Two police officers in Athens, Alabama, are being called hometown heroes for recently saving two lives in two days during roadside emergencies.
Democrat congressman from California, Ro Khanna (D-CA), disagrees with President Biden’s approach to the Middle East
ROME — Pope Francis touched down in Iraq Friday to begin a three-day visit with a focus on inter-religious harmony and peace.
Border Patrol agents apprehended nearly 100,000 migrants along the U.S.-Mexico border in February, according to information leaked to Reuters by federal officials. This represents the largest number of migrant apprehensions in February since 2006.
Democrat senators celebrated the upper chamber's passage of the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief measure on Saturday, framing it as "just the start of what Congress can do" moving forward.
The leaders of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) have united in a joint condemnation of the taxpayer-funded abortion included in the Democrats’ American Rescue Plan.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces opposition from amongst his own Conservative MPs over the government's recommendation that children wear masks in classrooms if they cannot socially distance, with leading backbencher Sir Graham Brady warning it will cause psychological damage and disrupt
The upcoming Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance for vaccinated individuals will not be a return to pre-pandemic normalcy, according to CNN.
Nigerian soldiers reportedlyshotat least three people on Wednesday at a Nigerian Army handover ceremony to return 277 schoolgirls recently freed by their Jihadi kidnappers to their parents in Zamfara state.
Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) on Friday sounded off on Under Secretary of Defense for Policy nominee Colin Kahl and his rhetoric on social media. Kahl, whose Senate confirmation was held the day before, has since apologized for his tweets.
On Friday, Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) reacted to the Democrats' proposed $1.9 trillion infrastructure bill that comes as Congress weighs a $1.9 trillion COVID relief package.
Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves will sign a bill into law protecting female athletes in high schools and colleges from competing against men.
A judge has barred an Arizona man from calling himself a certified public accountant (CPA) after he allegedly secured over $1 million in federal loans while posing as a licensed CPA.
The number of migrant youth daily referred to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for release into the United States has surged nearly 600 percent since President Trump was in office, newly released data reveals.
Vice President Kamala Harris spoke toIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday about the U.S.-Israel partnership.
“Dr. Seuss is a legend! We love ‘Hop on Pop.’ Uncle Joe’s lost his mind; 'cancel culture' must stop.”
President Joe Biden is sending a group of senior administration officials to the border, the White House revealed Thursday.
Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, is receiving support from a former colleague following allegations of bullying during her time as a working royal inKensington Palace.
A spokesperson for the Duchess of Sussex has disputed the bullying allegations.
Dr. Seuss’ books seem more popular than ever amid the controversy over a small selection of titles that will no longer be sold because they were deemed to have "insensitive and racist imagery.
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