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GOP bracing for Trump indictment soon after Election Day

Republican aides and strategists privately expect Attorney General Merrick Garland to pursue an indictment of former President Trump within 60 to 90 days after...

Lula defeats Bolsonaro to again become Brazil’s president

SAO PAULO (AP) — Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has done it again: Twenty years after first winning the Brazilian presidency, the leftist defeated...

The Anglosphere Needs a Customs Union

The five “core Anglosphere” nations on their own would add up to a very impressive economic bloc. OVER A century ago, at the Royal Geographic...

Progressive Democrats Break Rank With Call for Urgent Diplomacy in Ukraine

The Democratic Party should be leading the charge for peace and a negotiated settlement to end the war. This is a start. In a dramatic...

Will the energy crisis crush European industry?

While companies are digging in for a long winter, executives and politicians fear a wave of deindustrialization As European businesses brace for energy shortages, workers...

U.S. Believes Ukrainians Were Behind an Assassination in Russia

American officials said they were not aware of the plan ahead of time for the attack that killed Daria Dugina and that they had...

US “Nuclear Primacy” and “Blitzkrieg Nuclear War”: Russia Responds to America’s Plan to Win...

The U.S. Government no longer designs nuclear weapons to prevent World War III, but instead to win World War III. Whereas both the Soviet Union...

Ukraine Is on the Offensive But Struggling to Get More Powerful Weapons

Kyiv is increasingly worried that allies will become even more cautious about sending the kind of weapons they fear could provoke a direct confrontation...

As Ukraine Advances on Ground, Clock Ticks in Washington on Aid

Support for Kyiv potentially faces new political hurdles as U.S. midterm elections draw near WASHINGTON—Widespread support in Congress for pumping aid to Ukraine is starting...

Facebook spied on private messages of Americans who questioned 2020 election

Facebook has been spying on the private messages and data of American users and reporting them to the FBI if they express anti-government or anti-authority sentiments...