The Washington Post reports that the White House convened senior officials last Wednesday to plan a military operation against Yemen’s Iran-backed government, raising the odds of another unpredictable Middle East war.
A wave of cold air described by one forecaster as “gobsmackingly bananas” is due to hit the US this weekend, raising questions about the energy grid in Texas which suffered from widespread blackouts during a cold snap in 2020.
Reports from Israel claim Hamas drugged and abused child hostages. Meanwhile, Joe Biden offers to secure the border if Congress sends more money to Ukraine and the House votes to launch an impeachment inquiry.
Reactions to shocking public displays by two women—one a Democratic candidate for the Virginia state assembly, the other a GOP Representative in Colorado—highlight the fact that politics is, even for many professing Christians, a religion.
Hunter Biden has been indicted on three gun-related charges, about the only things he’s accused of that doesn’t implicate his father. Meanwhile, the House begins its impeachment inquiry into the president, an odd kickoff to his reelection campaign.Continue Reading
The Washington Post, citing intelligence sources, reports that Ukraine’s counteroffensive will fail to reach its main goal, a key city in the southeastern part of the country, despite a wide range of weapons and military hardware from the US and NATO.Continue Reading