Senate Likely To Debate on National Defense Authorization Act Over Biden's Social Spending Bill This Week
The Senate will most likely have to wait several weeks for President Joe Biden's $1 trillion-plus social spending package to be debated.
WHO Says Europe Could Experience Half a Million COVID-19-Related Deaths in the Next Three Months, Potentially Become the Epicenter of the Pandemic Again
According to WHO Europe, the area, which spans as far east as the former Soviet republics in Central Asia, had approximately 1.8 million new cases every week.
Biden's Executive Order Enforcing Vaccine Mandate Affects Supply Chain, Workforce; National Guard May Alleviate Issues
President Joe Biden's goal to vaccinate the whole country might be jeopardized after a major distribution executive urged him to postpone the government regulations due to persistent supply chain concerns.
Department of Homeland Security Cancels Border Wall Contracts; Republican Representatives Criticize Biden Administration
After the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) revealed Friday that it was canceling a slew of Trump-era border wall contracts in Texas, Republicans in Congress reacted angrily.
South Korea Pushes To End Korean War To Restore Peace, North Korea Dismisses the Call
South Korea's call for a declaration to end the 1950-53 Korean War as a means to restore peace was rejected by North Korea, which said Friday that such a move might be used as a "smokescreen" to hide the US hostile policy against the North.
US To Ease Travel Restrictions For Fully Vaccinated Passengers From Selected Countries
The United States will reopen to air travelers from China, India, the United Kingdom, and other European nations who have received COVID-19 vaccines in early November, the White House said Monday, lifting severe pandemic-related travel restrictions imposed earlier this year.
Taliban Allows High Schools To Reopen for Boys; Signs of Ministry of Women Affairs Replaced With Ministry of Virtue and Vice
Afghan schools will reopen for males on Saturday, according to a statement from the Taliban's new ministry of education, which provided no indication of when girls will be allowed to return to their courses.
Justice for J6: Hundreds of Capitol Rioters Show Up on Saturday Despite Warnings from Right-Wing Figures
The organizer of the "Justice for J6" protest in solidarity with the Capitol rioters on January 6 praised the few hundred people who came out on Saturday.
Carmelo Anthony Never Expects To Become a Part of the Los Angeles Lakers
Despite having a lengthy relationship with the Lakers, Carmelo Anthony had never imagined himself in purple and gold or become a part of the Los Angeles Lakers until this summer.
Fourth Stimulus Check Starts to Roll Out in Some States; Child Tax Credit Payment May Be Released on August 13: Are You Eligible?
In the third wave of direct stimulus assistance, the IRS has given more than 169 million payments, with another 2.3 million individuals getting $1,400 checks last month. This time, some states start to distribute Fourth Stimulus Checks.
Kremlin Says Biden's Assessment of Russia Shows Lack of Knowledge
On Wednesday, the Kremlin criticized US President Joe Biden's characterization of Russia and said that it was inaccurate and showed a lack of understanding of the nation. Biden recently has blurted out that what Russia only possesses are nuclear weapons and oil.
State of New York Officially Bans Child Marriages
On Thursday, New York became the sixth state in the nation to outlaw minor-to-adult weddings, which disproportionately entail girls marrying older males.
Africypt Scam: South African Brothers Disappear With $3.6 Billion in Bitcoin
Two brothers in South Africa have vanished together with $3.6 billion in Bitcoin stored in their cryptocurrency financing platform.
Members of Team USA Speak Out Over the Recent Anti-Asian Incidents
Athletes of Team USA with Asian roots speak out over the recent anti-Asian incidents in the country before they will depart for Tokyo Olympics.
New CDC Report Says Vaccinated People are Unlikely to Suffer COVID-19 Infections
CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said that their new data suggest that vaccinated people do not carry the virus and do not get sick.