News Donald Trump on Monday sued CNN saying that the network had defamed him, and now he is seeking $475 million in damages.
News Arizona students staged a school walkout on Thursday in protest of Gov. Doug Ducey's anti-LGBT laws that are to take effect in the future.
News Imprisoned Putin critic Alexei Navalny has called for government reform across the board on Friday in order to prevent future wars from being instigated by the Russian government.
News Two short-range ballistic missiles were test fired by North Korea on Saturday, making it the fourth round this week
News Trump White House aides are yet to return all the records, the National Archives and Records Administration informed Congress on Friday.
U.S. President Joe Biden and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis have set aside their political feud to work together to help Florida residents of Florida affected by Hurricane Ian.
U.S. Personal letters between former President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un revealed the extent of their relationship.
World Russian President Vladimir Putin called Western morals as "Satanism."
News Western leaders warn of an impending nuclear strike from the Kremlin in a show of force that has American citizens urgently recalled from Russia.
News Despite a negative market reaction and an increased public outcry, British Prime Ministry Liz Truss continues to stand by her administration's "mini-budget."
News A fourth leak has been found in the Nord Stream pipelines on Thursday, as European officials say that Russian naval forces were found close to where the leaks were, despite Russia's denials of...
News The Queen of Denmark stripped her grandchildren by her second son Prince Joachim of their royal titles on Thursday, eliciting negative reactions from her son and his family.
U.S. An Army doctor and her spouse, a Johns Hopkins doctor, were charged for allegedly conspiring to give the Russian government US soldiers' medical information.
News A new poll showed that many voters in Texas, particularly Hispanics, are concerned with conditions at the border and support migrant busing.
News Chinese President Xi Jinping squashes unfounded rumors of a coup amid his absence by making his first public appearance since his trip to Central Asia.