The former president's eldest son suggested Montana residents shoot down the balloon themselves — despite that being logistically impossible.
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RumbleRep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) lamented this week about how little she was getting paid as a member of Congress, claiming that her low Congressional salary had made her “life miserable” as she “made a lot more money” before stepping into public service.The MAGA firebrand, who fashions herself as a populist concerned about the plight of everyday Americans, recently appeared on investigative journalist turned professional troll Glenn Greenwald’s podcast. While ostensibly there to talk ab
"The Daily Show" correspondent returned from his latest Trump event with alarming news.
I don't mean to sound alarmist, but America faces an immediate and existential threat that should alarm you: Chinese super cows.
Sean Gallup-Pool/Getty ImagesRussia’s top diplomat said the actions of Western nations could soon turn Moldova into the “next Ukraine,” according to TASS.Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov accused Moldovan President Maia Sandu of being “eager to join NATO.” Sandu, Lavrov said, is “ready to unite with Romania and in fact, to do almost anything.”Romania is a member of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), which was created to provide collective security against Russia.Lavrov’s comments ap
"It's very difficult with what we have, because what we have was not meant to shoot down balloons," a former naval aviator told Insider.
‘There’s people that think that I said a phrase called Jewish space lasers – a phrase that I never said’
Turns out Russia is overselling its "unstoppable" hypersonic missile. Why? Because Mach 5+ missiles still can’t handle the heat, according to a U.S. report.
While North Koreans live within a rigid society with little connection to much of the outside world, they still go day-to-day living their lives.
"All of Ukraine that remains under Kyiv's rule will burn," journalist Nadana Fridrikhson quoted him as saying in a written interview with her. Fridrikhson asked Medvedev, who as deputy chairman of the Security Council has become one of Russia's most hawkish pro-war figures since its invasion of Ukraine, whether the use of longer-range weapons might force Russia to negotiate with Kyiv.
"Again and again we have to repel the aggression of the collective West," Putin said as Russia's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine continues.
A grand jury is now reportedly weighing charges against Donald Trump for the 2016 hush-money payments to Stormy Daniels.
Former President Donald Trump's Save America PAC paid Melania's stylist, Herve Pierre Braillard, for "strategy consulting," FEC filings show.
Georgia Rep. Andrew Clyde, who owns a gun store, has taken responsibility for handing out lapel pins in the shape of miniature AR-15 rifles.
Right-wing media personality suggests journalists have rocketed congressman from obscurity into ‘9/11 in human form’
The Senate minority leader previously said he had no hard feelings toward the men, but his actions said otherwise.
Sputnik/Evgeniy Paulin/KremlinRussia’s military is preparing for heavy losses ahead in a new offensive, according to a source apparently stationed at a Russian military headquarters in Ukraine, Novaya Gazeta reported.Russian President Vladimir Putin is preparing to send tens of thousands of men to war in Ukraine knowing very well that he is going to make them into “minced meat,” the source said.The source accused the Russian military of not taking any dangers of the offensive into account and pr
The Maryland Democrat referred to the ex-president as "basically a one-man crime wave" in an interview with MSNBC.
The Manhattan district attorney's office has recently threatened to file new criminal charges against former Trump Organization chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg, sources familiar with the matter told ABC News. Weisselberg, 75, is currently serving jail time at New York's Rikers Island after he pleaded guilty to tax fraud in August. The new charges, the sources said, would involve insurance fraud, a detail first reported by The New York Times.