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US House Approves Committee To Probe Capitol Hill Assault
Only two Republicans joined Democrats in the 222-190 vote to create the panel, which House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said will report on "conclusions and recommendations for preventing any future assault."
US Eases Gender Selection On Passports "To Promote Freedom, Dignity"
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced that US passport holders will be able to decide for themselves whether to be described as male or female.
Trump Organization expected to be charged with tax crimes
Former US President Donald Trump's company and its finance chief are expected to be charged on Thursday with alleged tax-related crimes.
Israel Tells US It Has "Serious Reservations" About Iran Nuclear Deal
Antony Blinken told Yair Lapid that Washington would remain in close contact with Israel over the Iran negotiations, officials said.
Trump Joins Video Platform Rumble Ahead Of Ohio Rally
Trump lost his social media megaphone earlier this year when he was blocked by a slew of platforms after his supporters stormed the US Capitol.
Iran Says Nuclear Deal Salvageable But Will Not Negotiate Forever
Iran and the US have been holding indirect talks on reviving the 2015 agreement between Tehran and six powers that imposed restrictions on Tehran's nuclear activities in exchange for lifting international sanctions.
Iran says it’s not required to comply with UN nuclear watchdog’s demand of ‘immediate response’ on extending monitoring deal
Iran has no obligation to respond to the IAEA’s demand regarding the extension of the nuclear monitoring deal, an Iranian envoy said after the agency’s head insisted that a swift response from Tehran was needed.
Johnson & Johnson To Stop Selling Opioids In US Under $230 Million Settlement
The agreement allows Johnson & Johnson to resolve litigation over its role in opioid epidemic, according to a statement from New York attorney general Letitia James.
Julian Assange's Fiancee Urges Joe Biden To Free WikiLeaks Founder
When Barack Obama was the President, the US decided not to seek Julian Assange's extradition on the grounds that what WikiLeaks did was similar to journalistic activities protected by the First Amendment of the Constitution.
Donald Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani's license suspended in New York
Former President Donald Trump’s longtime lawyer Rudy Giuliani has had his law practice in New York suspended.
Iran Official Says US Has Agreed To Lift Oil, Shipping Sanctions
The remarks were consistent with previous assertions by officials in Rouhani's pragmatist camp that Washington is prepared to make major concessions at the talks, under way since April in Vienna.
US Seizes Control Of 2 Iranian State News Websites
The Iranian news websites displayed a statement that the US government has seized the websites and made reference to the US sanctions laws.
Marijuana legalization is sweeping states from Connecticut to New Mexico
The US is nearing a tipping point of sorts on marijuana legalization: Almost half the country — about 44 percent of the population — now lives in a state where marijuana is legal or soon will be legal to consume just for fun.
Why Biden's Effort to Forge a United Front with EU Against China is a Rather Steep Challenge
Although the Biden administration is trying to reassure the EU about Washington's commitment to transatlantic values, mutual distrust and differences still persist, undermining the White House's idea of forming a united front against Chi...
HarmonyOS: Hands-on with Huawei's rival to Android
BBC Click's Chris Fox explores what Huawei's new operating system can do.
Fauci pushes back against the 'craziness' of attacks on his evolving pandemic response, saying 'that's the way science works'
Dr. Anthony Fauci told Kara Swisher that people who criticized his shifting stance on masks are "actually criticizing science," Axios reported.
Iran's Supreme Leader Still Arbiter Of Nuclear Deal
"Whether the president is Person A or Person B is less relevant than whether their system is prepared to make commitments to restrain their nuclear program," Jake Sullivan, US national security advisor, said.
Iranians Denied "Free And Fair" Election: US As Iran Elects New President
However, an official said US will continue indirect talks with Iran on the US rejoining the 2015 nuclear accord that Donald Trump had abandoned.
Israel Raises Alarm On Iran's New President's Views On Nuclear Programme
Iran has elected its most extremist president to date, said Israel, adding that Ebrahim Raisi is committed to Tehran's rapidly advancing military nuclear program.
As Iran veers right, ties with Gulf Arabs may hinge on nuclear pact
Gulf Arab states are unlikely to be deterred from dialogue to improve ties with Iran after a hardline judge won the presidency but their talks with Tehran might become tougher, analysts said.
Dozens of women sue Pornhub - alleging explicit videos were uploaded without their consent
More than 30 women accuse MindGeek, parent company of Pornhub, of profiting from non-consensual sex videos.
‘Seattle toilet water’: Coffee shop asks fans to rename frappuccino
‘F*ckstar orange frappé’ was among the most popular choices
30 Best Smelling and Irresistible Perfumes for Women
Are you looking for a new signature scent? Take a look at this list of the best perfumes for women.
The Supreme Court Ruled Against LGBTQ Families In A Big Religious Freedom Case
The court sided with a Catholic agency that wouldn’t place foster kids with same-sex couples, but rejected a request to issue a broader ruling on nondiscrimination policies.
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