House Conservatives Threaten Lawmakers With Government Shutdown Unless McConnell Prohibits Biden's Vaccine Mandates
The House Freedom Caucus is threatening United States President Joe Biden's vaccine mandates by urging Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to delay the passage of the spending bill. The situation could cause the American federal government to shut down for several days.
Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Pledges Allegiance to Taiwan, Says They’ll Support the Country Over China
Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is worried about the effects of the ongoing tensions between Taiwan and China on Japan.
Former Donald Trump Aide Cooperates With the House Select Committee Investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol Riot, Doesn't Want To Waive Executive Privilege
Mark Meadows, former Donald Trump aide, and his attorney hope that he won't be required to testify in front of Congress concerning the Jan. 6 Capitol riot investigations.
Netherlands Could Be First Country To Detect Latest COVID-19 Variant Omicron, Not South Africa
The Netherlands reportedly detected its first case of omicron five days before South Africa made an official announcement.
Court Documents Allege Ammo in 'Rust' Gun Incident With Alec Baldwin Was Recycled From Previous Film
Investigators revealed that the ammo used during the gun incident in the film "Rust" where Alec Baldwin accidentally shot two crew members, killing one, was live ammunition. A search warrant has been issued to allow authorities to scan the prop store where the production's supply came from.
China and Russia Potential Alliance With Iran Could Form Triumvirate; West Needs Tehran To Heel or Face Jeopardy
Western nations are worried that Iran could be allied to China and Russia will introduce a new dynamic that will be vastly different.
Alabama Woman Accused of Stealing Groceries at Walmart Receives $2.1M Pay in Damages, Says Staff Threatened Her Before She Was Arrested
Walmart released a statement saying that they will file a counter-motion against an Alabama woman awarded $2.1 million after she was accused of shoplifting.
Andrew Cuomo’s Brother Chris Cuomo Suspended For Breaking CNN’s Rules; Network Says They Understand It’s Family First
An emotional Chris Cuomo reportedly met with his staff after he was suspended by CNN.
'Culture of Abuse': Report Finds That 33% of Australian Parliament Workers Are Sexually Harassed, Afraid of Speaking Out
A new report found that 33% of Australian Parliament workers were victims of some form of sexual harassment or abuse, with the majority of victims being female staff members. The incident comes after the 456-page report notes that many of the respondents said they did not believe reporting the incidents would have changed anything.
Prince Charles Denounces Atrocity of Slavery as Barbados Cuts Ties With UK; Prince of Wales Appears To Fall Asleep During Ceremony
Prince Charles publicly condemns the "appalling atrocity of slavery" during the ceremony that marks Barbados as a republic.
Brian Laundrie's Parents Put Home For Sale as They Face Possible Charges of Tampering With Evidence
Chris and Roberta Laundrie, the parents of Brian Laundrie, whose partial skeletal remains were found amid the investigations into the death of his fiance, Gabby Petito, put their Florida home up for sale. The situation comes as the couple is facing potential charges for allegedly tampering with evidence.
Russia, China Team Up Against US in Shadow Space War, Cyber Attacks, Space Force Commander Claims
US satellites far beyond Earth's orbit face a near-constant barrage of threats from Russia and China, adding that the situation is only getting worse, says a Space Force Commander.
New York State of Emergency: What To Know About Gov. Kathy Hochul's Declaration as Preventive Measure Against Omicron Variant
Here are the things you need to know about Gov. Kathy Hochul's State of Emergency in New York effective on December 3, 2021.
Russia, Belarus Conduct Military Drills Close to the Ukraine Border As NATO Allegedly Deploys Its Forces
Reports that Russia and Belarus conduct military drills to practice as a force and to show solidarity in the face of the allies.
These Group Will Receive Increased SNAP Benefits; Here's How Claimants Can Save Cash by Christmas
SNAP benefits reform will make it easier for applicants to use their food stamps. Seniors and disabled persons will be able to recertify their benefits for 36 months beginning in December, a year longer than the previous deadline.