President Biden addressed the nation Monday, defending his decision to withdraw completely from Afghanistan. Biden is taking fire from all sides for his decision, which will become the defining moment of his presidency.Continue Reading

The Chinese government now admits damage to fuel rods at the Taishan nuclear plant but said the problem is “common” and there’s no need for concern. Since the CCP has been so open and forthright about the origin of SARS-2…

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President Biden and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin meet today in Geneva, Switzerland. Meanwhile, the White House press corps is beginning to realize that they had more access under the Trump administration.

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Belarus forced a Ryanair flight from Athens to Vilnius to land in Minsk where a journalist critical of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko was arrested. Belarus claims the plane was forced down because of a bomb threat from Hamas.Continue Reading

Israel and Hamas both claimed victory in the recent conflict while President Joe Biden took credit for arranging the cease-fire. So, we’re basically back where we were two weeks ago. What’s next?

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After 11 days of rockets, Israel and Hamas have signaled willingness to discuss a cease-fire. The question is how long it will last and what the consequences will be for Israel’s relations with its Western allies.

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Associated Press criticized Israel for destroying the building that housed its offices in Gaza. The IDF says the building also housed Hamas intelligence operations and weapons manufacturing—and that AP’s local reporters knew about it.

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American media was fixated on hearings about the January 6 riot at the Capitol Monday while the al-Aqsa Mosque on the Temple Mount was engulfed in smoke.

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