Russia limits US & Czech embassy hires for “unfriendly” acts

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia has designated the United States and the Czech Republic as nations that engage in “unfriendly actions,” a move that limits the hiring of staff for their embassy operations.

Russia limits US & Czech embassy hires for “unfriendly” acts

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia has designated the United States and the Czech Republic as nations that engage in “unfriendly actions,” a move that limits the hiring of staff for their embassy operations.

Gaetz associate agrees to cooperate in federal investigation

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Florida politician who emerged as a central figure in the federal investigation into Rep. Matt Gaetz has agreed to cooperate with federal investigators and admits paying an underage girl to have sex with him and other

US sending new aid to Palestinians as conflict intensifies

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration notified Congress this week that it will send millions of dollars in U.S. assistance to the Palestinians aimed at promoting peace with Israel even as violence between the two sides rages.

Mississippi justices toss voter-backed marijuana initiative

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — The Mississippi Supreme Court on Friday overturned a medical marijuana initiative that voters approved last fall. Six

If COVID vaccines ‘essential,’ Canadians could get shots in U.S. and no quarantine

TORONTO — Canadian residents should be able to head to the United States for COVID-19 vaccinations and be exempt from mandatory quarantine on return if health authorities here deem the shots medically necessary, a hospital CEO said on Friday. Although ...

Health officials in New Brunswick report five new cases of COVID-19

FREDERICTON — Health officials in New Brunswick are reporting five new cases of COVID-19 today, all among people under the age of 40. Four of the cases are in the Fredericton area and one is in the Saint John region.   There

Oklahoma bucks red-state trend, extends early voting

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — On Election Day last year, state Rep. Jon Echols was mortified to see a 3 1/2-hour line to vote in his district, which stretches from the edge of Oklahoma City's urban core into suburban neighborhoods that

Guilbeault says Bill C-10 won’t breach free speech, citing Justice Department study

OTTAWA — Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault is doubling down on his controversial new broadcasting bill at a parliamentary committee hearing, citing a Justice Department analysis to reiterate the legislation would not affect free speech online. A char...

Guilbeault says Bill C-10 won’t breach free speech, citing Justice Department study

OTTAWA — Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault is doubling down on his controversial new broadcasting bill at a parliamentary committee hearing, citing a Justice Department analysis to reiterate the legislation would not affect free speech online. A char...