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Sergei Shoigu has been ousted as Russia’s Minister of Defense. What happens next, and what does it mean for Ukraine and the West?

Why Putin axed Shoigu

On Monday, May 13, Russian President Vladimir Putin replaced Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu with Andrei Belousov. It was a surprising move to some observers, as Putin had previously refused to oust Shoigu from that position even after the Wagner Group rebelled against Shoigu specifically. Others, like Straight Arrow News contributor Peter Zeihan, predicted this move…

The U.S. deployed the USS Gerald Ford aircraft carrier, guided-missile destroyers, and jet fighters to support Israel and deter enemies.

World’s largest aircraft carrier to support Israel against Iran

Once again, Israel is at war, forced to fight for the protection of its citizens against an enemy that has explicitly stated it is hellbent on the nation’s destruction. And just as in previous wars, the fighting risks boiling over into a full-scale regional conflict. Israel’s war against Hamas is already yielding gains. Hundreds of…

A senate subcommittee has issued a subpoena to Live Nation, seeking information related to its ticket pricing, fees, resale practices. The Morning Rundown™

Congress returns to Capitol Hill: The Morning Rundown Sept. 5, 2023

Congress returns to Capitol Hill with a chock-full agenda, and a community in mourning following a mass shooting gets a little relief. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2023. Congress returns to Capitol Hill, looks to avoid shutdown Lawmakers were set to return to Capitol Hill Tuesday as Congress…

Yevgeny Prigozhin may be dead, but August 23rd was a good day for Ukraine, whose armed forces took out a missile installation in Crimea.

Prigozhin aside, Aug. 23 was good to Ukraine

Yevgeny Prigozhin may be dead, but Wednesday, Aug. 23 was a good day for Ukraine. The Ukrainian armed forces took out a major missile installation in Crimea. Prigozhin’s reported death marked the second occasion in the mercenary’s time on Earth when he reportedly died in a plane crash. The first happened in the Congo in…

Donald Trump's mug shot was released by Fulton County Jail on Aug. 24, soon after the former president turned himself in on charges The Morning Rundown™

Donald Trump’s mug shot released: The Morning Rundown Aug. 25, 2023

Former President Donald Trump’s mug shot was released after he turned himself into a Georgia jail. And the Department of Justice sues Elon Musk’s SpaceX. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, Aug. 25, 2023. Donald Trump responds after mug shot released Donald Trump’s mug shot was released by Fulton County Jail…

Following the reported death of Prigozhin, there's an extensive list of suspects who might gain from the mercenary leader's demise.

Who killed Yevgeny Prigozhin?

Two months after his involvement in an armed mutiny against Russia’s military leadership, Yevgeny Prigozhin is presumed to be dead. The leader of the Russian mercenaries, known as the Wagner Group, was reportedly on the passenger list of a plane that crashed in Russia. It is yet to be verified whether Prigozhin had indeed boarded…

A video of Yevgeny Prigozhin shows Wagner's head mercenary recruiting in Africa, while other mercs continue training troops in Belarus.

Prigozhin pops up in Africa, Wagner mercs educate in Belarus

Two months after Yevgeny Prigozhin led his mercenaries in an armed mutiny against Russia’s military leadership, the head of the Wagner Group appeared to be in Africa. The on-again, off-again Putin ally was back to his old ways of using social media to further the Russian cause. In the video, translated by Reuters, Prigozhin said,…

President Biden is asking Congress for $13 billion for emergency Ukraine aid. But a new poll found a majority of Americans don't support that.

Biden asks Congress for $13 billion for Ukraine as public support drops

President Joe Biden is asking Congress to provide an additional $13 billion in emergency defense aid and $8 billion in humanitarian support for Ukraine. The request also includes $12 billion for the domestic disaster relief fund and costs a total of $40 billion.  Congress is actively debating how much money it’s willing to spend on…

France has approved making abortion a 'guaranteed freedom' in the constitution, with overwhelming support in both lower-house National Assembly and Senate.

What is France’s role in Niger after its coup?

What can or will France do about its investment in Niger now that that country’s president was overthrown by members of his presidential guard? France has had troops in the area for years to help fight armed opposition groups, but now many local Nigerians are saying they want the former colonial ruler to stop intervening.…

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