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Ukraine uses US weapons to strike inside Russia, according to a senator and a Western official

Ukraine uses US weapons to strike inside Russia, according to a senator and a Western official

WASHINGTON (AP) — Ukraine has used U.S weapons to strike inside Russia in recent days, according to a U.S. senator and a Western official familiar with the matter. The weapons were used under recently approved guidance from President Joe Biden allowing American arms to be used to strike inside Russia for the limited purpose of defending Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city…Read more

A scientist, a leftist and a former Mexico City mayor. Who is Claudia Sheinbaum?

A scientist, a leftist and a former Mexico City mayor. Who is Claudia Sheinbaum?

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Claudia Sheinbaum, who will be Mexico’s first woman leader in the nation’s more than 200 years of independence, captured the presidency by promising continuity. The 61-year-old former Mexico City mayor and lifelong leftist ran a disciplined campaign capitalizing on her predecessor’s popularity before emerging victorious in Sunday’s vote, according to an official quick count. But with her victory…Read more

Trump raises $141 million in May, bolstered by guilty verdict

Trump raises $141 million in May, bolstered by guilty verdict

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump ‘s campaign and the Republican National Committee say they raised $141 million in May, a massive fundraising haul that includes tens of millions of dollars raised in the aftermath of his guilty verdict in his criminal hush money trial…Read more

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Intelligence chairman says US may be less prepared for election threats than it was four years ago

Intelligence chairman says US may be less prepared for election threats than it was four years ago

WASHINGTON (AP) — With only five months before voters head to the polls, the U.S. may be more vulnerable to foreign disinformation aimed at influencing voters and undermining democracy than it was before the 2020 election, the leader of the Senate Intelligence Committee said Monday…Continue Reading

Ukraine uses US weapons to strike inside Russia, according to a senator and a Western official

Ukraine uses US weapons to strike inside Russia, according to a senator and a Western official

WASHINGTON (AP) — Ukraine has used U.S weapons to strike inside Russia in recent days, according to a U.S. senator and a Western official familiar with the matter. The weapons were used under recently approved guidance from President Joe Biden allowing American arms to be used to strike inside Russia for the limited purpose of defending Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city…Continue Reading

A scientist, a leftist and a former Mexico City mayor. Who is Claudia Sheinbaum?

A scientist, a leftist and a former Mexico City mayor. Who is Claudia Sheinbaum?

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Claudia Sheinbaum, who will be Mexico’s first woman leader in the nation’s more than 200 years of independence, captured the presidency by promising continuity. The 61-year-old former Mexico City mayor and lifelong leftist ran a disciplined campaign capitalizing on her predecessor’s popularity before emerging victorious in Sunday’s vote, according to an official quick count. But with her victory…Continue Reading

Trump raises $141 million in May, bolstered by guilty verdict

Trump raises $141 million in May, bolstered by guilty verdict

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump ‘s campaign and the Republican National Committee say they raised $141 million in May, a massive fundraising haul that includes tens of millions of dollars raised in the aftermath of his guilty verdict in his criminal hush money trial…Continue Reading

The Panda Party is back on as giant pandas will return to Washington’s National Zoo by year’s end

The Panda Party is back on as giant pandas will return to Washington’s National Zoo by year’s end

WASHINGTON (AP) — Half a year after the nation’s capital bid an emotional farewell to its giant pandas, the National Zoo is expecting a renewed surge in panda-mania with the announcement that two more of the furry black-and-white icons will be coming to Washington…Continue Reading

Key Republican calls for ‘generational’ increase in defense spending to counter US adversaries

Key Republican calls for ‘generational’ increase in defense spending to counter US adversaries

WASHINGTON (AP) — The top-ranking Republican on a Senate committee that oversees the military is calling for a “generational investment” in America’s defense, saying aggressive and significant spending increases are necessary to deter coordinated threats from U.S. adversaries like Russia, Iran and China…Continue Reading

Nikki Haley says she will vote for Donald Trump following their disputes during Republican primary

Nikki Haley says she will vote for Donald Trump following their disputes during Republican primary

Nikki Haley said Wednesday that she will be voting for Donald Trump in the general election, a notable show of support given their intense and often personal rivalry during the Republican primary calendar.
But Haley also made it clear that she feels Trump has work to do to win over voters who supported her during…Continue Reading

Moms for Liberty to spend over $3 million targeting presidential swing state voters

Moms for Liberty to spend over $3 million targeting presidential swing state voters

NEW YORK (AP) — The conservative parental rights group Moms for Liberty plans to spend more than $3 million on a multi-state advertising blitz to increase its membership and engage voters before November, following through on a pledge it made last year to become more politically active across the country in 2024….Continue Reading

Mourners begin days of funerals for Iran’s president and others killed in helicopter crash

Mourners begin days of funerals for Iran’s president and others killed in helicopter crash

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Mourners in black began gathering Tuesday for days of funerals and processions for Iran’s late president, foreign minister and others killed in a helicopter crash, a government-led series of ceremonies aimed at both honoring the dead and projecting strength in an unsettled Middle East…Continue Reading

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