Stormy Daniels was gleeful after the news of Donald Trump’s indictment on Friday, tweeting she didn’t want to spill her champagne.
Hollywood superstar Richard Gere testified before Congress this week, and made the rounds with lawmakers, to condemn what he called China’s “genocide,” “crimes against humanity” and “longstanding brutality” in Tibet.
Avenatti reportedly cast doubt on District Attorney of New York Alvin Bragg’s case against former President Donald Trump.
A spokesman for the Chinese Defense Ministry said on Thursday that China is ready to increase military cooperation with Russia after dictators Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin met in Moscow two weeks ago.
A founding member of the 1990s hip-hop group the Fugees was enmeshed in political conspiracies involving millions of dollars in foreign money under two different U.S. presidents, federal prosecutors said as his trial got underway with opening statements.
The Bank Panic Is Not Getting Worse The banking panic appears to have receded, at least for the time being. The Federal Reserve on Thursday released its weekly balance sheet report, affectionately known as “factors affecting reserve balances̶…
Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon took a swing at a heckler on Thursday night following the Angels’ 2-1 loss to the A’s in Oakland.
Washington Post sportswriter John Feinstein wrote a misleading article about gun laws in the U.S., and used it to announce he is boycotting the Final Four over Texas’s refusal to embrace “meaningful” gun control.
The Communist Party of Cuba signed a deal this week with a Chinese tour agency to facilitate travel from the fellow dictatorship to the island nation and attempt to revive the floundering tourism industry in Cuba that its repressive military is highly …
More than 30,000 foreign nationals have been released into the United States using a mobile app, launched by President Joe Biden’s administration, whereby users living in Mexico can schedule appointments at the U.S.-Mexico border.