The long-debated agreement on “Power of Siberia 2” (POS2) – a massive pipeline project to pump gas from Western Siberia to China via Mongolia – has become emblematic of the one-sided and slightly abusive relationship between China and Russia since the start of the Ukraine war. It is not good news for Moscow.
"I don't think you would do it," Hannity told Trump, offering him an out. But Trump replied, "I would do that," and claimed it was his "right."
The late night host had the receipts on the ex-president's Texas rally.
Before 1914, the world lived in the era of the Great Powers. After 1945, we had the Cold War and the two superpowers. Then, after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc, we had the unipolar era of Western hegemony – one that we are now told is coming to an end.
Vladimir Putin has announced that Russian tactical nuclear weapons will be stationed in Belarus. This new sabre-rattling was clearly intended to intimidate the West, and the free states of eastern Europe in particular; once deployed, these weapons systems would threaten a swathe of the continent from the Baltic States in the north, to Romania and Moldova in the south east. But there is also another motivation behind the decision. As even his old allies lose faith in the Kremlin’s power, Putin is
Afghanistan's rulers the Taliban claim to have rehabilitated hundreds of vehicles the US said it destroyed in its chaotic withdrawal in 2021.
As the potential indictment of former President Donald Trump over the "hush money" scandal looms, Jon Stewart shared his opinion with CNN on Saturday.
FBI investigation spans two years and several countries
Nicola Sturgeon has sent a letter resigning as the Scottish First Minister to the King.
"His end will not be a calm and quiet conclusion," the former Trump ally predicted.
The New York lawmaker is the second-ranking Democrat on the House Oversight Committee
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‘Whether Trump is for real or not, the deep state hates his guts and is scared of him, because they see him as a power rival,’ InfoWars host says
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Ukraine's army received its first batch of German Leopard 2 and British Challenger 2 heavy tanks ahead of a spring offensive.
The MSNBC host spotted a bad sign for the Florida governor's 2024 presidential hopes.
Critics shined a harsh light on Fox News contributor Miranda Devine for calling Trump a "sunny person."
Donald Trump prodded Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene to run for Senate in Georgia during his weekend rally. Senate Democrats say bring it.
A newly fired Fox News producer is seeking to recant testimony she said network lawyers coerced her into providing as Fox defends against Dominion Voting Systems' $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit. Abby Grossberg said Fox's lawyers left her feeling she "had to do everything possible to avoid becoming the 'star witness' for Dominion or else I would be seriously jeopardizing my career at Fox News." The former producer for Maria Bartiromo's Sunday morning show and later Tucker Carlson's prime-time show made the accusation as she filed amended lawsuits in Manhattan federal court and Delaware Superior Court accusing Fox of discrimination, retaliation, sexism and misogyny.
UPDATE | The federal government has tabled its 2023 budget. Click here for details and highlights. The federal budget, set for Tuesday, will include a grocery rebate measure aimed at lower income Canadians to help address the affordability crisis, particularly to mitigate the rising cost of food, CBC News has learned. A senior government official familiar with the budget, but not authorized to speak publicly before the budget is rolled out, told CBC News that the overall cost of the measure is "