US and EU pile new sanctions on Russia for the Ukraine war's 2nd anniversary and Navalny's death

US and EU pile new sanctions on Russia for the Ukraine war's 2nd anniversary and Navalny's death

The United States and the European Union are piling new sanctions on Russia on the eve of the second anniversary of its invasion of Ukraine and in retaliation for the death of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny last week.

3 hrs 41 mins ago
In Ukraine, Schumer challenges Speaker Johnson to 'rise to the occasion' and pass more US aid

In Ukraine, Schumer challenges Speaker Johnson to 'rise to the occasion' and pass more US aid

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is heading to Ukraine to reassure President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and other officials that Congress will deliver U.S. aid, even as a package that would provide $60 billion to the war-torn country is stalled in the U.S. House.

10 hrs 41 mins ago
Ally of late Kremlin critic Navalny says authorities threaten to bury him on prison grounds

Ally of late Kremlin critic Navalny says authorities threaten to bury him on prison grounds

Russians including Nobel laureate Dmitry Muratov and ballet star Mikhail Baryshnikov have released videos calling on the Russian authorities to return the body of opposition leader Alexei Navalny to his family, a week after his death in an Arctic penal colony.

12 hrs 52 mins ago
Trump's lawyers call for dismissal of classified documents case, citing presidential immunity

Trump's lawyers call for dismissal of classified documents case, citing presidential immunity

Former President Donald Trump’s legal team has filed multiple motions urging a Florida judge to dismiss the criminal case charging him with illegally retaining classified documents.

18 hrs 12 mins ago
Live updates | Israeli strikes kill over 70 in Gaza, and West Bank shooters kill an Israeli

Live updates | Israeli strikes kill over 70 in Gaza, and West Bank shooters kill an Israeli

Israeli police say three gunmen opened fire on the road near a checkpoint in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, killing one Israeli and wounding at least eight, as violence persists in the territory.

February 22nd, 11:35 PM EST
AT&T says the outage to its US cellphone network was not caused by a cyberattack

AT&T says the outage to its US cellphone network was not caused by a cyberattack

A number of Americans are dealing with cellular outages on AT&T, Cricket Wireless, Verizon, T-Mobile and other service providers, according to data from Downdetector.

February 22nd, 9:14 PM EST
New York AG says she’ll seize Donald Trump’s property if he can’t pay $454 million civil fraud debt

New York AG says she’ll seize Donald Trump’s property if he can’t pay $454 million civil fraud debt

Donald Trump could be at risk of losing some of his prized properties if he can’t pay his staggering New York civil fraud penalty.

February 22nd, 5:45 PM EST
Wendy Williams diagnosed with same form of dementia as Bruce Willis

Wendy Williams diagnosed with same form of dementia as Bruce Willis

Former talk show host Wendy Williams has been diagnosed with the same form of dementia that actor Bruce Willis has.

February 22nd, 5:25 PM EST
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny's mother says she's resisting pressure to agree to a secret burial

Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny's mother says she's resisting pressure to agree to a secret burial

A prominent Russian opposition figure has appeared in court, urging Russians not to give up after the death of Alexei Navalny and alleging there's a state-backed hit squad taking out opponents of President Vladimir Putin.

February 22nd, 4:14 PM EST
Biden calls Putin a 'crazy SOB' and takes aim at Trump during fundraiser for 2024 election

Biden calls Putin a 'crazy SOB' and takes aim at Trump during fundraiser for 2024 election

President Joe Biden called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “crazy SOB” during a fundraiser for his reelection campaign Wednesday night.

February 22nd, 3:35 PM EST
A family friend is charged with murder in the death of 11-year-old Audrii Cunningham in Texas

A family friend is charged with murder in the death of 11-year-old Audrii Cunningham in Texas

Authorities say they are set to file a murder charge against a man after the body of an 11-year-old girl was recovered from a Texas river.

February 21st, 11:24 PM EST
Biden is boosting cybersecurity at US ports, where online attacks can be more ravaging than storms

Biden is boosting cybersecurity at US ports, where online attacks can be more ravaging than storms

President Joe Biden is expected to sign an executive order and create a new federal rule aimed at better securing the nation’s ports from potential cyber attacks.

February 21st, 11:04 AM EST
Syria says an Israeli strike that hit a Damascus residential area killed 2 people

Syria says an Israeli strike that hit a Damascus residential area killed 2 people

Syrian state TV says an Israeli strike has hit a residential area in the Syrian capital Damascus.

February 21st, 6:04 AM EST
Ex-FBI informant charged with lying about Bidens had Russian intelligence contacts, prosecutors say

Ex-FBI informant charged with lying about Bidens had Russian intelligence contacts, prosecutors say

Prosecutors say a former FBI informant charged with making up a multimillion-dollar bribery scheme involving President Joe Biden, his son Hunter and a Ukrainian energy company had contacts with officials affiliated with Russian intelligence.

February 20th, 9:53 PM EST
Food deliveries into northern Gaza are halted because of the war's chaos, increasing famine risk

Food deliveries into northern Gaza are halted because of the war's chaos, increasing famine risk

Israel has ordered new evacuations from parts of Gaza City, an indication it still faces stiff resistance in areas it said were cleared weeks ago.

February 20th, 9:03 PM EST
Harris announces $5.8 billion for water infrastructure projects, says clean water is a right

Harris announces $5.8 billion for water infrastructure projects, says clean water is a right

The Biden administration says it is distributing another $5.8 billion for water infrastructure projects around the country, paid for by one of its key legislative victories.

February 20th, 4:03 PM EST
Navalny's mother appeals to Putin to release her son's body so she can bury him with dignity

Navalny's mother appeals to Putin to release her son's body so she can bury him with dignity

The Kremlin says President Vladimir Putin did not see the video in which Alexei Navalny’s widow vowed to continue his fight and dismissed her allegations that Putin had killed the country’s opposition leader as “unfounded” and “insolent.”.

February 20th, 1:53 PM EST
Ukraine's Zelenskyy says foreign aid delays are making life 'very difficult' on the front line

Ukraine's Zelenskyy says foreign aid delays are making life 'very difficult' on the front line

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says delays in weapons deliveries from Western allies are opening a door for Russian battlefield advances.

February 20th, 11:33 AM EST
Houthi rebels' attack severely damages a Belize-flagged ship in key strait leading to the Red Sea

Houthi rebels' attack severely damages a Belize-flagged ship in key strait leading to the Red Sea

Yemen’s Houthi rebels are suspected in an attack on a Belize-flagged ship traveling through the Bab el-Mandeb Strait connecting the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden.

February 19th, 11:33 PM EST
More than 29,000 Palestinians have been killed in Israel-Hamas war, Gaza Health Ministry says

More than 29,000 Palestinians have been killed in Israel-Hamas war, Gaza Health Ministry says

Gaza’s Health Ministry says more than 29,000 Palestinians have been killed in the territory since the start of the Israel-Hamas war.

February 19th, 10:23 PM EST
Got back! Paul McCartney's stolen bass is found and returned to the Beatle after more than 50 years
Got back! Paul McCartney's stolen bass is found and returned to the Beatle after more than 50 years

A bass stolen from Paul McCartney more than 50 years ago has been found and returned to the Beatle.

February 16th, 11:51 AM EST
FBI informant charged with lying about Joe and Hunter Biden's ties to Ukrainian energy company
FBI informant charged with lying about Joe and Hunter Biden's ties to Ukrainian energy company

An FBI informant has been charged with lying to his handler about ties between Joe Biden and son Hunter and a Ukrainian energy company.

February 15th, 5:21 PM EST
Caitlin Clark of Iowa breaks the NCAA women's career scoring record with a signature 'logo 3'
Caitlin Clark of Iowa breaks the NCAA women's career scoring record with a signature 'logo 3'

It shouldn’t take long for Caitlin Clark to become the NCAA women’s career scoring leader Thursday night when No. 4 Iowa hosts Michigan.

February 15th, 8:10 AM EST
Dispute may have led to the mass shooting after the Chiefs' Super Bowl parade, police say
Dispute may have led to the mass shooting after the Chiefs' Super Bowl parade, police say

The Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl celebration has become the latest backdrop for a mass shooting as gunfire sent fans scrambling for cover and left 21 people wounded and one woman dead.

February 15th, 12:40 AM EST
Israeli forces storm the main hospital in southern Gaza, saying hostages were likely held there
Israeli forces storm the main hospital in southern Gaza, saying hostages were likely held there

Palestinian medics say Israeli forces fired into the main hospital in southern Gaza, killing a patient and wounding six others.

February 15th, 2:40 AM EST
On the USS Eisenhower, 4 months of combat at sea facing Houthi missiles and a new sea threat
On the USS Eisenhower, 4 months of combat at sea facing Houthi missiles and a new sea threat

Sailors aboard the U.S. aircraft carrier Dwight D. Eisenhower and its accompanying warships have spent four months straight at sea defending against ballistic missiles and flying attack drones fired by Iranian-backed Houthis.

February 15th, 1:00 AM EST
At least 8 children among 22 hit by gunfire at end of Chiefs' Super Bowl parade; 1 person killed
At least 8 children among 22 hit by gunfire at end of Chiefs' Super Bowl parade; 1 person killed

Downtown Kansas City is turning into a sea of red for Valentine’s Day as Chiefs fans prepare to celebrate their third Super Bowl title in five seasons with a parade.

February 14th, 9:10 AM EST
Shots have been fired at the site of a parade celebrating the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl win, police say
Shots have been fired at the site of a parade celebrating the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl win, police say

Shots have been fired at the site of a parade celebrating the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl win, police say.

February 14th, 3:20 PM EST