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President Joe Biden will discuss his campaign and health in a primetime interview amid internal party pressure and calls to drop out. The Morning Rundown™

Biden to speak in first TV interview since debate amid calls to drop out

President Joe Biden prepares for his first TV interview following the June 27 debate. And history was made at Coney Island on July 4 with this year’s hot dog eating champions! These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, July 5, 2024. Biden to sit down for first TV interview since debate amid…

If Trump wins in November, he will have a mountain of work ahead to resolve the many security risks poised by waves of immigrants.

On immigration, Trump will have a mountain to climb

President Biden, responding to a recent uptick in “the entry of certain noncitizens at the southern border,” has restricted asylum eligibility and increased the consequences for individuals caught illegally crossing the border. Those measures prompted liberal advocacy groups like the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to file lawsuits against the Biden administration. Biden’s stricter immigration…

Attorney General Merrick Garland says House has "turned a serious congressional authority into a partisan weapon" after contempt vote. The Morning Rundown™

Attorney General Merrick Garland held in contempt of Congress

The head of the Department of Justice, Attorney General Merrick Garland, held in contempt of Congress. And “life-threatening” flooding in south Florida as more torrential rain is expected Thursday. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Thursday, June 13, 2024. Attorney General Merrick Garland held in contempt of Congress In an effort led…

Russian warships and a nuclear-powered submarine enroute to Cuban conducted military drills in the Atlantic on Tuesday. The U.S. military has been monitoring the activity, but said it sees no "imminent threat" from the drills.

Russian naval forces conduct drills 100 miles off coast of Florida in show of force

Three Russian warships and a nuclear-powered submarine performed drills in the Atlantic Ocean en route to Cuba on Tuesday, June 11. The drills are part of what is believed to be a Moscow military flex amid Russia’s war in Ukraine. The Russian Defense Ministry said that the Admiral Gorshkov frigate and Kazan nuclear-powered submarine simulated…

Venezuela has faced a lot of tough times, but the worst is just ahead. The nation itself might not survive what comes next.

Venezuela is on the brink of state collapse

Venezuela’s recent history has been fraught with political corruption, mismanagement and decline. With Venezuela’s elections just around the corner, U.S. investments — and Venezuelan citizens — are continuing to flee the country. Watch the above video as Straight Arrow News contributor Peter Zeihan warns that the worst for Venezuela is yet to come, and why…

Sen. Rubio warns of Venezuela's Tren de Aragua gang linked to major crimes, including trafficking and violence, across the U.S.

US officials warn of Venezuela’s Tren de Aragua gang crossing border

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said the Venezuelan gang Tren de Aragua, which has caused devastation in Central and South America, is now linked to human smuggling and sex trafficking in the U.S. The gang has been connected to violence in New York, Chicago and potentially Miami, among other places. Murders, sex trafficking, kidnappings, and money…

Hundreds of thousands of migrants entered the U.S. under a program that allows them to bypass the border and fly directly into the U.S.

Thousands of migrants flew into US under new program. Where did they go?

Hundreds of thousands of migrants entered the U.S. under a Biden White House initiative that allows them to bypass the border and fly directly into the U.S. Of those migrants, 80% of them are landing in the Sunshine State. The program is meant to serve as a safer pathway into the country, according to the…

In this episode of Weapons and Warfare, meet a longtime boat maker hoping to turn its racing background into a tool for the military.

Boat builders looking for new mission: Weapons and Warfare

In this episode of Weapons and Warfare, head out on the Potomac River with host Ryan Robertson as he visits a longtime boat maker. Ghostworks Marine is a maritime company hoping to turn its yacht racing background into a winning formula for special operations forces. Also featured in this episode: You can subscribe to the…

Don't worry, Venezuela lacks both the ability and the true motive to follow through with its threats to invade Guyana.

Why Venezuela will not invade Guyana

Concerns have grown around the world over a possible Venezuelan invasion of Guyana. Guyana, a small South American nation of just 820,000 citizens, is oil rich and lacks military defenses, and Venezuela’s oil is running dry. With traditional norms against territorial conquest now eroding following Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, some experts have warned that…

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