Two previously unpublished emails sent by business contacts of Hunter Biden indicate that the president’s son requested an annual retainer of $2 million to help recover billions in Libyan assets frozen by the Obama administration.
Two evacuees from Afghanistan have already been charged with federal crimes committed at a Wisconsin military base, in a development likely to raise concerns about the more than 100,000 persons brought to the United States in the wake of the country’s capitulation to the Taliban.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR), on the Senate floor Tuesday, slammed the Democrats for blocking a bill that would have designated the Taliban a terrorist organization.
In what might come as a shocker to the college-educated liberal midwit, if they bothered to explore accurate news outlets, Afghan refugees that are being brought into American military bases across the country have been reported to be engaging in high rates of crime, including assaults and rape. Considering the stories of Afghan behavior that have been an open secret for years, this comes off as sadly unsurprising to those who have been paying attention.
Disinformation and malign influence online are among nascent digital threats the U.S. military is actively countering, top officials said on Monday.
US leadership in math has supplied our country with an enormous strategic advantage. But for various reasons, three of which we set out below, the United States is now at risk of losing that dominant position…
One of the most consistently repeated trends of COVID has been the premature declarations of victory from areas with a perceived level of “success” in “controlling” the pandemic… On the flip side to inaccurate praise, the incomprehensible inability of experts to get anything right is perhaps best exemplified by Sweden.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, whose advice guided much of the global response to the Covid pandemic, has seemingly washed its hands of one virus while warning the world isn’t prepared to deal with the next big pandemic.
Weeks after their dramatic escape from Kabul, tens of thousands of Afghans hoping to be resettled in the United States remain on military bases across the country and overseas as medical and security screenings slow the process.
Four Chinese Navy warships were spotted sailing just outside the United States’ exclusive economic zone late last month, in a development likely to raise tensions between the two world powers.