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Biden’s Syria strike could complicate ‘dicey’ restarted talks with Iran: CNN’s Kaitlan Collins

On Thursday, following a military strike on an Iranian military target in Syria, CNN correspondent Kaitlan Collins broke down the implications of the action — and its possible implications on diplomacy with Iran."We're told this came from the top down, the decision to target these sites specifically. That means it came from President Biden himself," said Collins. "And so this does raise a lot...

Amnesty International strips Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny of ‘prisoner of conscience’ status

Amnesty International no longer considers jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny a "prisoner of conscience" due to past comments he made that qualify as advocacy of hatred, the group said.Amnesty, however, still believes that Navalny should be freed from jail, that he has committed no crime and that he is being persecuted for his campaigning and outspoken criticism of President Vladimir Putin and his government,...

‘We must heed the warning’: 1 in 3 freshwater fishes—vital to food and jobs for millions—face extinction

The world's freshwater fishes are in "terrible trouble," with nearly a third facing extinction if humanity doesn't swiftly change its ways to prevent major losses that would impact not only the species at risk but also hundreds of millions of people, according to a report released Tuesday by 16 conservation groups. "Despite their importance to local communities and Indigenous people across the globe,...

‘The horse is really out of the barn’: Norm Eisen reveals how Trump lost big against Manhattan DA

On CNN Monday, former House impeachment counsel Norm Eisen broke down the significance of the Supreme Court turning away former President Donald Trump's final suit to prevent the Manhattan District Attorney from obtaining his tax returns — a decision met with rage by the former president. "For now, they will be kept only for the eyes for that grand jury and for those...

Lion attacks keeper in German zoo

<p>I know many liberals will disagree with me on this, but in 1988 there really was a liberal media. I found it very hard to get honest-to-God news that interested me as a conservative, even as a White House staffer. It had to be sought out in small-circulation magazines like Human Events and National Review or from the very few conservative columnists in major...
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