Israel rejects Lebanon's changes to draft maritime deal
The major crisis in the U.S.-mediated talks could lead to a military escalation between Israel and Hezbollah.
‘US would destroy Russia’s entire army if Putin deploys nukes in Ukraine’
David Petraeus called it a ‘hypothetical’ response, adding he did not speak with national security advisor about possible US response
Democrats’ bill would pull US troops from Saudi, UAE over OPEC+ cuts
A trio of House Dems have introduced legislation that would remove the US military from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in response to a drastic cut in oil production by OPEC+.
Texas’s Greg Abbott used Covid funding to bus migrants out of state, report says
Texas uses loopholes to take Covid funding away from state resposne and pour into political stunt
Biden pardons thousands for 'simple possession' of marijuana
President Joe Biden is pardoning thousands of Americans convicted of “simple possession” of marijuana, as his administration takes a dramatic step toward decriminalizing the drug and addressing charging practices that disproportionately impact people
Micron Pledges $100 Billion for New Chip Factory in NY
Micron says the project will create the largest semiconductor factory in the US.
England players will show support for USA team
England players will show support for the United States when they play a friendly at Wembley on Friday after an inquiry uncovered "systemic" abuse and misconduct in their national league.
Taiwan says ‘Chip 4’ group discussed semiconductor supply chain resilience
The US convened the preliminary meeting with East Asian countries to address issues related to a chip shortage that has wreaked havoc on supply chains.
Gerrymandering, the Full Story
A Times analysis finds that the House of Representative has its fairest map in 40 years, despite recent gerrymandering.
Slashing oil production is a big two fingers to the US - but will it backfire for Russia?
A production cut of this magnitude will add to the tightness in supplies and push up the crude price and, with it, inflation.
U.S. Treasury encourages new laws to address crypto regulation gaps
The Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC), a U.S. regulatory panel comprising top financial regulators, on Monday recommended that Congress pass legislation addressing risks digital assets pose to the financial system, including bills to bolster ov
Palestinians mourn boy who died 'of fear' of Israeli troops
Men clutching the body of a 7-year-old Palestinian boy have marched through a town in the occupied West Bank to his final resting place, a day after his parents say he died from fear of Israeli soldiers
Iranian-American allowed out of Tehran prison for a week
Siamak Namazi, who was convicted of spying, released from detention amid reported US-Iran talks on prisoner releases.
Special forces in secret military midnight raid kill high-ranking ISIS leader
Syrian state television says that US special forces carried out a rare operation at a government-held village in the country's northeast, killing one person and capturing others
Japan takes shelter as North Korea fires ballistic missile
Japanese citizens were ordered to take shelter as North Korea fired a ballistic missile over the country in an escalation of its weapons testing spree.
Russian court sets Brittney Griner appeal date for Oct. 25
MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian court on Monday set Oct. 25 as the date for American basketball star Brittney Griner’s appeal against her nine-year prison sentence for drug possession. Griner, an eight-time all-star center with the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury an
Iran’s Supreme Leader Condemns Protests Gripping Country
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, speaking for the first time about the uprising, accused the U.S. and Israel of fomenting unrest and voiced support for the crackdown on protesters.
Officials: US to send Ukraine more advanced rocket systems
The U.S. will soon deliver four more advanced rocket systems to Ukraine, under a new $625 million package of aid expected to be announced Tuesday
UN: Nord Stream rupture may be biggest methane release
Researchers believe the rate of emissions may be higher than from a major leak from offshore oil and gas fields in Mexican waters of the Gulf of Mexico in December, which spilled about 100 metric tons of methane per hour.
Ed Sheeran to face copyright trial in US over claims he copied Marvin Gaye
Sheeran has recently hit out at 'baseless' copyright claims, saying they are 'way too common'
How Bad Is Flu Season 2022? Everything to Know
Experts warn that as travel has resumed and the masks have fallen off, influenza lurks. But there's an easy way to protect yourself.
Lauren Jackson ends Opals career on a high with basketball World Cup bronze
Lauren Jackson saved the best game of her Opals comeback for last, starring for Australia as they clinched World Cup bronze with a 95-65 defeat of Canada at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena.
Chinese billionaire Richard Liu settles US rape allegation
Netanyahu: Only pressure from me stopped Lapid surrendering to Lebanon
Likud leader's comments come after officials say Israel has rejected Lebanon’s requested modifications to a US-proposed maritime border deal
Biden Will Visit Puerto Rico to Survey Storm Damage
Utility companies are still working to restore power to thousands of customers on the island, nearly two weeks after Hurricane Fiona made landfall.