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Georgia's Supreme Court ruled that the state's six-week abortion ban may go forward as law.
The European Parliament voted to designate Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism on Wednesday.
Christiano Ronaldo and Manchester United have agreed to mutually part ways. Where will the legendary soccer star end up next?
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz warned that Russia could be planning to escalate its invasion of Ukraine, as its military losses continue to pile up.
Argentina was upset by Saudi Arabia in the opening match for both sides, marking one of the tournament's most shocking defeats.
A man is facing charges of reckless homicide following a deadly crash that saw an SUV barrel into a Massachusetts Apple store, leaving one person dead.
Police remain in the dark about many of the questions surrounding the killing of four University of Idaho students.
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones won't be allowed back on Twitter says CEO Elon Musk.
One of the nation's largest rail unions rejected a proposal that would have halted a now-imminent December strike, raising concerns over the potential economic fallout.
House GOP members announced Thursday that they would reopen investigations around President Joe Biden's son, Hunter.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced her decision to step away from House leadership Thursday, leaving a void atop Democratic leadership.
With Republicans gaining control of the House, the search for Donald Trump's tax returns will likely come to an end.
Starbucks workers at over 100 U.S. stores will go on strike Thursday, disrupting one of the company's most popular promotions of the year.
Sen. Mitch McConnell has won reelection to lead Senate Republicans, becoming the longest serving party leader in Senate history.
Actor Kevin Spacey has been charged with seven more sexual offenses by authorities in the U.K.
The Biden administration has asked Congress to approve more than $46 billion in funding for Ukraine, as well as resources to battle an incoming winter Covid surge.
Poland's president on Wednesday said a missile strike within its border was "unfortunate accident" and not a deliberate Russian attack as originally feared. .
Rep. Kevin McCarthy won the GOP nomination for House Speaker following a late challenge from the far-right faction of his party.
A judge in Georgia ruled the state's abortion ban was unconstitutional, blocking the law that would forbid abortions past six weeks.
Former President Donald Trump is expected to announce a bid for the presidency in 2024 on Tuesday, despite a poor showing in last week's midterm elections.
According to the United Nations, Earth's population has reached 8 billion. The majority of growth has come from Asian and Sub-Saharan African nations.
The Supreme Court on Monday denied a request from Arizona GOP chairwoman Kelli Ward to block the Jan. 6 Committee from accessing her phone records.
Thousands of California university employees are striking for higher wages and improved child-care benefits.
President Joe Biden and China's Xi Jinping met Monday in Indonesia to discuss the two superpowers' contentious relationship.
Qatar has been a controversial choice to host the upcoming World Cup since being selected over a decade ago, take a look at the controversies that have come up.
A judge ordered InfoWars host and far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to pay $473 million in damages to family members of Sandy Hook victims.
The U.S. believes Russia and Ukraine each have over 100,000 casualties, providing an estimate to the brutal war that rages on.
Nike is likely to sever the relationship between itself and Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving, said co-founder Phil Knight.