Schumer: Trump Impeachment Trial Allowed to Be Delayed on the Sabbath Day
Chuck Schumer said that the Senate allow a motion from one of the lawyers of the former president to postpone Trump's impeachment trial on the Sabbath day.
Biden Ends US Support to Saudi for Offensive Operations in Yemen
The step has reflected a distinct change in Washington's approach to the conflict and a renewed focus to find a diplomatic solution to the very long war.
Report: China to Build the World’s Biggest Dam on Sacred River
China will build the world's biggest dam in the Himalayas' foothills, where the ancient Yarlung civilization founded the first Tibetan Empire.
Kim Jong Un Brother's Assassination Case Now in the Documentary Movie
In February 2017, Kim Jong Nam, the brother of Korean dictator Kim Jong Un was publicly assassinated by two young women who were only dreaming of a show business future.
Report: China's Top Diplomat Blames Washington for Poor Bilateral Relations
China's top diplomat, in his first phone call to the new Secretary of State, once again blamed Washington for plunging bilateral relations to its lowest point.
Baby Bonds Bill to Provide $1,000 Savings for Every Newborn American
The Dems reintroduced a bill that would create a $1,000 baby bonds bill for every American when they are born that will not be touched until adulthood.
IRS Still Working on Stimulus Payment That Was Deposited to Incorrect Bank
The IRS' alarming note, coded "CP21C," told beneficiaries that the government was offsetting their stimulus payment.
Marjorie Taylor Greene Removed From the House After Receiving Backlash on Her Past Incendiary Statements
Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene was voted to be removed from her committee assignments by The House Thursday evening.
Stimulus Check Proposed by Biden to Save the US Economy Surfaces Debates
While President Biden still seeks to strike a bipartisan deal, his $1,400 stimulus check offered to Americans is still in Congress awaiting its approval.
Fake Stem Cell Treatment to Cure COVID-19 Allegedly Run by Missouri Lawmaker
A Missouri state representative and assistant physician are allegedly running a fraud scheme of fake stem cell use in administering treatments, including Covid-19.
US Vaccination Campaign To Open More Community Centers
The White House reported that to speed up their vaccination campaign, they would open more "community vaccination centers," using colleges, universities, and stadiums in many hard-hit states.
Jen Psaki's Homophobic Tweet to Senator Graham Receives Online Backlash
Jen Psaki was condemned for her homophobic tweet as it resurfaced from last year in which she used a word to describe Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham.
UN Security Council Fails To Agree on a Joint Statement Condemning the Myanmar Coup
The UN Security Council disagreed on a joint statement condemning the coup in Myanmar but said talks would continue.
Jeff Bezos of Amazon, Turns over the Company to Andy Jassy
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos will depart his post later this year, handing the helm over to the company's top cloud executive, Andy Jassy. Bezos will become Amazon's Executive Chairman of the Board.
New COVID Variant May Affect the COVID Vaccines Due to Its Mutation
A new covid variant that may affect vaccines, could mutate and cause COVID-19 to avoid antibody defense has now been found in the rapid spread in the UK.