President Biden said a "handful" of documents were filed in the "wrong place" while speaking to reporters in California on Jan. 19.
- Business Insider
ABC anchor calls out Sen. Marco Rubio during tense exchange over Chinese spy balloon: 'This happened 3 times under the previous president'
Rubio wondered aloud why Biden "waited so long" to tell people about the Chinese spy balloon, but was called out by ABC's Jonathan Karl.
- The Hill
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) on Monday called for a probe into why former President Trump was apparently not informed of previous Chinese surveillance balloons that Biden officials are saying crossed over the U.S. at least three times during the previous administration. “If it’s true the Pentagon purposely did NOT tell President Trump of Chinese…
The former president's son retweeted a not-so-kind caricature of Donald Trump.
Melania Trump's 'Unexpected' Presence in the Situation Room During a Major Military Operation Raised a Few Eyebrows
The Donald Trump administration has provided lots of headlines and plenty of surprises since he exited the White House in 2021, but the latest Melania Trump headline is definitely raising eyebrows. A new memoir from former acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller, Soldier Secretary: Warnings from the Battlefield & the Pentagon about America’s Most Dangerous Enemies, […]
- The Daily Beast
Gaelen Morse/ReutersDonald Trump tried to deny reports on Sunday that China launched spy balloons over the U.S. during his presidency, saying the claims were an attempt to deflect embarrassment over the half-week debacle.Three other spy balloons have traveled over the continental U.S. in the past, officials told the Associated Press, including twice during the Trump administration. That has not stopped Trump and his acolytes, such as Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) and former Secretary of State Mike Pomp
The Arkansas governor, who's admitted under oath to lying to the press, will deliver the GOP's response to Biden's State of the Union address this week.
- The Telegraph
Kim Jong-un has not been seen in public for 35 days ahead of an expected mass parade in Pyongyang this week to celebrate the North Korean military’s 75th anniversary.
- The Telegraph
Fed up with the traffic, afraid of street crime and hooked on Twitter, Taliban fighters who left their villages and rode into Kabul after decades of war are struggling with the daily grind of city life.
- VC Star | Ventura County Star
A hint of greed may be seeping into the public perception of California’s first-and-only in the nation slavery Reparations Task Force.
Manhattan DA was 'weeks' away from filing criminal charges against Trump in 2020, when he was still president, former prosecutor says
Mark Pomerantz details in his new book that the DA's office wanted to charge Trump for allegedly undervaluing his stake in a Manhattan building.
- The Telegraph
The Chinese spy balloon may have been carrying explosives in a huge payload “the size of a jetliner”, a top Pentagon official revealed on Monday.
- Ukrayinska Pravda
Russia plans to launch a new large-scale offensive within the next 10 days. Source: Financial Times with reference to an unnamed adviser to the Armed Forces of Ukraine Details: The Financial Times writes that Kyiv has obtained "very solid intelligence of intent" by Russia to launch a new attack.
- Detroit Free Press
The Michigan congressman is divorcing her husband after 12 years of marriage.
- Green Bay Press-Gazette
Latest on Lac du Flambeau land dispute and road closures: State lawmakers call on Gov. Evers to step in as some non-Native landowners organize
Two state lawmakers are calling on the governor to intervene in a land dispute on the Lac du Flambeau reservation that has resulted in blocked roads.
- The Hill
A top U.S. general said that the Pentagon did not detect previous Chinese spy balloons as they were in the air, after former President Trump and members of his administration vehemently denied a claim from defense officials that such balloons had flown over the U.S. at least three times during his presidency. Gen. Glen VanHerck,…
- The Wrap
Marco Rubio learns Chinese spy balloon over US three times during Trump administration
Social Security recipients will be getting much bigger payments in 2023 thanks to an 8.7% cost-of-living adjustment that will boost the average check by more than $140 a month. But if you heard that...
- Tallahassee Democrat
The clash between DeSantis and Walt Disney Co. started last year after the company weighed in on the governor's parental rights legislation.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
Swiss elites are discussing changes to Switzerland’s policy of neutrality which would allow the transfer of Swiss-made weapons and ammunition to Ukraine, Reuters reported on Feb. 6.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) -Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said Western missions would "pay" for issuing security warnings and temporarily closing consulates in Turkey last week, while police said there was no serious threat to foreigners after detaining 15 Islamic State suspects on Sunday. Ankara summoned the ambassadors of nine countries on Thursday to criticise their decisions to temporarily shut diplomatic missions and issue security alerts. Turkish officials said the following day that Western nations, including the United States and Germany, had not shared information to back up their claims of a security threat.