Japan’s China Policy Becomes More Confrontational in 2021
In 2021, Japan’s China policy has been more aggressive with the increase in Indo-Pacific Chinese activities. The East and the South China Sea have been the scene of increased military activity, one of these is about the Senkaku Islands, which Beijing claims.
Indian Lawyer Appeals to Court; Claims Prince Harry Promised Her Marriage
An Indian lawyer has filed a lawsuit against Prince Harry for allegedly violating his vow to marry her.
Biden Urges Putin To Ease Tensions in Ukraine's Border, Proposes Summit in a Call
President Joe Biden urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to de-escalate tensions along Ukraine's border, suggests a summit in a third country.
Texas, Missouri Attorneys General Sue President Biden for Shutting ‘Remain in Mexico Policy’
Two attorneys general from Texas and Missouri sue President Biden and his administration to resume the Mexico policy of then-president Trump. They cited it should be done to stem the tide of aliens at the borders.
Joe Biden Administration to Withdraw US Troops From Afghanistan by September 11
President Joe Biden is slated to withdraw all remaining United States troops from Afghanistan by September 11. This date would be the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that prompted the US' involvement in its longest war.
President Joe Biden's Aim For Bipartisan Cooperation Applies Stealthy Pressure
President Joe Biden has started reaching for bipartisan cooperation to support his massive infrastructure plan, but it holds Democrats to pave the way for an agreement.
$50k Student Loan Forgiveness Would Free 36 Million Student Borrowers From Debt
A $50,000 student loan forgiveness would free student borrowers from debt if the Biden administration agrees with the progressives' demands.
Egypt Seizes Ever Given Ship in Suez Canal, Pending $900 Million Compensation
Egypt has seized the container ship barring the Suez Canal, according to the vessel's owner on Tuesday. This is during a dispute over the amount of compensation the nation is owed after the weeklong shutdown of the waterway.
Health Experts Explain Why Women Report More Side Effects from COVID-19 Vaccine
Health experts explained why women report more side effects after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine than men.
Japan Allows Treated Water to be released from the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant
On Tuesday, the Japanese government decided to start releasing radioactive water that has been treated from the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant, deliberated in the last two years. Many oppose the tainted water release into the Pacific Ocean, especially fishermen and residents near the area.
Nikki Haley Not Running for President in 2024 If Donald Trump Would
The former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley revealed that she is not contesting a bid for the White House in the 2024 elections if Donald Trump runs as president. She said this is a response to him considered the number one contender.
US Halts Use of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Following Rare, Severe Blood Clots
The FDA and the CDC are requesting that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine be halted in the US after six women developed rare blood clots.
President Joe Biden Strikes International Deal To Reduce Migrants Arriving At the Southern Border
Pres. Joe Biden signed an international deal with the governments from Mexico, Guatemala, and Honduras to stop the migrants from reaching the U.S.
Prince Philip's Bond with Princess Diana, Including Exchange of Letters
Here's how Prince Philip went out of his way to make Princess Diana feel welcome when she joined the Royal Family in 1981.
F-14 Tomcat: The Iranian Air Force Reverse Engineering the Fourth Generation Fighter
The Iranian Air Force is allegedly trying to develop a similar heavyweight interceptor based on the technology of the F-14 Tomcat. If the attempt is successful, it will be the second one developed from the twin-engine naval fighter.