Navalny’s Death: Reactions Trail Death, As Putin Arrests 300

While reactions have continued to pour in over the controversial death of detained Russian opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, the reports have it that over 300 people were detained while paying tribute to Navalny, who died at a remote Arctic penal colony, a prominent

Day Of Horror: As Shooting Mars Chiefs Super bowl Victory, One Dead, 22 Injured (LATEST)

On Tuesday, One female was reportedly shot dead during the Super Bowl celebration rally of the victory of Chiefs in Kansas City, Missouri State with many others injured. According to the reports on SCRIPPS NEWS, two suspects were reported to have been arrested

German Customs Detain Schwarzenegger Over Luxury Watch

Actor and former US politician Arnold Schwarzenegger was detained by German customs officers at Munich Airport on Wednesday for failing to declare a valuable luxury watch. “He is sitting with us, that’s right,” a spokesman for the main customs office in Munich told

Supreme Court Rejects Prosecutor’s Push To Fast-Track Ruling In Trump Election Subversion Case

By BY MARK SHERMAN AND ERIC TUCKER, AP WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court said Friday it will not immediately take up a plea by special counsel Jack Smith to rule on whether former President Donald Trump can be prosecuted for his actions to overturn the 2020 election results. The

Man Convicted For Murder Exonerated After 48 Years In Prison

An Oklahoma judge has exonerated a man who was in prison for almost half a century for a 1974 murder, the longest wrongful sentence to be served in the US. Glynn Simmons, 70, was freed in July when a judge ordered a new

BREAKING: Court Disqualifies Donald Trump From 2024 US Ballot

Former President Donald Trump is disqualified from serving as U.S. president and cannot appear on the primary ballot in Colorado because of his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol by his supporters, the state’s top court ruled Tuesday.

A Texas Judge Grants A Pregnant Woman Permission To Get An Abortion Despite The State’s Ban

BY PAUL J. WEBER, AP AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A Texas judge on Thursday gave a pregnant woman whose fetus has a fatal diagnosis permission to get an abortion in an unprecedented challenge over bans that more than a dozen states have enacted since Roe

Israel, Hamas Agree On Truce To Free Hostages In Swap, Raising Hopes Of Halting War In Gaza

BY JOSEF FEDERMAN, TIA GOLDENBERG AND SAMY MAGDY, AP JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel and Hamas agreed to a four-day cease-fire in the war in Gaza — a breakthrough that will facilitate the release of dozens of hostages held by militants as well as Palestinians imprisoned by Israel, and bring

Palestinian Authority Foreign Minister Parries Question When Asked About Future Governance Of Gaza

Riyad al-Maliki, the foreign minister of the Palestinian Authority (PA), was also asked by the BBC about whether the PA could govern the Gaza Strip after the Israel-Hamas war. In a recent Washington Post article, US President Joe Biden argued that the PA should

U.S., China Resume Military-To-Military Communication – Biden

The U.S. and China will resume military-to-military communication after a long period of radio silence, according to U.S. President Joe Biden. Mr Biden disclosed this to reporters after a long-awaited face-to-face meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping. The meeting was held on the