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India's Hindu nationalists are irritated by a long-dead Muslim Emperor
India's Hindu nationalists are irritated by a long-dead Muslim Emperor

Narendra Modi arose from his chair to walk briskly to the podium to give another nighttime address.

Envoy: US and allies are preparing for N. Korean nuke test
Envoy: US and allies are preparing for N. Korean nuke test

The special envoy to North Korea for President Joe Biden said Friday that the United States was "preparing for all contingencies" and working closely with its Japanese and South Korean allies.

Redistricting impasse: Democrats and Republicans fight
Redistricting impasse: Democrats and Republicans fight
Special Olympics drops vaccine rule following $27M threat of a fine
Special Olympics drops vaccine rule following $27M threat of a fine
Biden says he is committed to human rights as he opens his arms to Saudis
Biden says he is committed to human rights as he opens his arms to Saudis
As the Senate campaign heats up, Fetterman declares that he almost died.
As the Senate campaign heats up, Fetterman declares that he almost died.

John Fetterman is the Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate from Pennsylvania. He said that he nearly died after the stroke.

Rep. Jacobs, Republican, to resign after supporting assault weapons ban
Rep. Jacobs, Republican, to resign after supporting assault weapons ban

Republican Rep. Chris Jacobs announced Friday that he would not seek another term in Congress due to backlash against his support of new gun control measures.

Former Trump aide Navarro indicted by the Jan. 6 panel
Former Trump aide Navarro indicted by the Jan. 6 panel
Yellen claims she was wrong about the inflation path. Biden supports Fed
Yellen claims she was wrong about the inflation path. Biden supports Fed
Pope urges lifting of Ukraine block to allow wheat to be used as a 'weapon for war'
Pope urges lifting of Ukraine block to allow wheat to be used as a 'weapon for war'
Erdogan declares that Turkey will not continue bilateral talks with Greece
Erdogan declares that Turkey will not continue bilateral talks with Greece

Tayyip Erdogan, Turkish President, stated Wednesday that he had told his colleagues not to hold bilateral talks.

Pennsylvania Senate could be affected by an order of the Supreme Court
Pennsylvania Senate could be affected by an order of the Supreme Court

Tuesday's temporary blockade by the U.S. Supreme Court prevented the counting of some Pennsylvania mail-in ballots.

A Clinton 2016 Campaign Lawyer was acquitted by the FBI of lying to them
A Clinton 2016 Campaign Lawyer was acquitted by the FBI of lying to them
After Uvalde, holiday weekend sees shootings nationwide
After Uvalde, holiday weekend sees shootings nationwide
Kerry Kennedy celebrates Michaela's graduation from Brown University with 'Tears of Pride.
Kerry Kennedy celebrates Michaela's graduation from Brown University with 'Tears of Pride.
Some GOP elections see Christian nationalism rising
Some GOP elections see Christian nationalism rising

After Doug Mastriano was elected Republican governor of Pennsylvania, the victory party had an evangelical feel.

In Jerusalem, Israeli nationalists shout racist slogans
In Jerusalem, Israeli nationalists shout racist slogans

In a show of force that could have set off a new wave in violence in Jerusalem's tense streets, thousands of Israeli nationalists marched past the heart of Jerusalem's main Palestinian thoroughfare, chanting "Death To Arabs."

Colombian presidential race to runoff; leftists vs. businessmen
Colombian presidential race to runoff; leftists vs. businessmen
How Biden, police officers and advocates reached a deal regarding race and police
How Biden, police officers and advocates reached a deal regarding race and police
Uvalde tells Biden that he will do something; he promises that 'we will'
Uvalde tells Biden that he will do something; he promises that 'we will'
Crowd confronts cleric after Iran tower collapse that claimed 32 lives
Crowd confronts cleric after Iran tower collapse that claimed 32 lives

According to online video analysis, protesters angered by a building that collapsed in southwestern Iran and killed at least 32 people shouted out an emissary from Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

Biden believes there is a chance for a 'rational,' Republican approach to guns
Biden believes there is a chance for a 'rational,' Republican approach to guns

Monday's President Joe Biden stated that the "Second Amendment" was not absolute and that there might be bipartisan support for tighter restrictions on high-powered weapons after the Texas school shooting.

EU leaders agree to ban Russian oil at 90% by the end of the year
EU leaders agree to ban Russian oil at 90% by the end of the year
Democratic Prosecutors Promise Not to Restrict GOP Abortion Rights
Democratic Prosecutors Promise Not to Restrict GOP Abortion Rights
Georgia: 2 Black Candidates to Run for Senate Seat
Georgia: 2 Black Candidates to Run for Senate Seat
Protesters against the president in Sri Lanka are being tear gassed by police officers
Protesters against the president in Sri Lanka are being tear gassed by police officers

To disperse protestors who tried to enter the presidential office demanding that he resign due to the country's ongoing economic crisis, police in Sri Lanka used water cannons and tear gas on Saturday.

NRA's influence and turmoil remain as the US mourns the shootings
NRA's influence and turmoil remain as the US mourns the shootings

It seemed for a moment that 2012 was the year of a national gun control stalemate.

FBI records regarding search for fabled Gold raise more questions
FBI records regarding search for fabled Gold raise more questions
Biden tells Putin that NATO-ized Europe has been declared by Naval Academy graduates
Biden tells Putin that NATO-ized Europe has been declared by Naval Academy graduates
Trump's lawsuit dismissed by a judge, NY probe allowed to continue
Trump's lawsuit dismissed by a judge, NY probe allowed to continue
Raffensperger to speak on Trump's election probe grand jury
Raffensperger to speak on Trump's election probe grand jury

Next week, Georgia's secretary to state will appear before a special grand jury in an investigation into whether ex-President Donald Trump and others attempted to interfere in the 2020 elections in the state.

In Pennsylvania, the GOP primary for Senate begins with a recount
In Pennsylvania, the GOP primary for Senate begins with a recount

Friday's close-to-call Republican primary election for the U.S. Senate began with a recount.

Liberal Los Angeles could win the mayor's race
Liberal Los Angeles could win the mayor's race
McCarthy and GOP lawmakers escalate standoff to Jan. 6 panel
McCarthy and GOP lawmakers escalate standoff to Jan. 6 panel
Iran seizes two Greek tankers in Persian Gulf, as tensions rise
Iran seizes two Greek tankers in Persian Gulf, as tensions rise
In the Trump-Russia probe, deliberations are underway
In the Trump-Russia probe, deliberations are underway

During closing arguments Friday, a prosecutor claimed that a lawyer representing Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign concealed his partisan interests to the FBI.

Texas shooting: What is the future of gun control in America?
Texas shooting: What is the future of gun control in America?

There have been renewed calls to gun control after the school shooting in Uvalde (Texas). Reform will be difficult due to both old and new obstacles.

Biden will console Uvalde families, press for action
Biden will console Uvalde families, press for action
China's FM Visits Kiribati, Where Fishing Grounds are at Risk
China's FM Visits Kiribati, Where Fishing Grounds are at Risk
FDA chief struggles with slow response to baby formula
FDA chief struggles with slow response to baby formula
Paris: An ex-leader of the Louvre is charged with money laundering
Paris: An ex-leader of the Louvre is charged with money laundering

Preliminary charges have been filed against the former president of Louvre Museum for antiquities trafficking. This occurred during his tenure as head at the Paris museum.

UK offers help with energy bills and seeks to forget about 'partygate'
UK offers help with energy bills and seeks to forget about 'partygate'

The Conservative government of Britain unveiled Thursday a 15 billion pound ($19 Billion) emergency aid package to ease a severe cost of living squeeze.

Beto O'Rourke interrupts the briefing echoing US gun debate
Beto O'Rourke interrupts the briefing echoing US gun debate
Abrams-Kemp Slugfest promises to be long, expensive and ugly
Abrams-Kemp Slugfest promises to be long, expensive and ugly
Senate GOP blocks domestic terrorism bill, gun policy debate
Senate GOP blocks domestic terrorism bill, gun policy debate
Trump loses appeal. He must testify in New York civil investigation
Trump loses appeal. He must testify in New York civil investigation

A state appeals court ruled that Donald Trump, the former President, must answer questions under oath during the New York Attorney General's civil investigation into business practices.

Oklahoma Governor Signs Nation’s Most Restrictive Abortion Ban into Law
Oklahoma Governor Signs Nation’s Most Restrictive Abortion Ban into Law

This law takes effect immediately and is based on one that was passed in Texas. But it goes further.

Three reasons Trump's influence suffered a major blow in Tuesday's primary elections
Three reasons Trump's influence suffered a major blow in Tuesday's primary elections