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    The History of Fake News in the United States
    Jan01

    The History of Fake News in the United States

    Fake news isn’t suddenly ruining America, but putting government in charge of deciding what news is fake will. In the wake of President Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 election, numerous media outlets ran stories claiming that many websites had published false stories that helped Trump beat Hillary Clinton. Since then Left-leaning...

    What I Learned From a Wartime Christmas Eve
    Dec22

    What I Learned From a Wartime Christmas Eve

    KYIV, Ukraine—The first time I ever saw a war, it was on Christmas Eve in 2009. At the time, I was a green Air Force special operations pilot on my first deployment to Afghanistan. I had already been in country for a few weeks, flying mostly day missions. Easy stuff, like surveillance and reconnaissance sorties, which typically meant orbiting ad...

    Why the War in Ukraine Matters to America
    Dec16

    Why the War in Ukraine Matters to America

    KYIV, Ukraine—And it goes on and on in eastern Ukraine. Every day and every night. There’s never any end to the artillery, the rockets, the snipers. Or the killing. The war in Ukraine has so far killed more than 10,300 Ukrainians, including at least 2,523 civilians, according to the United Nations. “After three and a half years, we are...

    US Arms Sale to Georgia a Long-Overdue Show of Support for Eurasian Ally
    Dec13

    US Arms Sale to Georgia a Long-Overdue Show of Support for Eurasian Ally

    The U.S.- Georgian relationship was taken to a new level on Nov. 20, when President Donald Trump approved something that never occurred during President Barack Obama’s eight years in office. That would be an estimated $75 million deal to sell Javelin anti-tank missiles to the Eastern European republic of Georgia. After 25 years of...

    As China Invests in Ukraine, Russia Stands to Gain
    Dec09

    As China Invests in Ukraine, Russia Stands to Gain

    KYIV, Ukraine—A top Chinese official visited Kyiv this week to announce a host of new infrastructure projects and investments in Ukraine, underscoring a burgeoning economic relationship between the two countries that could nudge Kyiv away from the West—a scenario that would ultimately benefit Moscow, some say. “Russian-Chinese relations have no...

    Russia’s Hybrid War Against the West Began on the Battlefields of Ukraine
    Nov18

    Russia’s Hybrid War Against the West Began on the Battlefields of Ukraine

    KYIV, Ukraine—Russian revanchism has spread beyond the battlefields of Ukraine’s Donbas region into a global, hybrid conflict that has redrawn the balance of power in Eastern Europe and pitted the world’s two largest nuclear powers against each other. “When a country can come interfere in another country’s elections, that is...

    Ukraine Turns to American Coal to Defend Itself Against Russia
    Nov10

    Ukraine Turns to American Coal to Defend Itself Against Russia

    KYIV, Ukraine—Sometimes, wars aren’t won by tank battles and infantry assaults. Sometimes, it comes down to keeping the heat on. As Russia’s hybrid war against Ukraine nears its fifth calendar year—and as Ukraine’s infamously cold winter draws near—American companies are incrementally cutting into Russia’s de facto...

    New House Caucus Stands Against Communism and for Its Victims
    Nov09

    New House Caucus Stands Against Communism and for Its Victims

    Members of Congress have created a new caucus to recognize and remember everyone who has suffered at the hands of communism and for those who still live under communism in the countries where it still exists. The Victims of Communism Caucus, announced Nov. 7, will advocate for people currently fighting against communist regimes in China, Cuba,...

    Assassinations in Ukraine’s Capital Raise Spectre of a Russian ‘Shadow War’
    Nov01

    Assassinations in Ukraine’s Capital Raise Spectre of a Russian ‘Shadow War’

    KYIV, Ukraine—A Chechen woman who had fought on the side of Ukrainian forces against Russia and its separatist proxies in eastern Ukraine died in a brazen vehicular ambush on the outskirts of Kyiv on Monday. The ambush underscored what some Ukrainian government officials and security analysts suspect is part of a larger Russian shadow war...

    Podesta Group’s Ties to Manafort Case Loom Larger in Mueller Probe
    Nov01

    Podesta Group’s Ties to Manafort Case Loom Larger in Mueller Probe

    The lobbying group co-founded by Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign chairman is in the crosshairs of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, being mentioned indirectly Monday in the 12-count indictment of President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager. The Podesta Group has been identified in news reports as...

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