Trump is a ‘gangster’ guilty of ‘supreme war crime of aggression’
US scholar:
US President Donald Trump’s approval of an expanded military mission to secure an expanse of oil fields across eastern Syria is a “supreme” form of war crime against a sovereign nation, an American scholar says.
Trump Bribed Ukraine, Makes Nixon's Offenses 'Look Almost Small'
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Thursday accused President Donald Trump of "bribery" in his dealings with Ukrainian leaders, linking the president's actions to the Constitution's impeachment clause even while emphasizing that Democrats remain undecided on whether they'll draft impeachment articles.
American Dream is dying while Chinese Dream coming to fruition
The American Dream is dying while the Chinese Dream of home ownership, higher wages, and better living conditions is coming to fruition, says Dennis Etler, an American political analyst who has a decades-long interest in international affairs.
US Spent $6.4 Trillion on Wars Killed 800,000 Since 9/11 Attacks
New figures from a US military watchdog group tallied the incredible costs of the US war on terror since September 11, 2001, finding that well over $6 trillion have been dropped on dozens of conflicts in which some 800,000 people have died.
Poll: Majority Sees Crime as Serious Problem in US
A majority of respondents see crime as a serious problem in the United States, according to a poll released on Wednesday.
Britain is “on the path to fascism”
Hillary Clinton:
Hillary Clinton warns of path to 'fascism' after British MPs stand down at the upcoming general election citing online threats.
Trump’s public impeachment probe has ‘potentially historic consequences’
The impeachment inquiry of US President Donald Trump, which entered a new and critical phase with the first public hearing in the House of Representatives, will have "potentially historic consequences," a political analyst in Maryland says.
Survey: Most Americans 'Feel Like Stranger' in US
Most Americans "feel like a stranger" in their own country, according to a poll.
Report: Record Number of Migrant Kids in Custody in US in 2019
An unprecedented number of migrant children were held in US government custody over the past year with the numbers hitting 69,550, the highest number of children that have been taken away from their parents than any other country, according to UN The migrant children who were held in government custody this year, up 42% in fiscal year 2019 from 2018, spent more time in shelters and away from their families than in prior years.
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