So is New Hampshire now the “Eat Free or Die” state? You’ve probably heard about the Canaan, N.H., cafeteria worker allegedly fired, as international celebrity chef Jose Andres put it in a tweet, “for giving food to student who couldn’t pay. The
If there’s one thing Democrats and ayatollahs agree on these days, it’s that John Bolton is trying to start a war with Iran. President Donald Trump has said that he is open to negotiations and does not want a war, but his mustachioed national
John Bolton, Patrick Shanahan, Mick Mulvaney push U.S. toward Iran war after Trump's generals depart
TAMPA, Fla. — President Trump's brain trust of retired military officers has disappeared just as tensions with Iran, Venezuela and North Korea heat up — and critics say the White House is in danger of rushing to the brink of war under a mostly
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — A Venezuelan official confirmed Monday that a small boat carrying at least 20 people sank in Caribbean coastal waters last week, with most of its passengers missing in the second sea…
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) - Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro on Monday celebrated the anniversary of his disputed re-election amid a growing humanitarian crisis and political upheaval. Maduro tweeted that the May 20, 2018, election, was a
In the years since World War II broke out in Europe and President Franklin Roosevelt foreshadowed support for France and England in a radio fireside chat, presidents have spoken to the American people at length about conflicts threatening to involve
MARACAIBO, Venezuela (AP) - U.S. sanctions on oil-rich Venezuela appear to be taking hold, resulting in mile-long lines for fuel in the South American nation's second-largest city, Maracaibo. Russ Dallen of the Miami-based brokerage firm Caracas
The American economy is already absorbing a body blow from the deepening US-China trade war. A real war could be more than the decade-long economic expansion can handle. Investors would be wise to closely monitor the relationship between the United
The biggest, kitschiest, campiest, and often most controversial song contest of the year is happening today, but viewers in many territories around the world won’t be able to see it. The Eurovision Song Contest may not be a household name in the
Saturday News: Australia Elections; “Trump Isolated on Iran as World Sees Confusion in U.S. Strategy”; “Fossil fuels are underpriced by a whopping $5.2 trillion”; “Faith leaders lead march in protest of Atlantic Coast Pipeline”
by Lowell Here are a few national and Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Saturday, May 18. Trump Isolated on Iran as World Sees Confusion in U.S. Strategy Australia 2019 Election Live Updates: Tony Abbott Loses Seat (“Australia’s
We cover all news in the US regarding the Abortion Ban.
- Take Action Now: Fight Back Against Abortion Bans
- Abortion Rights Advocates Plan Protests Nationwide to ‘Stop the Bans’
- Mississippi’s Six-Week Abortion Ban Heads to Federal Court
- Mississippi federal judge to hear case on state's new fetal heartbeat law
- D.L. Hughley Rips Abortion Bans in States Where it 'Was Okay to Rape Slaves'
- Trump tells ex-counsel Don McGahn: Defy subpoena, don’t testify
- Mississippi 6-week abortion ban heads to federal court
- Alabama newspapers dedicate Sunday editions to essays by women on abortion ban
Venezuela’s socialist regime failure is the single largest economic collapse outside war in over four decades, beating the fall of the Soviet Union or Zimbabwe’s collapse under Robert Mugabe, economists say.