Vladimir Putin’s ally, Dmitri Medvedev, threatened the use of nuclear weapons if areas of Ukraine occupied by Russian troops are attacked.Continue Reading

A German bakery was shocked when its bill for natural gas, normally about $5,800 a month, jumped to about $87,500 a month for the last quarter. The ongoing proxy war between NATO and Russia is leading to a cold, dark, and hungry winter for Europe.Continue Reading

China quietly cut off shipments of sand to Taiwan last Wednesday, depriving the country that produces 2/3 of the world’s computer chips of a critical raw material, potentially affecting everything from computers and cars to missile guidance systems.Continue Reading

Nancy Pelosi’s stunt visit to Taiwan last week caused Xi Jianping and Chinese leadership to lose face, an unforgivable act in their culture. China’s response may be slow in coming, but it will be calculated, precise, and tough.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

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s announced trip to Taiwan has become a game of nuclear chicken. China has threatened military action if Pelosi goes through with her visit, but the Biden administration may feel it can’t risk being seen as weak.Continue Reading

A pair of Russian lawmakers investigating biolabs in Ukraine claim that Ukrainian POWs show evidence of military experiments. The deputy chair of the State Duma says the goal is to create “cruel killing machines.”Continue Reading