Biden seeks to quell oil prices by asking China and India to tap reserves

D.C. 11/18/21, 23:41

The Biden administration is scrambling to ease inflation concerns fueled by the rising energy prices. The latest move has asked China and some other large oil consumers to use their emergency reserves to cool down global prices. According to Reuters, President Joe Biden and his top aides have discussed a possible release ...

Kamala Harris could be replaced, suggests renowned Fox News host

D.C. 11/18/21, 16:29

Well-known Fox News host Jesse Watters obtained information that Congress is to hold confirmation hearings. However, it doesn't do them for regular candidates, only for those running for Vice President, and he believes it could be about Kamala Harris' replacement.  "Our Capitol Hill Correspondent Chad Pergram tells us he's been hearing ...

ISIS present in all provinces of Afghanistan: UN warns of terrorist advance

D.C. 11/18/21, 16:14

A United Nations (UN) special envoy to Afghanistan presented a comprehensive report to the institution's Security Council on Wednesday, Nov. 17. She raised concerns about the advance of the ISIS-K terrorist group in nearly all 34 provinces of the country.  Addressing the UN Security Council on Wednesday, Deborah Lyons said ISIS-K, ...

Biden signs costly infrastructure bill into law amid rising inflation

D.C. 11/15/21, 21:26

President Joe Biden signed a Democrat-drafted $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill into law on Monday, Nov. 15, sealing one of the most expensive measures in U.S. history. The hard-fought bill was signed after it passed the House in a 228-206 vote, in which 13 Republicans bucked their party to support the measure and six Democrats also ...

Tension in Eastern Europe: US and UK step into dispute with Russia

D.C. 11/15/21, 18:10

The tension between Russia and the West reached a new point this Monday, Nov. 15, as the United Kingdom announced it was ready to send troops to defend Ukraine from a possible Russian invasion. Also, Poland received U.S. support in its conflict against Belarus, and the European Union extended economic ...

COP26: Critics say promises are empty

D.C. 11/14/21, 02:10

The climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, is ending in disappointment and more criticism. For the past two years, the world has been seeing more vivid consequences of climate change, forcing world leaders to pay attention to it. Yet, two weeks of negotiations have passed, and activists see more issues and feel ...

Amid America’s immigration crisis, several murders recorded along the U.S. border

D.C. 11/13/21, 15:39

Amid the escalation of America's immigration crisis, several murder incidents are recorded along the United States border, where professional-type weapons and methods were used the Daily Mail reported. According to Texas law enforcement officials, many innocent people have become the drug cartels' victims along the southern border's United States side. On Oct. ...

Security expert proposes strategy to detect CCP’s hypersonic missiles

D.C. 11/12/21, 21:25

A national security research expert and director of a Washington DC strategic think tank said that the United States should incorporate space-based sensors to detect and counter new nuclear-capable hypersonic missiles from the Chinese regime, according to Taiwan News. Tom Karako provided an analysis of the characteristics of China's new hypersonic missiles and ...

US Climate Envoy John Kerry promises no coal by 2030

D.C. 11/12/21, 02:12

U.S. climate envoy John Kerry was confident the U.S. would eliminate coal use in just nine years, he said in an interview at the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow Tuesday, Nov. 9. "By 2030 in the United States, we won't have coal," he said, according to Bloomberg. "We will not have ...

Pentagon reveals ‘dozens’ of family members of US troops remain in Afghanistan

D.C. 11/12/21, 00:42

Nearly three months after the United States terminated its military operation in Afghanistan, the Pentagon disclosed that "dozens" of American troops' families remain in the nation. There are no complete statistics on the number of immediate family members of U.S. service members in Afghanistan. "We believe it's certainly, most likely in the ...