The US senator who was a stalwart defender of American interventionism and unilateralism around the globe, has succumbed to cancer
After years of investigating President Clinton the best Starr could come up with was that he lied about a personal relationship.
Norway's need for an innovative infrastructure development is sure to set the pace for the rest of the world for decades to come.
Media Matters founder David Brock is pushing for the destruction of Donald Trump at Soros' behest.
Europe's relationship with the US was changing even before Donald Trump and his provocative Tweets came along. Germany now sees the current trans-Atlantic antipathy as a...
Buchanan: "We Are In For A Hellish Year"
71% of Russians think their government did not try to influence the US election.
The reality of real competition from tech-savvy Russia and NATO's increasingly visible irrelevance are manifested in the US' current warning.
Featuring a 1970's retro design that is Russia's answer to Elon Musk's originality, Kalashnikov introduces its new electric supercar.
The US military is upgrading its stealth bomber platform and its associated weapons payload systems to maintain American strength anywhere in the world.
Members linked to George Soros-funded digital media asked Ocasio-Cortez to run for office.
Michael Cohen pled guilty to campaign violations that were not campaign violations.
Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange's mother, Christine Assange, tweeted - and then deleted - what many believe to be a suggestion that murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich "leaked docs...
Britain has contracted out the exercise of state violence.
Comments in interview with Reuters indicate that the doors are not entirely slammed shut between the US and Russia regarding sanctions.
In Denmark, everyone pays at least the 25% value-added tax (VAT) on all purchases. Income tax rates are high.
One of the most insidious ways politicians expand government is by creating new programs to “solve” problems created by politicians.
Over 300 US newspapers ran editorials on the same day denouncing Trump, an event in itself that points to some high degree of collusion and groupthink.
Gallup's conclusion: "Although U.S.-Russian tensions continue to simmer, more Americans are inclined to believe the U.S. is better off trying to improve relations with Russia."
Democrats, certain in their accusations of guilt, sound a lot like Republicans in 2002.
Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper threw former CIA Director John Brennan under the bus on Sunday.
After 17 bloody years, the longest war in US history continues without relent or purpose in Afghanistan.
The CIA invented fake news.
Judicial Watching is calling for a re-opening of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails after finding more classified information on the former Secretary of State’s non-“state.gov”...
All of the US sanctions levied against Russia are based on lies and fabrications.
Germany’s policy contradicts claims that the migrants are “war refugees,” because if that were the case, they’d seek asylum at the nearest, non-wartorn country.
John Brennan loses his security clearance under suspicion that he was monetizing intelligence - this claim put forth by Senator Rand Paul.
Mainstream media refuses to give airtime to intelligence professionals who can prove the current Russia-DNC narrative is a complete fabrication.
The great rule of conduct for us in regard to foreign nations is in extending our commercial relations, to have with them as little political connection...
There are indications that the FBI knew that Steele was in contact with the media before the bureau submitted the first FISA application.
US Colleges are teaching students to “queer” Christianity and religion in general.
One year later, the VIPS memo contending that the DNC emails were leaked and not hacked has yet to be successfully challenged. Meanwhile, the country sinks...
What do Russia, Turkey and Iran have in common?
NATO expansion continues to drive the world the closer towards the threat of thermonuclear war.
Sweden is set to have a political earthquake in September.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's populist economic policies have finally caught up to him.