A hardline Christian activist and an evangelical church in North Texas are arguing that federal employment protections for LGBT workers don't apply to bisexuals. read more
Russia's Defense Ministry said Saturday that it is pulling back forces from two areas in Ukraine's Kharkiv region where a Ukrainian counter offensive has made significant advances in the past week.
Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said the troops would be regrouped from the Balakliya and Izyum areas to the Donetsk region.
Izyum was a major base for Russian forces in the Kharkiv region. Konashenkov said the move is being made "in order to achieve the stated goals of the special military operation to liberate Donbas,'" one of the eastern Ukraine regions that Russia has declared sovereign.
The claim of pullback to concentrate on Donetsk is similiar to the justification Russia gave for pulling back its forces from the Kyiv region earlier this year.
Tucked in the lobby of Manhattan's Trump Tower is a bar called 45 Wine and Whiskey. At this Hard Rock Cafe knockoff, visitors can enjoy walls plastered with Trump presidential memorabilia that was likely snuck out of the White House -- including a folder marked "classified." read more
A newly unsealed FBI document about the investigation at Mar-a-Lago not only offers new details about the probe but also reveals clues about the arguments former President Donald Trump's legal team intends to make.
A May 25 letter from one of his lawyers, attached as an exhibit to the search affidavit, advances a broad view of presidential power, asserting that the commander-in-chief has absolute authority to declassify whatever he wants " and also that the "primary" law governing the handling of U.S. classified information simply doesn't apply to the president himself.
Republican Senator Marco Rubio has suggested that students should do what he did to pay off their student loans. read more