‘He lied’: Iraqis still blame Powell for role in Iraq war
Manchin Casts Doubt on Oct. 31 Deadline to Act on Biden Plan
Democratic Senator Joe Manchin said there’s little chance that Congress can complete work on President Joe Biden’s economic agenda by the end of the month deadline set by his party’s leaders.
New York Man Posing as Rescue Organization Charged With Trafficking Exotic African Cats
All of the transactions occurred while the animals were kittens; the animals were marketed as house pets despite their "wild nature" and size.
'Leadership is solving problems': General Colin Powell's rules for leadership and more
Powell, the first Black secretary of state, died of COVID-19 complications Monday. He was vaccinated but had multiple myeloma, adding to his risk.
Trump sits for deposition in lawsuit brought by demonstrators alleging assault
Former President Trump sat for a deposition Monday at Trump Tower in New York City, said an attorney for the plaintiffs suing him over an alleged assault.
North Korea fired an unidentified projectile into sea, South Korea says
The office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff did not immediately say what Pyongyang fired or how far the projectile flew.
Statue of Robert E. Lee, Removed from Dallas in 2017, Now on Display at a Private Texas Resort
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North Korea fires ballistic missile: South's military
China drafts law to punish parents for children's bad behavior
Federal judge rules University of North Carolina can continue race-based admissions
Jayapal and Manchin meet for first time as negotiations on spending bill ramp up
Lawyers for Donald Trump claim he never defamed Summer Zervos, who accused him of sexual assault in 2016
Jan. 6 panel lays out criminal contempt case against Bannon
Colin Powell dies: Marcia Hines pays tribute to U.S. politician cousin
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North Korea fires missile into sea in continuation of tests
Trump Sues to Block Release of White House Papers to Jan. 6 Inquiry