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Americans trying to get to Kabul airport are facing numerous difficulties.
Americans Face Violence in Afghanistan, Defense Secretary Austin Contradicts President
A few days ago, President Joe Biden denied that Americans in Afghanistan were facing any trouble getting to Kabul Airport. Biden claimed that Washington had received “no indication” of such complications. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin...
Washington deleted a tweet that featured a Taiwanese flag.
US Covid Reponse Team Deletes Tweet With Taiwan Flag, Chinese Media Celebrates
The White House COVID-19 Response Team recently posted a tweet that detailed America’s vaccine donations globally, including those sent to Taiwan. One of the tweets features Taiwan’s flag, which had attracted controversy. Taiwan President Tsai...
102 people who were vaccinated against COVID-19 have tested positive for the virus in the state of Washington since Feb. 1
Hundreds of “Breakthrough Cases” – Vaccinated Individuals Test Positive for COVID-19 in Washington, Minnesota, South Carolina
102 people who were vaccinated against COVID-19 have tested positive for the virus in the state of Washington since Feb. 1. Referred to as ‘breakthrough cases,’ it represents 0.01 percent of the state’s fully vaccinated...
A major airline disaster was averted when United Airlines Flight 328 made an emergency landing at the Denver International Airport.
United Airlines Flight Lands Safely After Engine Explodes
A major airline disaster was averted when United Airlines Flight 328 made an emergency landing at the Denver International Airport. Its right engine exploded shortly after take-off. With ten crew members and 231 passengers on...
People from Antifa and Black Lives Matter groups recently held a protest march through Washington D.C, with one video showing protesters chanting “If we don’t get it, burn it down” while walking through a residential neighborhood.
Antifa, BLM Protesters March in DC, Chant ‘Burn It Down’
People from Antifa and Black Lives Matter groups recently held a protest march through Washington, D.C, with one video showing protesters chanting: “If we don’t get it, burn it down!” While walking through a residential...
National Guard Presence in D.C. Raises Questions
National Guard Presence in DC Raises Questions
As a safety measure, nearly 26,000 National Guards were stationed in Washington D.C. during Biden’s inauguration. After a full week, approximately 13,700 guards still remain in the city. According to the military chief of the...
Communist China flew several planes into Taiwan's air defense identification zone. (Image: Department of Defense/Public Domain)
Communist China Breaches Taiwan Air Defense Zone, Sends Aggressive Message to Biden Administration
In what appears to be a warning to the new U.S. administration, Communist China recently sent warplanes into Taiwan’s Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) for two consecutive days. On Jan. 23, the People’s Liberation Army...
Social media platforms are rapidly banning pro-Trump and conservative content
Orwellian Tactics: Facebook and Twitter Tighten Censorship Against Conservatism
Social media platforms like Facebook are rapidly banning pro-Trump and conservative content from their platforms after the Capitol break-in. Facebook has announced that it will now be blocking all content that has the phrase "Stop...
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo criticized Beijing after a Chinese court sentenced ten Hong Kong citizens who were arrested by the Chinese coast guard in August.
Washington Boosts US-Taiwan Relationship by Lifting Self-Imposed Restrictions
For many years, the U.S. has followed several internal restrictions that regulate how officials interact with Taiwan. Washington had implemented these restrictions with the hope of forging closer ties with Beijing. On Jan. 9, Secretary...
Readers Criticize Seattle Times Op-Ed for Pro-Beijing Slant
An op-ed in The Seattle Times has received heavy condemnation online for what readers saw as the author's one-sided view that the U.S.-China trade conflict is recklessly hurting business in Washington state. Robert Spitzer, co-leader...
US Renews Sanctions as Iranian Government Struggles
On Nov. 5, the U.S. government re-imposed what, a few days earlier, the White House termed “the toughest sanctions regime ever” on Iran’s theocratic government, mainly targeting the country’s petroleum exports.   The sanctions also...
USGS: Mount St. Helens and Mount Rainier at ‘Very High’ Risk of Eruption
In its first update to the list of America’s most dangerous volcanoes since 2005, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) has listed the Washington state mountains of Mount St. Helens and Mount Rainier as posing...