Ukrainian soldiers stationed along Ukraine's border with Russia in the eastern Donbass regiontold Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) on Tuesday they "don’t believe a [Russian] invasion is coming" to the region as speculated by Western media in recent weeks.
On Wednesday, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) called out Secretary of State Antony Blinken for the "lie" that some stranded Americans actually want to stay in Afghanistan.
Fatalities were reported on Thursday after the Taliban opened fire at an Independence Day rally in a regional Afghanistan town where protesters were flying the flag used by the former Western-backed government.
Pennsylvania formally lifted the statewide mask mandate on Monday, weeks after other states lifted their face covering restrictions.
Tech giant Facebook has stated that it will stop protecting politicians on its platform from content moderation and will inform world leaders when they receive a "strike.
Broadway composer Andrew Lloyd Webber has said that people who decline to be vaccinated are "selfish" and similar to people who decide to drive drunk and kill others.
Demand for gasoline soared Monday as the shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline sent Americans to the pumps. Gas demand on the east coast of the U.S. rose 32.5 percent compared with the prior Monday, GasBuddy petroleum analyst Patrick De Haan
Three people were arrested in the French commune of Sarcelles after a mob of around 30 individuals laid siege to a local police station.
Sen. Ted Cruz went on vacation to Cancun, Mexico, as people in Texas dealt with electrical power outages and very cold weather.
The majority of American voters say the federal government is "biased in favor of bankers," while only a fraction believe there is a bias toward United States consumers, a poll reveals.
Emmet Sullivan, the federal judge who oversaw the contentious politically-charged case of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, is retiring from full-time status on the DC-based court.
A top Republican in the House has called on Secretary of State Anthony Blinken to demand reparations from China for the damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Teen spending is slowly ticking up from a two-decade low, according to Piper Sandler's 41st biannual “Taking Stock with Teens” report.
Last week, a customer refused to tip a server because the restaurant has a 90-minute time limit.
A video of a soon-to-be Harvard freshman sharing her admissions essay that details her experience with losing a parent has gone viral.
Prince Harry has accused his father Prince Charles of passing on "genetic pain and suffering" that he received from Queen Elizabeth II and the late Prince Philip.
The former “Smallville” actress called Raniere “twisted” in the letter which was filed in Brooklyn Federal Court per the New York Post.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki accused Republicans of being the party of defunding the police on Monday.
Fox News confirmed through his rep and his production company that Richard Donner died Monday. A cause of death was not disclosed.
Questions about the wellbeing of Britney Spears' dogs are being raised just days after the singer denied striking an employee who took them to the vet.
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