"Ghost gun" is a scary name for a scary idea, which is nefarious criminals manufacturing the implements of mayhem in their basements without any oversight from the government, even if that doesn't actually happen very often relative to our society's larger problems with crime.
The United States and Iran have been engaged it fitful, indirect talks for more than a year on reviving the 2015 deal under which Iran limited its nuclear program in return for relief from economic sanctions.
Republican Senators John Hoeven and Kevin Cramer both said they plan to oppose Jackson's confirmation. The Biden nominee has drawn the support of three other GOP members and is expected to win enough support in the Senate to become the country's first Black woman Supreme Court justice.
Russian forces have taken heavy losses, are frozen in place for at least a week on most fronts and face supply problems and fierce resistance. They have turned to siege tactics and bombardment of cities, causing massive destruction and many civilian deaths.
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By Natalia Zinets, Natalie Thomas and Vitalii Hnidiy / Reuters
President Xi Jinping, who is also chairman of the Central Military Commission overseeing the armed forces, has continually pushed for new rules and regulations to assess, procure and test weaponry and equipment.
Russia fired missiles at an airport near Lviv on Friday, a city where hundreds of thousands found refuge far from Ukraine's battlefields, as Moscow tries to regain the initiative in its stalled campaign against Ukraine.
North Dakota's top oil industry regulator predicted Tuesday that state production could climb by 100,000 barrels a day by year's end, largely a result of companies completing already drilled wells and bringing idled ones back online.
President Joe Biden on Saturday authorized the additional security assistance, the White House said, paving the way for the "immediate" shipment of fresh military equipment to Ukraine, a senior administration official said.