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A new report from the Pentagon says China's swelling nuclear stockpile makes it a growing rival to the U.S. as tensions rise over Taiwan.

Pentagon: China is tripling its nuclear stockpile

A new report from the Pentagon says China’s swelling nuclear stockpile makes it a growing rival to the U.S. The congressionally mandated annual report, which assesses China’s military and security strategy, predicted China would amass a stockpile of about 1,500 warheads by 2035. That is more than three times the number of known warheads they…

A new report from the Pentagon indicates China is boosting its nuclear arsenal at a record pace and will triple its stockpile by 2035.

Gun-related deaths hit record high, lethal police robots join force

Robots with lethal capabilities are being added to police force; Gun-related deaths hit record high and Alabama halts executions. These stories and more highlight the midday update for Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022.  China increases nuclear stockpile A new report from the Pentagon indicates China is boosting its nuclear arsenal at a record pace. Officials predict…

President Biden told reporters today that he is confident a rail strike will be prevented. Congressional leaders were in agreement. The Morning Rundown™

Biden ‘confident’ of no rail strike, NATO commits to Ukraine

Biden says he is “confident” a rail strike will be averted; NATO commits to Ukraine; and the Great Barrier Reef is in danger. These stories and more highlight the midday rundown for Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022. Biden is “confident” strike will be prevented “Congress, I think, has to act to prevent it. It’s not an…

In Germany, the Social Democrats and their two partners are at odds about next steps in Ukraine. It could mean trouble for NATO countries.

Germany needs to send aid to Ukraine but it’s complicated

Germans, like most Europeans, believe that Putin won’t stop if he wins the war in Ukraine. The Russian president will likely keep pushing west, into NATO territory, meaning World War III would be close behind. So the coalition partners to the party in power in Germany, the Social Democrats, want to supply the Ukrainians with…

On the same day more suicide drones struck Kyiv, day two of China's Communist Party congress got underway as early voting was set to begin in Georgia. The Morning Rundown™

More Kyiv strikes; China’s Communist Party congress; Georgia early voting

On the same day more suicide drones struck Kyiv, day two of China’s Communist Party congress got underway as early voting was set to begin in Georgia. These stories highlight the Daily Rundown for Monday, Oct. 17, 2022. Kyiv drone strikes – An unknown numbers of explosive-laden suicide drones struck Ukraine’s capital as residents were preparing…

NATO is providing weapons support to the Ukrainians at a crucial time in their fight to hold off the Russians.

NATO weapons support comes at crucial time for Ukraine

As the Ukraine war rages on, Russia is reportedly turning to North Korea to purchase missiles and artillery. While Moscow denies the reports, U.S. intelligence said the move is a sign of Vladimir Putin’s increased desperation for his country’s war effort. Straight Arrow News contributor Peter Zeihan says there is more bad news for Russia. He…

A video of Finland’s youngest Prime Minister Sanna Marin partying with friends has gone viral, and Marin has since taken a drug test.

Finland PM Sanna Marin takes drug test after partying video goes viral

A video of Finland’s youngest Prime Minister Sanna Marin partying with friends has gone viral. Marin has since taken a drug test to clear any speculation she was under the influence of narcotics.  Finland’s Prime Minister @MarinSanna is in the headlines after a video of her partying was leaked today. She has previously been criticized…

The Taliban was not aware of Ayman al-Zawahri being in Kabul, the Brittney Griner trial began closing arguments, the Senate approved NATO membership.

Taliban opens investigation, Griner closing arguments, NATO vote passes

Taliban opens al-Zawahri investigation- The Taliban announced Thursday it is investigating this weekend’s killing of al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahri. A spokesperson indicated that Taliban leaders were not aware of the killing or of al-Zawahri’s presence in Kabul. This goes against Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s claim that the Taliban was sheltering him. On Monday, U.S.…

NATO invited Finland and Sweden as Biden pledged to step up the military presence in Europe.

NATO invites Finland, Sweden; US to maintain military presence in Europe

On the same day NATO formally invited Finland and Sweden to join the alliance, President Joe Biden promised to maintain the United States’ recently-increased military presence in Europe for the “foreseeable future.” Both moves are seen as steps to bolster their respective defense capacities in Europe amid Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine. “I think the…

NATO is expanding his rapid reaction force.

NATO announces major expansion of rapid reaction force ahead of Madrid summit

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced allies will agree to increase the size of the alliance’s rapid reaction force to 300,000 troops. That is nearly eight times higher than the current 40,000 soldiers serving in the force. Speaking in Brussels Monday, Stoltenberg described the move as part of the “biggest overhaul of collective defense and…

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