Tunisia Faces Uncertainties as Citizens Are Divided in Support of New Government Officials
Residents of Tunisia are uncertain of their faiths after 63-year-old President Kais Saied ousted Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi. The incident also saw the suspension of Parliament for up to 30 days, which the president's political rivals consider a coup.
Donald Trump Jr. Dominates Most Popular Republicans Poll; Will He Run in the 2024 Election?
Donald Trump Jr., and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis lead a new poll on the most popular GOP personalities. Does the former president's eldest son plans to run in the 2024 election?
House Republicans Hold Pelosi Responsible for Jan. 6 US Capitol Siege for Neglecting Duty
House Republicans held a news conference centering specifically on targeted criticism at Nancy Pelosi. There were questions regarding why Speaker Pelosi did not ensure that US Capitol policemen had all the tools in their arsenal ready for that day.
Joe Biden Says Long COVID-19 Sufferers Can Qualify For Disability Benefits
During his remarks marking the 31st anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, President Joe Biden said those who deal with long-term COVID-19 symptoms may be eligible for disability benefits.
US Police Share Harrowing Details of Jan 6 Riot Amid Criticism of Republicans for Downplaying Incident
Capitol Hill police testified their accounts of the violent January 6 riot with some criticizing Republicans for downplaying the incident. Some police officers broke down in tears while detailing their experiences of the unprecedented attack.
North and South Korea Begin Addressing Relationship by Setting Up Communication Channels
The leaders of both North and South Korea have resumed communication channels between the two nations as they work together to address relations. The move comes as North Korea is plagued with a national food shortage after suffering devastating weather.
Biden Administration To Continue Fast-Track Exile for Migrant Families; Pressure on Joe Biden Mounts
Biden is in not in the easiest place regarding immigration. He vowed to continue the fight for undocumented Americans.
Billionaire Becomes Lebanon's New Prime Minister Amid Growing Economic Crisis
Lebanon appointed a billionaire as its newest Prime Minister amid the country's growing economic crisis in hopes of a positive result. Najib Mikati has previously served the country two times in 2005 and 2011 and called for unity among citizens.
Michigan Lawmakers Pocket Thousands of Bonuses in Covid-19 Relief Funds, Vow to Return Money After Backlash
Michigan lawmakers pledged to return the bonuses they received from Covid-19 relief funds after deciding to compensate themselves as "hazard pay" for working during the ongoing pandemic.
US-China Tensions Rise After Tumultuous Meeting Regarding Chinese Genocide But Continued Talks Still Possible
The United States and China continue to share a shaky relationship as officials from both sides recently met and discussed major issues, including Beijing's alleged genocide in the southern province of Xinjiang. President Joe Biden struggles to double down on China as the Asian nation's demands continue to grow in number.
Beijing Proposes Demands From Joe Biden; Vice Foreign Minister Says US in No Position to Lecture China
China has accused the United States of persecuting Beijing and appealed to Washington to remove tariffs and sanctions. The association between the two countries is important on a global scale and between the pair.
Russia, China Offer Support to Syria as Joe Biden Moves to Wind Down Afghanistan-Iraq War
Russia and China offered their support to Syria, while President Joe Biden vows that the US would complete its combat operation in Iraq by the end of the year.
Protesters Descend Outside White House, Accuse Joe Biden of Supporting Communism Amid Cuba Crisis
Protesters gathered in front of the White House to demand an end to the communist regime that kept Cuba isolated from the US, mocking President Joe Biden for not doing enough to press for change.
Gaza Bombarded by Jets as Israel Retaliates for Incendiary Balloons
Israel aircraft bombarded the city of Gaza after terrorist groups fired incendiary balloons towards the former region. The tensions between the two parties have grown and experts anticipate the violence to continue in the near future.
Tunisian President Dismisses Prime Minister After Being Accused of "Coup"
The Tunisian President Kais Saied froze the parliament on Sunday. Crowds of people were protesting in the capital and other cities.