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Elizabeth Warren

Elizabeth Warren’s Campaign Gets More Transparent before Sixth Debate

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Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign has retaliated to calls of Sound Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s campaign about transparency in the campaigns for 2020 elections. On Sunday, Warren released the information of her previous legal work and the earnings she made. According to the disclosed information by Sen. Warren, she has received about $2 million…

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Pensacola Navy Base

Saudi Officer Shakes Pensacola Naval Base, But Fails to Disrupt US-Saudi Relations

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After the shooting incident at the Pensacola navy base, Florida, Friday morning, the authorities are still investigating the motives of the suspect identified as 2nd Lt. Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani. Alshamrani, an aviation officer with the Saudi Air Force, fatally shot three people before he was killed in the fire exchange with two deputies, who were…

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Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

House Passes Two-State Policy to Resolve Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

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The House has passed a resolution supporting the two-state policy to resolve the long-standing Israeli–Palestinian conflict. The resolution was introduced after including the amendments offered by both the Republicans and Democrats to achieve bipartisan support. The bill currently known as House Resolution 326 opposes the plan of Trump administration that does not recognize the establishment…

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Pete Buttigieg

Controversies Continue to Follow Pete Buttigieg Ahead of Sixth Debate

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Pete Buttigieg is once again under the spotlight of controversy for receiving political donations from McKinsey & Co for his presidential campaign. Several immigrant rights groups have asked Buttigieg’s presidential campaign to return more than $50,000 received from the consulting firm. The groups alleged that the firm has aided and advised the White House Officials…

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Iranian Military

Efforts to Dissuade Iran Fail as Iranian Military Builds SRBM Arsenal in Iraq

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Since a long time, the volatility in the Middle East region has remained a major concern for the global powers. As per a recent report from the US officials, Iranian military is taking the advantage of the ongoing protests in Iraq by increasing its short range ballistic missile (SRBM) arsenal in Iraq. According to the…

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2019 Uighur Act

Yet Another Blow to China, House Approves 2019 Uighur Act

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The House of Representatives on Tuesday unanimously approved the 2019 Uighur Act in an attempt to curb one of the gravest human rights violations of all time in China’s Xinjiang province. The House passed the bill by 407 to 1 vote, with Republican Rep. Thomas Massie being the only one who opposed the bill. The…

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Lebanon military aid

US on Aid Withholding Spree, Releases Lebanon Military Aid after Months

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The White House officials have finally released Lebanon military aid worth $105 million after withholding it for several months. The aid has increased the possibility of US-Israel relations being impacted. Speaking on the condition of anonymity, two congressional staffers and an administration official claimed that the aid was released right before Thanksgiving and the officials…

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Iranian Threats

Netanyahu Discusses Impacts of Iranian Threats ahead of NATO Summit

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With protests ravaging across Iran, President Donald Trump spoke with the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday to discuss the extent of Iranian threats and other grave issues. The statement released from the White House in response to the call said, “The leaders discussed the threat from Iran, as well as other critical bilateral…

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New Orleans Shooting

Post New Orleans Shooting, Will Supreme Court Modify Gun Rights?

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Repeated mass shootings have rattled peace across the country despite various calls for stricter gun laws. The recent New Orleans shooting near French Quarter has forced many to think about the Supreme Court’s decision on its first gun rights case in the decade. New Orleans was rocked with two mass shooting incidents on Sunday, leaving…

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