In 2019, then-presidential candidate Joe Biden clearly had it with Saudi Arabia. Angered by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's (MBS) stonewalling of his reported role in the murder and dismembering of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Biden labeled Saudi Arabia a "pariah" and promised a recalibration of US-Saudi relations.
If Bulls star Zach LaVine sticks around, he’ll need more help — but the right kind of help.
The former estate agent, 26, - who left the show in third with her boyfriend Teddy Soares - told in a candid interview it is clear who she didn't like from watching the show.
"We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled." Access to legal abortion in America could be severely limited if an alleged draft of a U.S. Supreme Court opinion, leaked to Politico, pans out. The draft opinion—penned by Justice Samuel Alito and dated February 10, 2022—goes much further than many were expecting in a case concerning Mississippi's ban on abortion at 15 weeks.
First lady Jill Biden traveled to Romania and Slovakia in support of Ukrainian refugees and is focusing on mental health needs of children enrolled at schools in Romania following the fallout in Ukraine. NBC's Mike Memoli reports.
Dear Amy: I have a 9-year-old special needs child. “Kyle” is high-functioning on the autism spectrum, but doesn’t do well with athletics and other “typical” settings that might help a child fit in, make friends, and otherwise have a functional childhood dynamic.
The current NCAA structure, like its failed leader, just needs to disappear.
A group of Department of Justice employees is asking the Biden administration to follow the lead of other large employers in granting administrative leave to Justice employees who may now have to travel long distances for abortion care, but this sentence in The New York Times' writeup of the request really sticks out:
Everything you need to know about the treaty, why Britain wants to change it and whether a UK and EU trade war is on the cards