Thursday, July 18, 2024
Just before the stroke of midnight on Saturday morning, Congress finally passed a monumental $1.2 trillion spending package that will fund the government until September. The bill, which was approved by the Senate with a...
Most recently, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made a bold declaration following a meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken. Netanyahu stated that Israel will continue its fight against Hamas in Rafah, even...
A shooter and an escaped inmate, believed to be involved in two homicides, were apprehended in Twin Falls, Idaho, on Thursday following an intense manhunt. The two individuals, identified as Nicholas Umphenour and Skylar Meade,...
As President Vladimir Putin aims to extend his rule, protests have sparked at Russian polling places, signaling growing unrest among citizens.
With its expansion of on-demand ride services, Metro is making it easier than ever for Cincinnati residents to get around. Find out which neighborhoods are now covered.
A Georgia judge's ruling has ensured that Fulton County DA Fani Willis will continue to prosecute the high-profile election interference case involving former President Donald Trump, following the resignation of a key prosecutor.
President Biden's newly unveiled budget prioritizes support for families, with significant expansions to the Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit.
President Joe Biden's recent hot microphone incident has shed light on his growing frustration with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu amid the escalating Gaza conflict.
In a recent statement, Vice President Kamala Harris has emphasized the urgent need for a ceasefire in Gaza, as the region grapples with a severe humanitarian crisis. With reports of civilians, particularly children, facing starvation,...
The Supreme Court's recent hearing on presidential immunity has left the door open for potential legal action against former President Trump regarding his involvement in the events leading up to January 6.