(NEW YORK) -- The United States on Friday began to carry out airstrikes against Iran-backed militants and Iranian military targets in Iraq and Syria in retaliation for a drone attack on an American base in Jordan on Jan. 28 that killed three U.S. service... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The U.S. on Friday began to carry out strikes against Iran-backed militants and Iranian military targets in Iraq and Syria in retaliation for a drone strike on an American base in Jordan last Sunday that killed three U.S. service members.Dozens of... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- After carrying out dozens of strikes in Iraq and Syria last week, the U.S. will take "more action" against Iran-backed militants in response to a deadly drone attack on an American base in Jordan, the White House's national security adviser said Sunday."This was... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Tuesday called on his fellow Republican presidential candidates to have "more courage" and "to speak out" against those already offering to pardon former President Donald Trump.Asked about other White House hopefuls promising to pardon Trump, were he... Read More.
(COLUMBIA, S.C.) -- Former President Donald Trump made his campaign debut for his 2024 run on Saturday in two key early-voting states.Trump's first stop was in New Hampshire, where he teased a ramp-up in campaign events, laid out an agenda focused on crime, immigration... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Sierra Mist has officially fizzled out at PepsiCo, and the brand has replaced it with a new lemon-lime flavored soda, Starry.The "crisp, clear, refreshing" new caffeine-free soda was made "for a generation of irreverent optimists," the company said in its announcement... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Ahead of what could be their final investigative hearing, scheduled for Wednesday afternoon, members of the House Jan. 6 committee on Sunday offered a small preview of what is to come as they rapidly approach the end of their timeline.“We're not disclosing... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- A federal judge has found that former President Donald Trump "more likely than not" committed felony obstruction in the effort to overturn the 2020 presidential election.The judge said Trump's former lawyer John Eastman must turn over documents to the Jan. 6 House... Read More.