Former National Security adviser Michael Flynn’s attorney Sidney Powell tells FOX Business’ Elizabeth MacDonald that she has ‘a lot of questions for’ former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates.
Before the bombings, Eisenhower had urged at Potsdam, “the Japanese were ready to surrender and it wasn’t necessary to hit them with that awful thing.”
Branko Marcetic discusses a recent move by the Trump administration that will grant unprecedented powers to the CIA to conduct cyber attacks against foreign countries.
Seventy years after the bombing, will Americans face the brutal truth?
Seventy-five years ago, at 8:16 on the clear morning of August 6, the world changed forever.
Did the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki shorten the war, and were they necessary to force the Japanese surrender? Many people believe the answer to both questions is yes: In dropping the Bomb, America chose the lesser of two evils.
The Pentagon’s announcement that around 12,000 U.S. troops will leave Germany, reducing the American force presence there by a third and continuing decades of similar reductions, was widely met with derision in Washington from policymakers on both sides of the aisle.
The last agreement limiting America’s and Russia’s nuclear arsenals is months away from expiring.
The Trump administration appears to be holding the renewal of the bilateral New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, or New START, hostage with the fallacy that China should, and would immediately, join trilateral negotiations with the United States and Russia.
What we are seeing, in short, is a reassertion of sovereign independence on the part of great and small powers alike.