Images of Putin gripping his chair and squirming next to President Xi in Moscow have again fuelled speculation about his health. He was filmed limping during a visit to Crimea a few days ago and during a February meeting with Belarus leader Alexander Lukashenko his leg was shaking uncontrollably. Since Putin invaded Ukraine last year, rumours of his physical well-being have been rife, with a range of theories from cancer to Parkinson’s.
"This is what's known as telling on yourself," one Twitter user commented.
Bragg's office has been investigating Donald Trump's role in hush-money payments made to Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election.
Leaders of the New York Young Republican Club told HuffPost they kept the rally tiny on purpose.
Trump's campaign said that it was compiling "millions and millions" of signatures to denounce a possible indictment, while also asking for more cash.
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Kremlin.ru/Handout via ReutersThe Kremlin has shifted to damage control mode after Vladimir Putin’s latest PR stunt was derailed by a public show of disgust for him.The Russian leader made a show of his alleged visit to Ukraine’s Mariupol over the weekend, in which people identified by the Kremlin as local residents treated him as their savior, thanking him for Russia’s “help” and calling their new home a “little piece of heaven.”In a brief part of the video that had apparently been overlooked b
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Pamela Brown persistently grilled Trump's evasive lawyer Drew Findling about the ex-president's call to Georgia asking for more votes to overturn the election.
The guests sat in awkward silence until Trump's audio reconnected. He then said: "What happened was that the radical left was working on the phone."
The Good Liars troll a right-wing network known for its fealty to the former president.
US soldiers in Turkey were helping distribute aid sent from around the world, including China. But Chinese media made it look like a bad thing.
No evidence has emerged that Russia or the Wagner Group have given its soldiers drugs. But it's not the first time Ukrainian soldiers have wondered about it.
The ministry said it summoned Canadian charge d'affaires Brian Ebel on Monday and told him Joly's comments were unacceptable. Canadian media quoted Joly as saying at a news conference on March 10: "We're able to see how much we're isolating the Russian regime right now — because we need to do so economically, politically and diplomatically — and what are the impacts also on society and how much we're seeing potential regime change in Russia."
"It's kind of the perfect place to send a message": A new Trump rally and the history of the federal raid on the Branch Davidian compound.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Tuesday that he would call a high-level meeting of the military organization’s main forum for cooperation with Ukraine next month despite objections from Hungary. The NATO-Ukraine Commission hasn't met at ministerial level for several years. The last meeting was held at a lower level in 2019 in Kyiv, with NATO ambassadors joining Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and some of his Cabinet ministers, about three years before Russia's full-scale invasion.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. Commerce Department on Tuesday released proposed rules to prevent $52 billion in semiconductor manufacturing and research funding from being used by China and other countries deemed of concern. This measure covers chips "including current-generation and mature-node chips used for quantum computing, in radiation-intensive environments, and for other specialized military capabilities." Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said "these guardrails will help ensure we stay ahead of adversaries for decades to come."
A "mysterious" explosion in Crimea destroyed Russian cruise missiles that likely were being readied to strike Ukrainian cities, Kyiv says. Updates.
Two ex-CIA officers are accusing Bush and Cheney of misrepresenting the evidence to sell the preordained invasion of Iraq, launched on March 20, 2003.