A U.S. drone in Syria was damaged on Sunday by Russian aircraft, U.S. officials confirmed on Tuesday.
Pastor Hank Kunneman referenced Ramaswamy's Hindu faith in a recent sermon warning Americans not to vote for him.
Colonel Yevgeny Vashunin was killed during Ukraine's ongoing counteroffensive.
The former aide drew plenty of attention in 2018 when he published an anonymous essay criticizing the former president.
The Colorado congresswoman alleged she has faced harassment from the parent of a Uvalde school shooting victim in the past.
The resignation of a university president in the wake of a botched hiring involving a Black academic still has many unanswered questions.
The governor and GOP presidential candidate says Bud Light's "radical social policies" are negatively affected Florida public employees' pensions.
More details have emerged from a previously redacted FBI document that Republicans allege shows a pattern of criminality by the Biden family.
A U.S. submarine made an appearance in a South Korean port for the first time since the 1980s.
The former CEO, Patrick Byrne, testified in front of the January 6 Committee last year regarding the 2020 election.
The images were displayed as two IRS whistleblowers discussed allegations facing the president's son.
"I turned around, I'm being surrounded. They're shouting everywhere," said one of the protesters.
"By cultivating free speech, mutual respect and values of inclusion, we seek to foster a sense of belonging for everyone on campus," Wesleyan's president said.
Boebert's actions were called "disgusting" by an organization composed of families who suffered losses at Uvalde.
The former South Carolina governor and every other 2024 GOP presidential candidate trails former President Donald Trump based on polling.
A new Department of Justice letter may signal another impending indictment for DeSantis' 2024 rival.
A GOP House Oversight Committee hearing on Wednesday will feature whistleblowers who will allegedly detail investigation interference related to the Bidens.
Alabama's redrawn congressional map requires two Black-majority voting districts, but the map that passed Monday has only one.
The transgender swimmer has faced criticism for competing in female competitions and setting records.
"They literally marginalized me as an individual," said Tabia Lee, who has sued her former employer and wants her job back.
"Any type of extreme heat that is going to occur might catch people off guard," one medical expert told Newsweek.
The representative from Georgia voted for the defense bill even though she has admonished additional funding for Ukraine.
Kushner reportedly testified in front of a grand jury regarding his father-in-law's actions surrounding January 6, 2021.
A group of committee Democrats blocked legislation on Tuesday that would make human trafficking of minors a "serious" felony.
Colorado Representative Lauren Boebert told Newsweek that the investigation's results are "outrageous."
The movie centered on human trafficking has made tens of millions at the box office, though some believe Hollywood is suppressing its screenings.
An ex-Marine and Donald Trump supporter is suing Fox News for defamation, claiming the network used him as a "scapegoat" to peddle false 2020 election claims.