Putin warns that sending Western troops to Ukraine risks a global nuclear conflict

Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed yesterday to fulfill Moscow’s goals in Ukraine and sternly warned the West against deeper involvement in the fighting, saying that

US adults fracture along party lines in support for Ukraine military funding: AP-NORC

As Russia makes battlefield advances and Ukrainian soldiers run short on ammunition, U.S. adults have become fractured along party lines in their support for sending military

Mysterious world’s richest Bitcoin investor joins top 130 rich-list overnight

The world’s richest Bitcoin investor has seen their fortune hit a staggering $15 billion – a $2 billion increase in just 24 hours, U.K. media reported yesterday. After days

Russia: Putin warns that sending Western troops to Ukraine risks a global nuclear conflict

Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed today (Thursday) to fulfill Moscow’s goals in Ukraine and sternly warned the West against deeper involvement in the fighting, saying that such a move is fraught with the risk of a global nuclear conflict.

Army is slashing thousands of posts in major revamp to prepare for future wars

The U.S. Army is slashing the size of its force by about 24,000, or almost 5%, and restructuring to be better able to fight the next major

Most Security Council members demand Taliban rescind decrees oppressing women and girls

More than two-thirds of the U.N. Security Council’s members demanded yesterday that the Taliban rescind all policies and decrees oppressing and discriminating against women and girls, including

Israel’s air force strikes deep inside Lebanon, killing two people, after Hezbollah downs a drone

The Israeli military said its air force yesterday struck targets of the militant Hezbollah group “deep inside Lebanon,” where residents reported explosions near the northeastern city of

Russia Body of opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been handed over to his mother, aide says

The body of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been handed over to his mother, a top aide to Navalny said Saturday on his social media

A World War II bomb prompted an evacuation in England before being taken to sea to be blown up

An unexploded World War II bomb was safely transported Friday through the eerily empty streets of the southwestern English port city of Plymouth before being

Wealthier, urban Americans have access to more local news – while half of US counties have only one outlet

Is local news readily available in your town? Do reporters still cover your school board and other municipal meetings? If you answered yes, you

Silent brain changes precede Alzheimer’s; new clues about which come first

Alzheimer’s quietly ravages the brain long before symptoms appear and now scientists have new clues about the dominolike sequence of those changes — a potential window to

How’s an ex-FBI informant charged with lying about Bidens allegedly linked to Russian intelligence?

The explosive allegations at the center of an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden were false, federal prosecutors said, and came from an ex-FBI informant who

Boeing ousts head of 737 jetliner program weeks after panel blowout on a flight over Oregon

Boeing said that the head of its 737 jetliner program is leaving the company in an executive shake-up weeks after a door panel blew out on a flight

How the Kremlin weaponized Russian history — and has used it to justify the war in Ukraine

Earlier this month, when Tucker Carlson asked Vladimir Putin about his reasons for invading Ukraine two years ago, Putin gave him a lecture on Russian history.

Lawyers for the US will tell court why Assange should face spying charges

Lawyers for the American government are to tell a London court today why they think Julian Assange should face espionage charges in the United States, in response

Israel orders new evacuations in northern Gaza, where UN says one in six children are malnourished

Israel ordered new evacuations from parts of Gaza City yesterday, as a study led by the U.N. children’s agency found that one in six children

Budapest declines offer to meet US senators seeking approval for Sweden’s NATO bid

A bipartisan delegation of U.S. senators made an official visit to Hungary’s capital yesterday and called on the nationalist government to immediately approve Sweden’s request to join NATO.

Russian authorities extend a probe into Navalny’s death as allies speak of cover-up

The mother of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny yesterday was denied access to a morgue where his body was believed to be kept after his death

Nerve agents, poison and window falls. Kremlin foes have been attacked or killed over the years

The attacks range from the exotic — poisoned by drinking polonium-laced tea or touching a deadly nerve agent — to the more mundane of getting shot

A Carnival day, from a morning street party to an evening samba parade

A typical Carnival day in Brazil starts around 7 a.m., when the first blocos — as the free street parties are known — start their loud and colorful

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