Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said missiles and artillery systems play a significant role in "effectively defeating the enemy."
The director of Russian independent pollster Levada Center believed that Vladimir Putin's mobilization order contributed to the rise in support of peace talks.
Ripe Revival credited the creation of its business to Ivanka Trump and the Farmers to Families Food Box program she spearheaded.
Xi Van Fleet, a survivor of Mao Zedong's communist revolution, said the Chinese people have reached their breaking point due to Xi Jinping's zero-COVID policy.
The landmark "Respect for Marriage" bill avoided a filibuster again after the Senate voted to approve the measure 61-36.
The rollout of the crowd-dispersing drone is seen as Russia's response to some concerns about large anti-war protests that could break out in the country.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said Apple would be making a "huge mistake" if the tech giant pulls Twitter from the App Store.
Manhattan prosecutors described the suspect, Shaikh Abdullah Faisal, as "one of the most influential English-speaking terrorists of our times."
The Iranian regime reportedly sent military officers to Qatar to monitor the activities of its national soccer team during the World Cup.
The widow of the Russian colonel believed that her husband wanted to tell Russian officials that there was a problem in their war efforts.
Russian President Vladimir Putin paid tribute to the soldiers defending "Novorossiya"—a historical term for "new Russia" often used by Russian nationalists.
Scientists said the microbe's capability of infecting cells despite being trapped for thousands of years is causing concerns about "zombie viruses."
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson urged former President Donald Trump, who recently launched his 2024 bid, to "stay away" from extremists.
One of the soccer fans uses social media to raise awareness of the World Cup host country's repressive anti-LGBTQ policies.
The speaker of the Russian State Duma said 45,000 babies born to Russian surrogate mothers have been taken abroad in the past few years.
This year, the United States recorded 39,816 gun-related deaths, a gruesome reminder of the never-ending gun violence.
The Ukrainian anti-disinformation office branded Russian media's claims of staging a power plant shutdown as "pure manipulation."
The top Russian infectious diseases specialist noted that the elderly and immunocompromised people make up the bulk of COVID-19 hospitalizations.
A Russian LGBT support group fears that the ban might unleash a new wave of discrimination against the community within the country.
Alexander Sholokhov, the first deputy chairman of the Russian State Duma, opposed such a move.
The Treasury Department warned individuals and foreign financial entities against engaging in transactions with the sanctioned Iranian government officials.
Some grocery stores will still open their doors to customers who are in a rush to complete their ingredients on Thanksgiving Day.
Manchester United said it has started a process to explore strategic alternatives for the club, including a new investment or a potential sale.
Despite the poll results, a Kremlin source reportedly said Russian President Vladimir Putin's administration does not believe large anti-war protests will occur.
The computer maker said its staff reduction program would generate around $1.4 billion in annualized savings in the next three years.
German authorities had been investigating Yulia Prokhorova for glorifying Russian aggression and harassing Ukrainians.
U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris hailed the "long and enduring" relationship between the United States and the Philippines and their respect for international law.
Rafael Grossi, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, described the fresh clashes around the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant as a "close call."
An official of Alexei Navalny's Anti-Corruption Foundation accused prison officials of torturing and letting the Russian dissident freeze to death.
Israeli military intelligence chief Maj. Gen. Aharon Haliva alleged that Iran is considering attacking the World Cup in Qatar due to international pressures.