First Deal with Saudi Arabia Approved

On October 26, the U.S. State Department approved its first sale to Saudi Arabia, which has caused some controversy and criticism of the Biden administration. The sale included 280 AIM-120C-7/C-8 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missiles (AMRAAM), 596 LAU-128 Missile Rail Launchers (MRL)

Tensions run hot between U.S. and China at climate summit

China is largely known to be the biggest contributor of all countries to climate change when it comes to levels of greenhouse gas emissions. Recently, tensions ran hot between the U.S. and China when discussing the level of commitment to solving climate

Subpoenas Issued to Six Top Trump Associates

Six of Donald Trump’s top campaign associates have been subpoenaed by the Democratic-led House select committee investigating the deadly January 6 insurrection. The committee is still in need of testimony and document from key witnesses.   The six people subpoenaed were involved

300 Americans Plea to Flee Afghanistan

At the end of August this year, the U.S. military announced and began its withdrawal of troops out of Afghanistan after a 20 year mission. Around 234 Americans have been aided to leave the country that is now being taken over fully

​​Donald Trump Jr sells T-shirts mocking Alec Baldwin set shooting

Donald Trump Jr has begun selling merchandise that mocks Alec Baldwin, who fatally shot a cinematographer during an on-set incident last week. Mr Trump has been sharing several Instagram photos and stories since Thursday’s tragic film set incident in New Mexico, where Mr Baldwin was filming Rust outside

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