U.S. Launches New Bureau to Combat Cybercrime After Rise in Cyberattacks During Pandemic
The creation of this new department serves as a product of Antony Blinken's belief that the country has entered a "fundamentally new era in global affairs."
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott approves new congressional map consolidating GOP power
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Monday signed into law a new congressional map that is expected to bolster the GOP's majority in the quickly diversifying state.
Defying public scorn and media storm, Japan’s princess is finally set to marry her man
When Princess Mako of Japan weds in Tokyo, there will be no lavish ceremony, and none of the rites traditionally associated with Japanese royal weddings.
Facebook Papers: Here are the biggest takeaways from the leaked documents
A trove of leaked company documents supports ongoing criticism and mistrust of Facebook.
Sponsor a refugee: US asks public to personally support resettlement of Afghan families
An estimated 53,000 Afghans are currently living on US military bases after undergoing extensive background checks. Nearly half are children.
Twitter Blocks Lawmaker's Account for Misgendering First Female Four-Star Admiral in Tweet
In pictures: Sudan coup protesters take to streets
6 injured, including officer, in shooting at mall in Boise: Police
New travel rules just dropped
Biden offers support to Orthodox leader amid Turkey tensions
Protest against vaccine mandate clogs Brooklyn Bridge as Friday deadline looms
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Iran behind drone attack on U.S. base in Syria, officials say
Democrats Want Immigration Deportation Shields in Economic Plan
Anti-Defamation League CEO on Facebook: Never has a single company been responsible for so much misfortune
Inside the FBI Plot to Nab a German ISIS Woman Over 5-Year-Old Girl’s Murder
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Democrats sue USPS over "egregious" delays that threaten to impact Virginia's race for governor
Ohio sues Biden over reversal of Trump-era abortion referral ban