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    Foreign Soros-Backed Media Outlet Bashes Conservatives With US Taxpayer Dollars
    Jun21

    Foreign Soros-Backed Media Outlet Bashes Conservatives With US Taxpayer Dollars

    For additional proof that the State Department has no business teaming up overseas with the vast network funded by the billionaire George Soros, look no further than the portentously named Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP). The OCCRP calls itself “an investigative reporting platform formed by 24 non-profit investigative...

    Ukrainian President Credits US Help in Defense Against Russia
    Jun21

    Ukrainian President Credits US Help in Defense Against Russia

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said the United States has been a “co-sponsor of this story of success” in helping his country fight for freedom against Russian aggression, as he sat with President Donald Trump in the Oval Office Tuesday. “We’re really fighting for freedom and democracy,” Petro Poroshenko says. Trump and National...

    Watch as Russian Fighter Jet Intercepts U.S. Bombers Over Baltic Sea During NATO Exercise
    Jun17

    Watch as Russian Fighter Jet Intercepts U.S. Bombers Over Baltic Sea During NATO Exercise

    KRZESINY AIR BASE, Poland—A Russian Su-27 fighter jet last week intercepted a formation of 11 NATO aircraft, including U.S. B-1B and B-52 bombers, as they flew within international airspace over the Baltic Sea as part of a military exercise. This correspondent for The Daily Signal was onboard a U.S. Air Force KC-135 aerial refueling tanker, part...

    Ukraine’s Forever War
    May31

    Ukraine’s Forever War

    KYIV, Ukraine—On May 13, an artillery shell fired from within separatist-controlled territory landed in a residential neighborhood of Avdiivka, a front-line town in eastern Ukraine. Three women and a man were standing outside the home where the shell hit. Elena Aslanova, Olga Kurochkina, Maria Dikaya, and Oleg Borisenko. They all died. Two...

    Trump’s Move to Deter Russian Aggression
    May26

    Trump’s Move to Deter Russian Aggression

    KYIV, Ukraine—On Tuesday, President Donald Trump presented a budget request to Congress that would boost spending for an Obama-era buildup of U.S. military forces in Europe meant to deter Russia from military provocations and show NATO and its European partners that the U.S. is committed to their defense. “Such a request is more reassuring for...

    Trump Is Not Pro-Russia, Despite What the Media Says
    May24

    Trump Is Not Pro-Russia, Despite What the Media Says

    Politically, no story is hotter than the one about President Donald Trump and the Russians. Last week’s appointment of a special counsel to investigate Russian interference in the election keeps the story alive. But abroad, Trump hasn’t helped the Russians. In fact, he’s opposed them. Like many Americans, I completely rejected...

    We Hear You: ‘Illuminating,’ ‘Thoughtful’ Reporting on France’s Presidential Election
    May22

    We Hear You: ‘Illuminating,’ ‘Thoughtful’ Reporting on France’s Presidential Election

    Editor’s note: We get a fair amount of passionate comment addressed to or about Nolan Peterson, The Daily Signal’s Ukraine-based foreign correspondent. When Peterson traveled to France to cover the final days of the French presidential election campaign, his reporting attracted your attention. Here’s a sample at the top of the...

    Trump Must Banish the Era of Leading From Behind
    May19

    Trump Must Banish the Era of Leading From Behind

    Four months after taking office, President Donald Trump is taking his first foray onto the world stage. Over the course of the next seven days he will travel to Europe and the Middle East, visiting four countries as well as the Vatican: Saudi Arabia, Israel, Belgium, and Italy. Across the Atlantic, he will take part in a mini-summit in Brussels,...

    As Russia Uses Cyberattacks, Ukraine Bans Some Social Media Sites
    May17

    As Russia Uses Cyberattacks, Ukraine Bans Some Social Media Sites

    KYIV, Ukraine—Citing Russian cyberattacks as a national security threat, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko signed a decree on Tuesday banning several popular Russian social media sites, as well as other Russian websites and news outlets, for three years. The move was part of a comprehensive cyber sanctions package against Moscow, which...

    A Massive Cyberattack Has Hit Over 150 Countries. Here’s How to Protect Your Computer.
    May16

    A Massive Cyberattack Has Hit Over 150 Countries. Here’s How to Protect Your Computer.

    A cyberattack is currently hitting countries from Great Britain to Russia, affecting hospitals, businesses, and home computers. The attack, also known as WannaCry, has reportedly affected over 200,000 businesses across 150 countries since initially being reported on Friday. In Great Britain alone, 16 National Health Service hospitals were hit....

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