Doomsday Plane: Russia Is Developing a New Military Aircraft
Russia is developing a new "Doomsday plane," a military aircraft that can act as a flying command and control center in the event of a catastrophe such as a nuclear war.
US To Send F-22 Fighter Jets Amid Tensions With China
This month, the U.S. Air Force will deploy over two dozens of F-22 stealth aircraft to a training exercise in the western Pacific.
Murder Trial: Woman Stabbed 120 Times, Forensic Pathologist Says
Samantha Josephson, 21 years old, was stabbed approximately 120 times in her terrible March 2019 death, according to forensic pathologist evidence on Monday.
US Will Not Lift International Travel Restrictions Due to Delta Variant
The White House stated on Monday that the U.S. would not remove any current travel restrictions "at this time," owing to worries about the highly transmissible COVID-19 Delta variant and the increasing number of U.S. COVID-19 infections.
Biden Announces the End of Combat Role of US Troops in Iraq
President Joe Biden said Monday that the United States combat operation in Iraq would cease by the end of the year, a statement that reflects the realities on the ground rather than a significant change in U.S. strategy.
Washington Deputy Dies in a Shooting Incident; 2 Persons Arrested
Officers from the Vancouver, Washington, region are grieving the loss of a deputy who was killed in a shooting on Friday night.
Child Tax Credit: Here's Why You Might Have Received the Wrong Amount
The IRS is sure to make a few errors with a backlog of 35 million returns to process as of early July and now with child credit payments to distribute to 35 million households every month.
US Troops Will Continue to Launch Airstrikes Against Taliban If Needed
In the face of a massive Taliban assault, a top U.S. military commander says airstrikes would continue to help Afghan troops as the militia continues to advance.
Olympics: Will Shaner Wins Gold Medal in Air Rifle Competition, Sets New Record
A 20-year-old Kentucky shooter won the United States' second gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics. Will Shaner captured the U.S. shooting's first-ever gold medal in the men's 10-meter air rifle.
Former White House Physician Predicts Biden Will Resign, POTUS Needs To Take Cognitive Test
The former White House physician, Rep. Ronny Jackson, stated on Thursday that he believes President Biden would retire due to his poor cognitive skills.
Fauci Says US Is Going in the 'Wrong Direction' Against COVID-19, CDC May Update Mask Guidelines
Dr. Anthony Fauci warned on Sunday that the United States is going in the "wrong direction" as COVID-19 infections spread throughout the country due to unvaccinated individuals.
Biden Slams Trump During Campaign Rally in Virginia, POTUS Endorses McAuliffe
President Joe Biden was heckled at a campaign event in Virginia on Friday but brushed it off while raising support for former Governor Terry McAuliffe, who is running for re-election later this year.
Fourth Stimulus Checks: Will Lawmakers Discuss the Relief Aid this Summer?
The U.S. Congress is deferring discussion of another batch of payments until later this summer that might include another round of payments.
US To Withdraw Thousands of American Troops in Iraq
Iraq's Prime Minister will go to Washington this weekend to demand that President Biden remove all US combat troops from Iraq, telling Iraqi media that the visit would "bring an end to the presence of combat forces."
Republican Rep. Madison Cawthorn Proposes No-Fly For Illegals Act
North Carolina Republican Rep. Madison Cawthorn proposed a measure on Thursday that would prohibit the use of government money to pay airlines that transport illegal immigrants across the nation.