Rep. Dan Crenshaw Burns Tucker Carlson With 1 Stinging Question

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Japanese PM Kishida says the U.S. must play leading role in the world

U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris and U.S. House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) applaud as Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida addresses a joint meeting of Congress at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., April 11, 2024. Amanda Andrade-Rhoades | Reuters Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida urged the U.S. Thursday to continue playing a leading role in … Read more

panama papers: ‘Panama Papers’ trial starts. 27 people charged in the worldwide money laundering case

The trial of 27 people charged in connection with the worldwide “Panama Papers” money laundering started Monday in a Panamanian criminal court. Those on trial include the owners of the Mossack-Fonseca law firm that was at the heart of the 2016 massive document leak. The Panama Papers include a collection of 11 million secret financial … Read more

Putin makes bizarre push for Russian games console to rival PS5 and XBOX | World | News

Vladimir Putin has ordered his government to look into creating a games console to rival the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X/S, as the Russian leader seeks to satisfy the country’s vast community of gamers, according to reports. Putin has ordered the government to “consider the issue of organising the production of stationary and … Read more

In the aftermath of the Moscow concert hall attack, is a harsher era under Putin in the works?

Video and photos of suspects in a mass shooting show them apparently being brutalised by Russian security forces – without any rebuke from authorities. A top Kremlin official urges that hit squads be sent to assassinate Ukrainian officials. Senior lawmakers call for restoring capital punishment, abolished decades ago. The aftermath of the Moscow concert hall … Read more

Hungary’s Orban, a long-time Trump ally, rocked by political scandals

Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban arrives to attend a European Council summit at the EU headquarters in Brussels on March 21, 2024. Sameer Al-doumy | Afp | Getty Images Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has run into political trouble ahead of European parliamentary elections in June, with his ruling party shaken by two political scandals … Read more

The Islamic State group claimed the Moscow attack. The Kremlin is still blaming others.

Even before the deadly toll of the attack on a Moscow concert hall Friday became clear, officials in Russia linked it to the war against Ukraine and a broader conflict with the West. Ninety minutes after first reports of the attack, Dmitry Medvedev, the former president and the deputy chair of the Kremlin’s security council, … Read more

Russia knew of terror attack plot, Ukraine’s military spy chief says

Law enforcement officers stand guard near the Crocus City Hall concert venue following a reported shooting incident, near Moscow, Russia. Maksim Blinov / Sputnik via AP Russia was aware that a terrorist attack was being planned weeks before the massacre at the Crocus City Hall in Moscow last Friday, Ukraine’s military intelligence chief has claimed. … Read more

Russia claims West, Ukraine behind Moscow attack but has no evidence

Russian President Vladimir Putin at an expanded Prosecutor General’s Office meeting on March 26, 2024, in Moscow. Contributor | Getty Images News | Getty Images Russia has been firming up its narrative that Ukraine was behind a deadly terrorist attack in Moscow last week, a move that was widely expected by political experts who said … Read more

Russia will use deadly attack to its advantage

In this pool photograph distributed by the Russian state agency Sputnik, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin lights a candle during his visit to a church of the Novo-Ogaryovo state residence outside Moscow on March 24, 2024, as Russia observes a national day of mourning after the Crocus City Hall attack. Mikhail Metzel | Afp | Getty … Read more