As Hezbollah threatens to open a second front in the Israel-Hamas war, Benjamin Netanyahu and opposition leader Benny Gantz formed a war cabinet Wednesday that includes the two men and Israel’s Defense Minister Yoav Gallant.
The co-founder of Wikipedia said in an interview this week that CIA and FBI computers have been used to manipulate the online encyclopedia since at least 2008, making it “the most biased encyclopedia in history.”
Three years after we suggested the Wuhan Institute of Virology might be the source of SARS-CoV-2, and five years after the State Department warned about its biosecurity, the Biden administration has finally suspended US funding for the Chinese lab.
Republicans and Democrats are both claiming victory after reaching a deal over the weekend raise the federal debt ceiling by about $4 trillion. Both parties are leaning on holdouts to pass the bill Wednesday before the US Treasury runs out of money.
While some media outlets are rightly highlighting the Durham report, which found no basis for the FBI’s investigation of Donald Trump, John Durham left the big question unasked: What was Special Counsel Robert Mueller really doing for two years?