accepting a bribery scheme from a Ukrainian executive.
Cannon was convicted in 1996 for stabbing a young mother to death. He is the second person to die by lethal injection in Oklahoma this year.
The ex-president's legal team has requested delaying the trial in the classified documents case until after the 2024 election.
The conservative commentator criticized Russell after police said on Wednesday that they could not confirm her claims that she was abducted last week.
Mark Hertling said during an appearance on CNN Wednesday that he considers himself "woke" as both a soldier and citizen of Florida.
Cannon was convicted in 1996 for the death of Sharonda Clark, who was found mortally stabbed in her apartment in February 1995.
Hoover police also shared information about the moments leading up to Russell's return home, which was partially captured by a neighbor's surveillance camera.
The owner of the spa where Russell works said in a release Tuesday that his staff has been working with police since the morning after her disappearance.
Trump's target letter from the DOJ indicates that Special Counsel Jack Smith is ready to charge him in the January 6 probe, former prosecutor Joyce Vance said.
An Army spokesperson confirmed to Newsweek the identity of the decorated U.S. soldier who "willfully and without authorization" crossed the demarcation line.
Kyiv has not claimed responsibility for the explosion along the Kerch Strait Bridge, but the damage could impact Russian troops fighting in southern Ukraine.
Kirby's comments arrive a few days after the House passed the 2024 NDAA draft, which included a measure that blocks the Pentagon's abortion policy.
The former president filed a petition to have the evidence in Willis' election interference probe be quashed.
The Ukrainian Defense Ministry said that three Russian service members were killed in total during the attack in southern Ukraine.
Arizona Representative Eli Crane was quickly denounced for using the dated, offensive term during a heated exchange on the House floor Thursday.
The House passed an amendment to the national defense bill that blocks the Pentagon from reimbursing service members who must travel for reproductive care.
A California school district voted to reject a state-recommended curriculum due to a textbook included in the guidelines that mentions gay-rights icon Milk.
The ex-president has said that he will not participate in next month's primary debate, but his challengers are turning up the heat on his decision to back out.
The DOJ filed appeals against eight sentences issued to members of the Oath Keepers who were found guilty in the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.