The important 12-mile-long bridge connecting Russia to the Crimean peninsula was damaged by a large explosion Friday. Russia’s President Vladimir Putin blames Ukraine; the question is what comes next.Continue Reading

The Department of Justice filed suit Tuesday against Idaho, seeking to overturn what it calls the state’s “near-total ban” on abortion. Attorney General Merrick Garland claims, however, the lawsuit has “nothing to do with going around” the Supreme Court.Continue Reading

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and several other Democratic representatives arrived in Taiwan Tuesday night, contrary to the wishes of the Chinese government and the Biden administration. Meanwhile, China’s military launched live-fire exercises in the waters around Taiwan.Continue Reading

A jury acquitted Michael Sussman of lying to the FBI Tuesday in a case stemming from the Clinton campaign’s involvement in promoting the Trump-Russia collusion hoax. The question is what special counsel John Durham does next.Continue Reading

Facebook plans to transition over the next five years from a social media company to a “metaverse” company—an interface between users and the rest of the world. In other words, Facebook wants to become the Matrix.Continue Reading

President Biden said earlier this week that rising prices due to inflation are necessary and temporary. With the government’s massive surge in debt spending, “temporary” must mean something other than the common usage.Continue Reading