American Headline News for 26 Mar 2023
As thousands of ex-prisoners fight and die in Ukraine, honoring their memory is becoming a patriotic imperative in Russia. But some committed crimes their old neighbors cannot forget.
America's record at keeping global order is deeply flawed, but the only winners from its drift towards isolationism will be Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin American global leadership took a serious... kicking last week. Politicians and pundits on both sides of the Atlantic queued up to condemn George W Bush's and Tony Blair's disastrous invasion of Iraq 20 years ago this month. At the same time, Congress moved to repeal the war powers act that enables a US president to launch military interventions abroad. In Moscow, meanwhile, Xi Jinping, stringing along his Russian puppet, Vladimir Putin, proposed a new global order to replace the post-1945 US-led model. China's de facto dictator is generously offering to "stand guard" over the planet. In Xi's brave new world, subservience and surveillance...
The Central American country changed diplomatic recognition to Beijing, leaving 12 nations and the Vatican still recognizing Taiwan as a sovereign state.
Authorities soon realized the presumptuous pooch was actually triggered by rat droppings on an engine block.
After the attack on the bin men, a 27-year-old man from Stoke-on-Trent has been arrested 180 miles away in Suffolk, on suspicion of violent disorder and possession of a bladed article in public.
Kangaroos are on Australia's coat of arms and the tail of the national airline, but every year state authorities allow licensed hunters to kill millions of them.
Human blood is set to "drench" one of the UK's most famous landmarks in a protest over Prince Harry's controversial remarks about the number of people he killed in Afghanistan.
Lawmakers worked at a frenzied pace to finalize the text of a proposal that would give the government greater control over the selection of Supreme Court judges.
The bodies of a further 10 people have been recovered after a boat sank off the coast of Tunisia - bringing the total number of dead to 29 - a security official has said.
Search and recovery efforts continue amid warning of more severe weather after 26 people killed on Friday night Joe Biden has declared a federal emergency for the areas hardest hit by Friday night's... deadly tornado that ripped through the Mississippi Delta, one of the poorest regions of the US. At least 25 people were killed and dozens were injured in Mississippi as the storm tore through several towns on its hour-long path. One man was killed after his trailer home flipped several times in Alabama.
Ukraine says Putin's deal to station tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus destabilises neighbour Russia-Ukraine war - latest news updates Ukraine has accused Russia of destabilising Belarus and making... its smaller neighbour into "a nuclear hostage", after Vladimir Putin's announcement that Moscow has made a deal to station tactical nuclear weapons on Belarusian territory. The Russian president's suggestions that the move would not breach non-proliferation agreements and that it was consistent with similar arrangements that the US has with several of its European allies was given short shrift in Kyiv.
A.I. hasn't suffered enough to write this essay.
Twelve people were injured after a floor collapsed during a party at an off-campus apartment near Indiana University of Pennsylvania Saturday night, police said.
Honduras becomes the ninth diplomatic ally that Taipei has lost to Beijing since pro-independence president Tsai Ing-wen first took office Honduras has cut diplomatic ties with Taiwan, the Latin... American country announced on Saturday, saying it recognises "only one China in the world". Honduras is the ninth diplomatic ally that Taipei has lost to Beijing since pro-independence president Tsai Ing-wen first took office in May 2016. The move leaves Taiwan recognised by only 13 sovereign states.
Crushed cars and glass litter the streets of Rolling Fork, a rural town wiped out by the storm that claimed 26 lives.
A handyman was able to get revenge on squatters who had moved into his mother's home by showing up with guns and taking back the home in a now-viral video that has received 2.5 million views.
The shortage peaked at the end of last year when 295 different drugs were in short supply -- and the shortage is only rising, the report found.
Donald Trump called Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi 'very smart people,' while ridiculing President Joe Biden for mixing up China and Canada.
"We are asking you to give us a clean heart. Because no cartel, no demon, no evil spirit, no hellmaker, no one... We won't seek retribution," Minister Dearest Price said. "But, Lord, we ask you to... deliver us from evil."
A zebra took itself on a walking tour through the streets of Seoul, South Korea -- until rescue workers returned it to the zoo it escaped from.
A Met Police officer assigned to investigating gay serial killer Stephen Port, 47, allegedly shared a photograph of the body of victim Daniel Whitworth, 21, to a police WhatsApp group.
Facing a potential indictment, the former president devoted much of his speech in Waco, Texas, to criticizing the justice system, though his attacks were less personal and caustic than in recent days.
A transgender woman has called for the dismantling of airport TSA screenings after she claimed an agent punched her testicles and 'yelled at me for having a penis'.
He had last been seen around 8:30 p.m. on March 16 in a part central Eaton -- about a five minute walk where he was found.
A flying taxi service is coming to Chicago in 2025, courtesy of United Airlines and Archer Aviation.