There's one line her critics agreed with — but probably not in the way she was hoping.
President Joe Biden came out with vim and vigor in the State of the Union address and mopped the House floor with the Republican Party's remains.
With Russia back on the offensive after significant Ukrainian combat successes around Kharkiv and Kherson in the second half of 2022, the past few weeks have been the bloodiest so far of an already bloody war, with both sides taking extraordinarily heavy casualties. Expect it to get worse.
China has called the decision by the US military to ultimately shoot down the balloon an "overreaction."
Marjorie Taylor Greene suggested the Pentagon may have withheld information about Chinese spy balloons from Trump, and called for an investigation.
‘The Trump administration was a national security nightmare’
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said it was his intention to turn to Poland after Ukraine, while predicting that the Ukraine war will end this year.
OTTAWA — Alberta Premier Danielle Smith has met face to face with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a photo opportunity punctuated by short statements and a very awkward handshake. Smith and Trudeau met briefly to discuss shared aspirations and concerns over pending federal legislation aimed at helping Canadian workers adapt to the global move to increasing reliance on renewable energy. The short meeting began with Trudeau reaching down to shake hands, with Smith offering a hesitant palm down han
Kim Jong Un returned from one of his longest-ever breaks from public view to attend a military meeting on Monday.
Ukraine's MOD claims the move signals that Russia is considering a Gazprom-backed new mercenary army. Experts say it's plausible.
The former GOP House speaker "has no idea what he's talking about," Lieu said.
‘You ought to be embarrassed’, Sen Mitt Romney appears to tell embattled Republican congressman
Trump's new lawyer in the case brought by E. Jean Carroll asked for a six-week delay to the trial. The judge agreed to push it one week.
Alina Kabaeva, suspected to be Putin's girlfriend, said Russian media was a "military weapon" ahead of the one-year anniversary of the Ukraine war.
At the Port Authority in New York City, Ilze Thielmann greets would-be refugees as they step off buses. Many of them were put on buses in southern U.S. states, where officials say they are unable to deal with the deepening migrant crisis. Thielmann's non-profit organization, Team TLC, and others like it get funding from New York City to help those new arrivals get where they want to go. The process is called "re-ticketing." Many of them want to go north, to Plattsburgh, N.Y. — the closest town t
MONTREAL — Quebec's immigration minister says she was "surprised" to learn the City of New York is helping to provide free bus tickets to migrants heading north to claim asylum in Canada. Christine Fréchette says the story highlights the need for Ottawa to solve the problem at Roxham Road, which is an unofficial border crossing south of Montreal used by tens of thousands of people last year to claim asylum. New York City Mayor Eric Adams told Fox 5 this morning that his administration helps in t
Disagreement came as House voted to remove Ilhan Omar from committee
From a remote penal colony, where he has little control over his own fate, Alexei Navalny — the Russian dissident and President Vladimir Putin’s top political nemesis — has tried to steer the fate of Russia.
The European Parliament has been accused of putting Volodymyr Zelensky in danger after details of a planned appearance at a summit in Brussels this week were leaked from the institution.
ABC News’ Linsey Davis spoke with Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for her response to President Biden’s State of the Union address and Republican reactions during the speech.