Moscow plans to force out Ukraine's political leaders and install a pro-Russian puppet regime in Kyiv, British officials said over the weekend, as the West desperately tries to stave off war in Eastern Europe at a moment when Russian action against its neighbor seems all but inevitable.
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The Supreme Court's decision to strike down President Biden's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for the private sector is forcing big companies to take divergent paths, with some requiring shots anyway and others deciding it is not worth the bother.
Supporting the elimination of the filibuster has become the new litmus test for Democrats running for U.S. Senate in battleground races across the country.
Montpelier City Clerk John Odum chuckled when he was asked how many noncitizens had registered to vote ahead of the Vermont city's municipal elections in March -- the first time they will have the chance to cast ballots.
Irrepressible populist billionaire and four-time Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi bowed out over the weekend from a long-shot race to be Italy's next president, a capstone to a remarkable career checkered by accusations of corruption, mob links and policy U-turns while making "bunga bunga" a globally recognized term for high-living and political excess.