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Guilty verdict in first trial under Hong Kong security law

HONG KONG--The first person to be tried under Hong Kong's sweeping national security law was found guilty of secessionism and terrorism on Tu

White House weighs pushing masks as COVID cases increase

The Biden administration is reportedly weighing whether to formally urge vaccinated Americans to once again mask up as the country experience

Biden admin walks back ties to group pushing critical race theory in schools

The Biden administration blamed an "error" Wednesday after promoting a radical activist group’s handbook that pushes critical race theory in

Russia warns US over hypersonic missiles in Europe, could lead to ‘inadvertent conflict’

The Russian Embassy in the U.S. did not mince words in a tweet late Monday warning Washington not to deploy hypersonic missiles in Europe.

India's COVID death toll could be in the millions

India's excess deaths during the pandemic could be a staggering 10 times the official COVID-19 toll, likely making it modern India’s worst hu

AOC, Omar silent after Black Lives Matter voices support for Cuban regime

Democratic Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and Cori Bush of Missouri have yet to weigh in on Black Lives

Lead investigator of eco-terrorist plot involving Biden nominee says she was the 'nastiest of the suspects'

The lead Forest Service investigator of the eco-terrorist plot involving President Biden's Bureau of Land Management (BLM) director nominee s

GOP senator says China won't ever behave in 'rational' fashion, slams liberal groups for wishful thinking

Tennessee Republican Sen. Bill Hagerty criticized the liberal groups that called on the Biden administration to soften its stance on China, s

US Army Special Ops veterans take matters into their own hands to get trusted ally out of Afghanistan

The lives of thousands of Afghan interpreters hang in the balance as districts in the unstable nation continue to fall to the Taliban amid th

Tokyo Olympics will take place without spectators

The Tokyo Olympics will be held without spectators this year amid the uptick in coronavirus cases in the country, Japan’s Olympics Minister T

Black Lives Matter Utah chapter calls American flag 'symbol of hatred'

In a fiery Fourth of July Facebook post, Utah’s Black Lives Matter Chapter declared the American flag "a symbol of hatred."

Israel used swarm of drones to attack Hamas terrorists: report

Israel reportedly used a swarm of drones to locate and attack Hamas targets during the 11 day conflict that broke out in May.

Plane with 28 passengers, crew missing in eastern Russia

An Antonov An-26 plane with 22 passengers and six crew members, flying from the city of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky to the town of Palana, went

Trump, at US-Mexico border, slams Biden for ‘open, really dangerous’ border

Former President Trump returned to the U.S.-Mexico border Wednesday, taking direct aim at President Biden for the surge this year in migrants

Supreme Court says California rule requiring nonprofits to reveal donor names is unconstitutional

The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a California law requiring nonprofits to reveal the names of their major donors to the government is "fa

Kamala Harris to make first trip to border more than 90 days since being tapped for crisis role

Vice President Kamala Harris is set to visit the U.S.-Mexico border on Friday, the White House confirmed, amid mounting criticism from Republ

Russia issues violent warning to protect sea borders against intrusion

Russia will be ready to fire to hit to protect its borders, a senior diplomat warned Thursday in the wake of a Black Sea incident in which a

California 'assault weapons' ban repeal blocked by 9th Circuit

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals temporarily blocked a federal district court ruling that would have repealed California's assault weapons ba

US hits encouraging milestones on virus deaths and shots

COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. have dipped below 300 a day for the first time since the early days of the disaster in March 2020, while the driv

Jobless claims unexpectedly climb off pandemic low

The number of Americans filing for first-time jobless benefits unexpectedly rose off a pandemic low last week, according to the Department of