House Republicans have called upon ABC News to explain its actions in what some say has been a coverup of evidence involving convicted sex-offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Doctors have been sued out of medicine for a lot less than what was done to Nathaniel, a teen boy who’ll never be the same again. Having undergone “sex-change surgery” a year ago — including, of course, his genitalia’s removal — he now calls it a “Frankenstein” transition that has “ruined” his life.
The continued rise of Pete Buttigieg (shown), the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, in the race for the Democratic nomination for president, is shaking up that party’s contest. With his moving into contention as the front-runner, look for his record and background to come under increased scrutiny — starting Wednesday night during the Democratic presidential debate in Atlanta, Georgia.
The FBI wonders whether Wall Street financier Jeffrey Epstein was murdered, the head of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) told a Senate Committee yesterday.
National Security Council (NSC) member and Ukraine expert Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman admitted during his testimony before Congress that he made up elements of President Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in an official summary.
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said on November 17 that the United States and South Korea have indefinitely postponed a joint military exercise in an “act of goodwill” toward North Korea. Esper made the announcement during a joint news conference in Bangkok with Jeong Kyeong-doo, South Korea’s minister of national defense.
The restaurant chain Chick-fil-A announced Monday that it will discontinue its donations to two prominent Christian organizations that have been accused of anti-LGBTQ views: The Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said on November 18 that he cannot envision that the Senate would vote to remove President Trump from office.
In a bombshell announcement on Monday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo heralded a new White House stance on the extremely divisive issue of Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank. Pompeo said that the United States will no longer view those settlements as “inconsistent with international law.”
Another effort to warn U.S. citizens of the imminent and mounting threats to their sovereignty went largely unreported on Monday. A staff report from the U.S. Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations entitled “Threats to the U.S. Research Enterprise: China’s Talent Recruitment Plans” should have been called “China’s plans to rule the World Through the Theft of U.S. Technology.”