Jim Banks, the Republican Study Committee’s chairman, argued that the Bipartisan Innovation Act would hinder U.S. efforts to counter the Chinese Communist Party.
Author: Jimmy Quinn
Senator Chris Coons Calls for Conversation on Deploying U.S. Troops to Ukraine
Chris Coons might be the first senator to publicly urge that Congress and the president consider sending U.S. service members to Ukraine.
Dozens of Former U.S. Generals and Admirals Warn against Iran Nuclear Deal: Letter
Retired military officials respond to the Biden administration’s negotiations with Iran.
Detainees Forced to Drink Herbal Tea, then Give Blood Samples: Xinjiang Survivor
‘When we drank those teas and medicines, we did not feel good and we had a kind of pain in our bodies and got red rashes throughout our bodies.’
Xinjiang Prison-Camp Survivor and Family Tailed by ‘Super Suspicious’ Individuals in D.C.
The incident was reported to the FBI, a source said.
Ukrainian Official Details Three Rape Cases; One 14-Year-Old Victim Pregnant
Ukrainian foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba said the rape allegations suggest that Russian troops are doing the same elsewhere.
Evidence of Beheadings, Torture as Hundreds of Bodies Continue to Be Found in Bucha
Washington Post reporters accompanied Ukrainian prosecutors across Bucha on Wednesday to a glass plant and other locations where Russian forces tortured, dismembered, and shot Ukrainians.
Biden Admin Push to Isolate Russia at U.N. Can Go Further
How long will it take for the U.S. to come around to supporting a campaign to remove Moscow from its Security Council seat?
U.S. to Seek Russia’s Removal from U.N. Human Rights Council after Mass Killings
Removing Russia from the council is a largely symbolic measure, but it could pave the way for a broader campaign resulting in Russia’s further isolation.
Mass Killings in Bucha, a Suburb of Kyiv
More Russian atrocities are certain to be unearthed, as bodies are found in cellars and other sites where forces murdered ordinary people.