Reuters/Misha Japaridze/Pool/File PhotoYevgeny Prigozhin is preparing to pull his Wagner Group mercenaries’ attention away from the war in Ukraine, according to a Bloomberg report that cites sources familiar with the matter.His current plan is to focus the private mercenaries’ focus back to countries in Africa, such as Sudan, Mali, and the Central African Republic, where Wagner has deployed forces. On Monday, Wagner posted a recruitment notice offering deployments to African countries that would
Mr Trump’s rant about the city comes as a panel of New Yorkers will soon decide his fate – voting whether or not he will make history as the only former or current US president to ever be criminally indicted
In light of President Joe Biden’s visit to Canada, a new survey gives surprising insights into how people across this country feel about our current relationship with the U.S.
China's leader, Xi Jinping, appears to be using the leverage he has gained over Russia in the wake of the Ukraine war.
If Trump retakes the White House, he and his team will arrive with a detailed plot to take down the Manhattan DA
The "Daily Show" correspondent has a baffling debate with a supporter of the former president.
OTTAWA — The Prime Minister's Office says Justin Trudeau and his wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, stayed in a $6,000 per night hotel suite while attending the funeral for Queen Elizabeth II. The stay at the Corinthia London hotel became the subject of public debate last fall when media honed in on the details of the $400,000 trip, after obtaining documents through access-to-information requests. But Trudeau's office and Global Affairs Canada did not respond to questions last month about who stayed
The "Morning Joe" anchor called B.S. on a report that the former president is relishing his current legal predicament.
Ex-aide Stephanie Winston Wolkoff denies Melania left White House for DC hotel as Stormy Affair came to light in 2018
Former president is reportedly on the brink of being indicted
Ukraine's Ministry of Defense trolled the Michigan-born-turned-Russian citizen on Twitter.
A lawyer for Ray Epps, the man at the center of a prominent conspiracy theory about the Capitol riot, sent a letter Thursday to Fox News host Tucker Carlson demanding that he publicly retract his “false and defamatory statements” that Epps had worked as a government provocateur on Jan. 6, 2021, and helped to instigate the mob attack. The letter to Carlson from the lawyer, Michael Teter, also demanded a “formal on-air apology for the lies” that have been “spread about Mr. Epps” by others at Fox.
Resurfaced video shows Giuliani blowing apart Trump's new 'evidence' in Stormy Daniels case.mp4
The former senator from Minnesota roasted his onetime colleague from Maine.
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House GOP committee chairs have asked Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg to testify on the investigation into money paid to Stormy Daniels.
Joe Tacopina represents Trump in a potential criminal indictment over hush-money payments, a case where his own words could come back to bite him.
In today's episode of Ukraine: The Latest, we bring you updates from across Ukraine, dispel Russian misinformation on British tank rounds, and interview Kyiv Independent reporter Francis Farrell on his time reporting from the front lines across Ukraine.
A video shared by the Ukrainian military appears to show that Crotale-NG air defense systems donated from France have notched their first confirmed kill.
TAIPEI/TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) -Honduras denied on Wednesday it had demanded $2.5 billion in aid from Taiwan before its announcement to seek to open relations with China, instead saying the country had repeatedly requested Taiwan buy Honduran public debt. Honduras Foreign Minister Eduardo Enrique Reina told Reuters the $2.5 billion figure was "not a donation," but rather "a negotiated refinancing mechanism." A source familiar with the situation told Reuters earlier Wednesday Honduras had demanded the funds in aid from Taiwan the day before Honduran President Xiomara Castro tweeted her government would seek to open relations with China.