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.
The late night host had the receipts on the ex-president's Texas rally.
"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."
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.
The US Department of the Treasury has linked the Alfa Nero to Andrey Guryev, who the department said is a "close associate" of Vladimir Putin's.
Afghanistan's rulers the Taliban claim to have rehabilitated hundreds of vehicles the US said it destroyed in its chaotic withdrawal in 2021.
The woman was arrested after waving a knife at a couple with two young children, according Politico
The actor has a theory to explain what's really going on.
Sean Hannity asked the former president about his "death & destruction" and baseball bat posts targeting the Manhattan district attorney.
Nicola Sturgeon has sent a letter resigning as the Scottish First Minister to the King.
FBI investigation spans two years and several countries
"His end will not be a calm and quiet conclusion," the former Trump ally predicted.
Vladimir Putin's plan to station Russian nuclear weapons in Belarus "humiliated" China's President Xi Jinping, according to Michael McFaul, a former US envoy to Russia.
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UPDATE, 12:39 PM ET: The judge presiding over Dominion’s defamation case against Fox pushed back on the network’s attorneys for their argument that Rupert Murdoch would be unable to testify live in the upcoming trial. In a hearing on Tuesday, Delaware Superior Court Judge Eric Davis cited a letter he received from the Fox legal […]
Ukraine's army received its first batch of German Leopard 2 and British Challenger 2 heavy tanks ahead of a spring offensive.
Critics shined a harsh light on Fox News contributor Miranda Devine for calling Trump a "sunny person."
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) -China spent $240 billion bailing out 22 developing countries between 2008 and 2021, with the amount soaring in recent years as more have struggled to repay loans spent building "Belt and Road" infrastructure, a study published on Tuesday showed. Almost 80% of the lending was made between 2016 and 2021, mainly to middle-income countries including Argentina, Mongolia and Pakistan, according to the report by researchers from the World Bank, Harvard Kennedy School, AidData and the Kiel Institute for the World Economy. China has lent hundreds of billions of dollars to build infrastructure in developing countries, but lending has tailed off since 2016 as many projects have failed to pay the expected financial dividends.
The U.S. must use its influence to block Russian President Vladimir Putin’s crony from taking power at the U.N. Security Council
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.