A Ukrainian official told the BBC they had preempted the China train diversion, and Russians fell into the sabotage "trap."
Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) went after Republicans who voted to expel former Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) on Friday but still support former President Trump, arguing Trump is much worse than Santos. Santos was expelled in a 311-114-2 vote early Friday, the third such attempt against the New York congressman over a series of alleged ethics…
The former president lost an appeal to overturn Engoron’s gag order against him on Thursday
The Institute for the Study of War said Russian forces were reportedly using SIM cards from Kyivstar "to control Shahed drones."
The recent attempt by China’s President Xi Jinping to halt worsening relations with the US in San Francisco – and so help his ever-downward-spiraling economy – was widely celebrated by the financial press, which noted the standing ovation American business elites gave Xi in San Francisco, after he told them that China is a “big market” and a willing “partner and friend” of the US.
The Alabama Republican and former football coach signals he's ready to end his blanket efforts.
Europe is not ready for war with an aggressive Russia and risks being “washed away” in a conflict, like how Napoleon dismantled the Holy Roman Empire, warns Germany’s pre-eminent military historian Sönke Neitzel, The Times reported on Nov. 30.
The California governor hit back at DeSantis for saying Biden has "no business running for president" in 2024.
Florida is abuzz with scandalous accusations that state’s GOP chairman and his anti-gay wife had sex with a woman, says columnist Fabiola Santiago | Opinion
The talk show host found a veep possibility for Trump that we should have seen coming.
Haley, not the coup-attempting former president, would be the toughest opponent for Biden, recent polling shows.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump is not immune from prosecution in his election interference case in Washington, a federal judge ruled Friday, knocking down the Republican's bid to derail the case charging him with plotting to overturn the 2020 presidential election. U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan's decision tees up a legal fight over the scope of presidential power that could ultimately reach the U.S Supreme Court. Trump, who has denied any wrongdoing in the case, is expected to quickly appeal
The U.S. Air Force has eliminated Boeing from its competition to develop a successor to the E-4B Nightwatch, Boeing confirmed on Friday, shaking up the battle to build the next version of the aircraft known as the "Doomsday Plane" due to its ability to survive a nuclear war. The move leaves privately-held defense contractor Sierra Nevada Corp as the lone company publicly vying for the Survivable Airborne Operations Center (SAOC) contract to eventually replace a fleet that has been in use since the 1970s. The Air Force, which plans to award a SAOC contract in 2024, declined to comment on whether other firms had submitted bids.
As former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley emerges as the most viable Republican contender against former President Donald Trump, anyone seeking to prevent another Trump nomination or a second Biden term should vote for her as the best choice, writes Geoff Duncan.
House Republicans demanded Friday that Hunter Biden appear this month for a closed-door deposition, rejecting his offer to testify publicly while pledging to release a transcript of the private interview for transparency. House Oversight Committee chair James Comer and Judiciary Committee chair Jim Jordan reiterated the parameters of the subpoena issued last month to Hunter Biden in a letter — obtained by The Associated Press — to his attorney. “The subpoenas Mr. Biden has received compel him to appear before the Committees for a deposition; they are not mere suggestions open to Mr. Biden’s interpretation or preference,” the Republican chairmen wrote in a letter to attorney Abbe Lowell.
Russian forces have been significantly reinforced, as fresh, well-trained reserves with have been sent to the Bakhmut sector, Senior Lieutenant Oleksiy Tarasenko, a deputy commander in Ukraine’s 5th Separate Assault Brigade told Radio Svoboda on Nov. 30.
China's President Xi Jinping has said the country's coast guard must enforce maritime law and crack down on "criminal activities" to defend China's territorial sovereignty, state media reported on Friday. Xi made the comments as he inspected the China Coast Guard's command office for the East China Sea area and the performance of the coast guard's ships by video, Xinhua news agency reported.
VICTORIA — British Columbia's solicitor general says the government has filed the first-ever application to secure an unexplained wealth order in Canada. Mike Farnworth says the notice of civil claim filed in B.C. Supreme Court is the start of a series of similar applications, which are powerful tools that "put those engaging in illegal activity on notice." A statement from Farnworth says the province "will not tolerate criminals prospering in our communities" and it will pursue illegally acquir
A Russian soldier captured in Avdiivka said he got almost no training before being sent to fight, and would just be told to pick up branches.
ReutersRon DeSantis bizarrely declared late Friday that he’s “excited” to be on the Colorado primary ballot—because he was told he had to be as a requirement by the state GOP. Doing his best impression of “excited,” the Florida governor told his more than 2 million followers on X: “To qualify for the CO primary ballot, the state party requires that candidates post something on social media that announces their excitement while encouraging their followers to follow the state party’s social media