Joe Manchin Raises Fist to Bernie Sanders During Spending Negotiations, Says He is Offered to Leave the Democratic Party
West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin reportedly raised his fist to warn Bernie Sanders on President Joe Biden's social spending proposal.
Sen. Joe Manchin Allegedly Plans to Quit Party if He Doesn’t Get His Way on the Build Back Better Bill
Sen. Joe Manchin recently responded to rumors that he will quit the Democratic party if he doesn't get his way with regards to the Build Back Better bill.
Nearly 100 Afghan Refugees Arrive In Arkansas After Gov. Asa Hutchinson Allowed Them To Build Homes in the State
Ninety-eight Afghan refugees arrived in Arkansas this week to find their new home in the state.
New Zealand, United Kingdom’s New Free Trade Agreement Will Cut Red Tape for Businesses, End Tariffs on UK Exports
New Zealand and the United Kingdom just struck a free trade agreement that is expected to benefit both countries.
Senate Republicans Filibuster Voting Rights Legislation for the Third Time; Senate Democrats Could Make Important Changes to Ruling
Senate Republicans once again blocked the voting rights legislation that Senate Democrats have been fighting for.
Iranian Morality Police Arrests Woman Without Hijab Using a Dog Catcher's Pole, Treats the Offender Like an Animal
Iranian morality police using a dog catcher's pole to arrest a woman without hijab into the police van seemed a bit too extreme. The arrest could have been civil, but police used the animal control device in disrespectful treatment, not considering the woman is not a dog.
Nicole Young Serves Divorce Paper to Dr. Dre During Grandmother's Funeral Amid Bitter Court Battle
Dr. Dre was supposedly issued with divorce papers at his grandmother's funeral when a process server approached him on behalf of his estranged wife Nicole Young.
Vladimir Putin Orders Paid Shutdown For Workers Starting October 30 as Russia Tackles Rising COVID-19 Cases, Deaths
Vladimir Putin has ordered a one-week paid shutdown for Russian employees as Russia experiences mounting COVID-19 cases and deaths.
Several Members of the European Union Condemn North Korea's Recent Missile Test; Ambassadors Want To Enforce Sanctions
The United States and a number of European nations criticized North Korea's latest missile launch test on Wednesday.
UK Courts Help To Serve Prince Andrew with Legal Papers Over Sexual Assault Lawsuit, Documents Reveal
Legal papers detailing sexual assault allegations against Prince Andrew have been acknowledged by UK courts, documents revealed.
Hamtramck City Plans To Issue Free Water Filters to Its Residents as It Grapples With Elevated Levels of Lead in Its Drinking Water Supply
Another Michigan community has been dealing with high levels of lead in its drinking water supply for less than two weeks.
Trump Media and Technology Group and Digital World Acquisition Group Listed on the Nasdaq; Trump To Launch His Social Media Platform
Former President Donald Trump is creating his own social media app after being silenced by several big sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
Some Americans To Receive $500 Stimulus Check in the Next 3 Years; Who's Eligible for the Payment?
A city in the United States is exploring a three-year stimulus check program that would provide certain families with $500 monthly payments.
Russia Seeks To Exert Influence Over New Regime as Taliban Attends High-Profile Afghanistan Talks
The Taliban were welcomed in Moscow as the country strives to exert influence over the new leadership and vows to send humanitarian aid in Afghanistan soon.
Chicago Vaccine Mandate: Police Union Defies the Order, Asks Judge For a Temporary Restraining Order; Several Hundreds of Police Officers Summoned to the Headquarters To Save Their Jobs
A legal fight pitting the mayor of Chicago and the police superintendent against certain officers who are refusing to comply with a vaccination requirement that applies to all municipal workers has concluded in court, with the police union seeking a temporary restraining order.