Chris Cuomo, the CNN host who once told viewers that it was "illegal" for them to download WikiLeaks documents that might incriminate Hillary Clinton, has thrown down the gauntlet to those who question his veracity. Read Full Article at RT.com
Joe Biden's predecessor, Donald Trump, claimed that he took a cognitive test at "Walter Reed Medical Center in front of doctors" and "aced" it. During his 2020 presidential campaign, Trump repeatedly urged his rival to take the test and present the results, as a way of suggesting that Biden was unfit for office.
Ugandan human rights activist Esther Nakajjigo started her efforts when she was 17, saving for college and intending to open a health care center with free treatment for woman and girls. She was also awarded multiple times for her humanitarian activity while also creating a reality show to help underserved women.
Back in 2019, Victoria's Secret moved to cancel its annual fashion show for the first time in 2019. At the time, the lingerie brand's parent company, L Brands, said it was mulling how to "advance the positioning of the brand and best communicate that to customers."
In the 1980s, the Pentagon attempted to develop satellite-based laser weapons to intercept incoming nuclear missiles. While the US lacked both technical knowhow and political will to finish the Strategic Defense Initiative, that didn’t stop them from testing a slew of space weapons, many of which it fears, now that other nations possess them.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot has deemed racism a “public health crisis” in Chicago, vowing to allocate nearly $10 million in federal coronavirus relief money to create “equity zones” around the city and improve her “anti-racist” policies. Read Full Article at RT.com
In June, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un appeared in public for the first time after an almost month-long absence, turning up at the first meeting of the political bureau of the governing party, according to the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA).
Child slaves trafficked to cocoa plantations in Africa can’t sue Nestle for “general corporate activity” in the US, the Supreme Court has ruled on the same day President Joe Biden declared a new holiday marking the end of slavery. Read Full Article at RT.com
Political turbulence comes amid growing dissatisfaction among Unionists in Northern Ireland following Brexit as, under the terms of the withdrawal agreement, a customs border has been established between the nation and the rest of the UK.
Following renewed hostilities in Gaza just days into the administration of Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, Bahrain’s foreign ministry has reached out to Jerusalem in order to find out more information about its commitment to the peace deal they signed in September.
As the saying goes, people who live in glass houses should not throw stones. According to netizens, US President Joe Biden did not adhere to this proverb during his Wednesday remarks on Russia following his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Brussels, Belgium.
The suspect in an unprovoked stabbing of a 94-year-old woman in San Francisco had been released by a judge nine days earlier despite his fifth burglary arrest since 2020, leading to renewed criticism of woke criminal justice. Read Full Article at RT.com
When US President Joe Biden ordered an airstrike against a depot in Syria allegedly used by Iraqi militias in February, he claimed the action was ordered in self-defense, not under a War on Terror-era law, as has been used for similar past airstrikes.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - France no longer objects to the development of the North Sea Route, but to make the project more attractive to international partners, Russia should make sure it is environmentally friendly, Nikolai Korchunov, the ambassador-at-large of the Russian Foreign Ministry and a senior official of the Arctic Council, said on Thursday.
Some big businesses have already invested huge sums into digital currencies, acquiring cryptocurrency assets, and the tendency seems to be spreading across political actors too. Meanwhile, financial regulatory authorities have been stressing their concern about the lack of transparency of transactions made in crypto.
Earlier in the day, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) said it conducted airstrikes against Hamas military targets in the Gaza Strip, stating that the airstrikes were a response to launches of "arson balloons" from Gaza into Israel.
Last month, famed Hollywood actor and producer Matthew McConaughey teased that a possible campaign for Texas governorship is a "true consideration." It is unclear what party the Oscar-winning actor would run under, as he has previously described himself as "aggressively centrist."
Democrat Rep. Ted Lieu has adopted the strangest narrative in a bid to attack pro-gun conservatives: that the US actually won in Vietnam, and that it’s unpatriotic to say the enemy fought off the US military with cheap rifles. Read Full Article at RT.com