Trudeau Dares China for a Public Probe Over Uyghur Mistreatment as Beijing Attacks Canada's Human Rights Record
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responds to China's request for an investigation into the discovered remains of indigenous children, challenging the Chinese government to open Xinjiang for a public inquiry on Uyghur mistreatment.
White House Acknowledges Failure to Reach Vaccination Milestone by Fourth of July
United States President Joe Biden's administration recently acknowledged the fact that it will not meet its goal of at least partially vaccinating 70% of American adults by the Fourth of July. However, the White House said the ambitious goal motivated officials to reach a high rate of inoculation.
Republicans Block Democrats' Signature Voting Bill, Manchin Agrees to Vote To Open Debate
The Senate GOP is poised to bar Democrats' landmark legislation on voting rights on Tuesday. Manchin does not support the original bill Democrats are pushing but says he has found "common ground" on a possible new version.
US Takes Down Dozens of Iran-Linked Websites in Massive Crackdown on Misinformation
US officials seized dozens of Iran-linked news websites, accusing them of spreading misinformation in a massive crackdown amid rising tensions between the two nations.
Georgia Removes 100,000 Names From Voter Rolls To 'Ensure The Integrity Of Elections'
More than 100,000 names will be removed from Georgia's voter registration in an attempt by officials who want to ensure "election integrity" in the next elections. Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger detailed the plans of the state government to the public.
Boris Johnson Faces Fury Over Postponed Meeting to Fix Social Care System
Boris Johnson is under pressure to reform the social care system after it was revealed that care home fees had increased by nearly a third since the Tories took office.
Anthony Fauci Fires Back at Critics Over Accusatory Emails; Reveals Wife, Daughters Receive Death Threats
Dr. Anthony Fauci addressed the backlashes he received from his critics and revealed that his wife and daughters were also sent death threats via email.
Chinese Spymaster's Rumored Defection Fueled by Government's Secrecy
Dong Jingwei, one of China's top spymasters, was rumored to have defected to the United States earlier this year. The controversy surrounding the personnel has fueled investigations regarding the origin of the COVID-19 virus as he is believed to have brought information from Wuhan, China.
Congress Approaching Fight Over Debt Ceiling, Congress Agrees To Let Government Borrow Through July 31
Congress is coming towards a fight next month over raising the debt ceiling. Democrats will need Republican support.
GOP-Led States Dismiss Federal Gun Laws Amid Recent Mass Shootings in the US
Many GOP-led states are banning police from enforcing federal gun laws despite the surge of mass shootings in the United States. Some Republicans have even threatened police departments of massive fines if they choose to move forward with their decisions.
Iran Nuclear Deal: Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett Cautions US to Wake Up Before Returning to Nuclear Agreement
Israeli PM Naftali Bennett cautioned the United States and other countries seeking to rekindle the nuclear deal with Iran to "wake up." He stated that a regime of brutal hangmen should never be allowed to have weapons of mass-destruction.
Republican DeSantis Tops Poll Support to Run as 2024 Presidential Candidate
A survey showed that many Americans showed support for Republican Ron DeSantis to run for the presidential candidate in the 2024 elections, narrowly beating out Donald Trump. The first-time governor is an avid critic of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions.
White House Insists on Pandemic Origin Probe, Possible Bipartisan Bill for New Sanctions Against China Over COVID-19
Republican Senator Marco Rubio plans to prepare a bill that would impose new sanctions on China if it blocks an independent probe on COVID-19 origins.
Biden Speculated to Fall Short of July 4 Deadline Despite Touting Number of Administered Vaccines
United States President Joe Biden moved his July 4 deadline of vaccinating at least 70% of American adults amid the declining number of inoculations. The Democratic leader is urging citizens to get vaccinated to fight against COVID-19.
Iran Presidential Vote Defined by Voter Apathy Due to Low Turnout, Frontrunner Under US Sanctions
Iranians on Friday voted in a presidential election dominated by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's hard-line apprentice upon the disqualification of his strongest competition. Former Central Bank chief Abdolnasser Hemmati is running as the moderate candidate but has not inspired the same support as outgoing President Hassan Rouhani.