Op-Ed: The U.S. is caught in a foreign policy triangle over Taiwan. Here's how to solve it
North Korea Likely Fired First Submarine Missile Since 2019
North Korea appears to have fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile for the first time in two years, adding to a series of tests demonstrating Kim Jong Un’s pursuit of nuclear-capable weapons that can evade U.S. interceptors.
Pentagon Could Receive $10B More Than Requested Amid Infrastructure Fight
Senator Jon Tester said the proposed spending increase "strengthens our military" in the face of adversaries like China.
Singapore expands quarantine-free travel for vaccinated passengers
Singapore on Tuesday began quarantine-free entry for fully vaccinated passengers from eight countries, part of a plan to ease restrictions as the business hub gears up to live with the coronavirus. Passengers arriving as part of this scheme -- which will...
Bill and Melinda Gates' daughter hints that their divorce has been 'challenging'
Jennifer Gates spoke about her recent wedding with Vogue, where she talked about the impacts of the pandemic and "transitions" in her family.
Big corporations that claim to support voting rights are still funding right-wing state AGs
Coke, GM, AT&T pay "lip service" to voting rights while funding GOP vote-suppression forces, says watchdog group
USDA rethinks approach to controlling salmonella in poultry
Facebook to roll out features on state elections
New AirPods 3: How to customize the case for free when you buy online
Haiti kidnap: Gang wants $17 million ransom for American and Canadian missionaries, say reports
A Reader Remembers Bobby McIlvaine
FBI part of 'coordinated US government effort' to free missionaries kidnapped in Haiti, White House says
Take Five: Adam Kinzinger
'Engineer' of endless war: Iraqis remember Colin Powell
Russia bans male 'extremist' group for online hate
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Siena poll finds Gov. Hochul leads likely Dem contenders, crime biggest issue for voters
Harris tests her appeal to black churches — and limits of IRS rules