Wagner Forces Taking 'Tactical Pause' in Bakhmut—ISW
Wagner Group founder Yevgeny Prigozhin has been ramping up his criticism of Russia's Defense Ministry in recent weeks, as the battle for Bakhmut intensifies.
Transgender Student Questions Glenn Youngkin on Restrooms
The Virginia governor appeared at a CNN town hall Thursday to discuss his state's proposed educational policies, including those for LGBT students.
Trump Alleges Plot Against Him to 'Take Down the Leading Candidate'
Following a report of an impending criminal indictment in New York, Trump said that prosecutors were "trying to take down the leading candidate" for 2024.
Biden Wants to Send Americans More Checks
If President Joe Biden's 2024 budget is approved, parents could see more money issued by the government.
Republican Divide Widens Over Debt Limit as Senate Opts for Bipartisanship
"If you're gonna have a party, you got to pay the band, and it's time for us to pay the band," Republican Senator John Neely Kennedy told Newsweek.
Murder-Suicides Reach Record High
The vast majority of murder-suicides are perpetrated by men, often using guns, experts told Newsweek. Societal factors may have made the problem worse.
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