Former president criticises adult movie star and New York County District Attorney Alvin Bragg
Norway, Denmark, and Finland operate the top-tier F-35 fighter jets, while Sweden has its own Gripen E planes.
The previously pro-Donald Trump tabloid offered some harsh truths for supporters of the former president.
Life has been quieter than usual for residents of Taiwan on an outlying archipelago that is lined with sleepy fishing villages lapped by ocean waves.
As Donald Trump stares down a potential arrest, it is business as usual at his campaign rally.
Jordan initially said he hadn't read Trump's post. When a reporter showed it to him, Jordan said he couldn't read well without his glasses.
President Joe Biden is frustrated with Kamala Harris for not “rising to the occasion” and failing to take more “off his plate” for fear of not succeeding, according to reports.
After a reader tip, a New York Times reporter found the painting, gifted by El Salvador's president, in an obscure room at a Trump Hotel in Miami.
“He hasn’t changed in the slightest. There is no shame,” the editorial in the Murdoch-owned paper reads
A recent New York Times report detailed how some US volunteers have jeopardized the success of the war effort in Ukraine.
The former Republican Party boss bluntly summed up the modern GOP "in a nutshell."
The City of Mississauga rejected applications for two residential towers in Port Credit steps from two major transit stations this month, saying the buildings proposed were too tall. But the province of Ontario says the city can no longer make this type of decision due to municipal planning changes the province brought into play in late 2022. In November, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing approved a Peel Region official plan, which a ministry spokesperson told CBC Toronto "removed th
OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre said Friday he asked President Joe Biden to remove the U.S. government's requirement that Canadians be vaccinated for COVID-19 before crossing the border. He told reporters after their meeting that American citizens are no longer required to have their shots and Canada allows unvaccinated Americans to visit. "There are millions of good, decent, honourable people who, through a personal medical decision, are discriminated against at the border," Poili
News that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife stayed in a $6,000 a night hotel during the Queen's funeral is not sitting well with many Canadians.
The Ministry of Defence has been accused of “wasteful procurement” after five helicopters worth more than £35 million were mothballed before flying a single minute.
The Russian 155th Naval Infantry Brigade has suffered heavy losses in attempts to take the town of Vuhledar, the Institute for the Study of War said.
OTTAWA — When former president Barack Obama first visited Ottawa in 2009 he went home with souvenir cookies for his daughters bought during his unannounced visit to the famed ByWard Market, which local residents have been talking about ever since. When President Joe Biden departs after about 27 hours in the Canadian capital Friday night, he will carry with him a Canadian bar of chocolate. "I love chocolate," Biden said, after being handed a yellow-wrapped bar with the word "Peace" written on it
As possible indictment looms, former president launches first rally in Waco, which marks its 30th anniversary of massacre next month
Sergey Cherkasov sent jubilant messages to his handlers, per US court documents, but a few years later his fake identity fell to pieces.
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