First Line News Articles for Monday, August 15 2022
Former President Donald Trump pushed back on reports that the FBI recovered 11 sets of classified information from his Mar-a-Lago home earlier this week, claiming he had “declassified” everything before leaving office.
The first ship carrying Ukrainian wheat to be exported under a U.N.-brokered deal arrived in Istanbul on Sunday, the Joint Coordination Centre based in the Turkish city, said.
A delegation of American lawmakers arrived in Taiwan on Sunday, just 12 days after a visit by U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that prompted China to launch days of threatening military drills around the self-governing island that Beijing says must come under its control.
Law enforcement is investigating former president Donald Trump for removal or destruction of records, obstruction of an investigation, and violating the Espionage Act, according to the search warrant for the FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago that took place on Monday.
Education Week celebrates 100 years of drawing thousands of attendees to BYU campus to learn about a variety of topics every summer. The conference will go from Aug. 15-19 and it will offer just under 900 classes.
The latest announced Latter-day Saint temple locations in each of those three northern Mountain States are Missoula, Montana; Montpelier, Idaho; and Cody, Wyoming
More than 300 people living in a small community on the island of Tahiti now have a newly renovated water system, thanks to funding and support from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
One way to help children learn Old Testament stories with “Come, Follow Me” is to create something related to the story or principle they are learning.
Looking back on the influence, closure, renovation and open house of Washington D.C. Temple as President Nelson prepares to rededicate the iconic edifice
The Church News chronicles the historic events connected to the renovation and rededication of the Washington D.C. Temple
Elder Kyle S. McKay has begun his service as the 16th church historian and recorder of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, effective Aug. 1.
A meteor was likely behind the loud boom residents heard across northern Utah on Saturday, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
Delta Air Lines can temporarily cut some flights at New York’s LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy airports and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Friday.
This week, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen wrote a letter outlining that the $80 billion in funding the Internal Revenue Service is set to receive for more resources would not be used to bolster the agency’s auditing of middle-income earners and small businesses.
Several New Yorkers in the district of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) are questioning calls to defund the police as they experience rising crime rates in their cities.
A senator from Alabama is sounding the alarm that the Chinese Communist Party is trying to overtake the United States not only militarily, but also economically, as Beijing continues to purchase U.S. land.
Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, on Sunday said an interim report examining the chaotic withdrawal by the United States from Afghanistan showed how the White House and State Department “put their head in the sand” about warnings against the pullout.
A man shot and killed himself after crashing a car into a barricade near the U.S. Capitol early Sunday morning.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard criticized the FBI’s raid on Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence, saying it “changed the country that we grew up in.”
Armed Man Who Tried to Enter FBI Field Office Attended January 6 Riot, Was Angered by Mar-a-Lago Raid
An armed man who was killed by law enforcement Thursday afternoon after he attempted to breach an FBI field office in Cincinnati is believed to have been present at the Capitol during the January 6 riot and seems to have been motivated by the FBI raid on former president Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence.
Three conservative students filed a lawsuit against California’s Clovis Community College claiming administrators violated their First Amendment right to free speech by censoring their anti-communist and pro-life flyers.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has warned Russian soldiers who shoot at Europe’s largest nuclear power station or use it as a base to shoot from that they will become a “special target” for Ukrainian forces.
Five Americans and three others were injured when a gunman opened fire on a bus of people in Jerusalem early Sunday morning, according to officials.
Paraguay’s vice president, Hugo Velazquez Moreno, said he will resign following U.S. sanctions laid against him over corruption allegations.
President Joe Biden is set to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping face-to-face in Southeast Asia this November.
It’s not just the economy. While inflation and recession fears weigh heavily on the minds of voters, another issue is popping up in political campaigns from the U.K. and Australia to the U.S. and beyond: the “China threat.”
Mexico’s president has begun exploring plans to sidestep congress to hand formal control of the National Guard to the army
U.S.-provided anti-radiation missiles have helped take out some of Russia’s most dangerous weapons systems in Ukraine in recent days.
Three Americans who were captured by Russian forces in Ukraine months ago are believed to be in a prison with “no running water,” the family of one of the Americans said Thursday in a press release.
Carnival Cruise Line is easing its testing requirements for vaccinated passengers and allowing unvaccinated guests to travel without an exemption.
Johnson & Johnson is pulling baby powder containing talc worldwide next year after it did the same in the U.S. and Canada amid thousands of lawsuits claiming it caused cancer.
SpaceX launched its next round of Starlink satellites into low-Earth orbit aboard a Falcon 9 rocket lifting off from the Vandenberg Space Force Center in California on Friday afternoon.
People who test at home after being exposed to COVID-19 should take the test three, not two, times to make sure they’re not infected, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said.