The CIA director says U.S. intelligence shows that China’s President Xi Jinping has instructed his country’s military to “be ready by 2027” to invade Taiwan
In many ways, Russia’s president has already lost his war on Ukraine.
The agency's reportedly "low confidence" assessment further divides the intelligence community on how the coronavirus pandemic began in 2019.
Donald Trump's plan for Ukraine involves "getting people in a room" and "getting it done." The closer one looks, the dumber this superficial tack becomes.
The administration that left more than $80 billion to the Taliban thugs in Afghanistan has proven it knows how to waste American money.
Russia and the West have argued for months about which side is more willing to negotiate, with the world as an audience.
Officials said at least five civilians were killed in the attacks, as President Vladimir V. Putin repeated his claim that the war is part of a U.S.-led effort to destroy Russia.
The coronavirus pandemic most likely began with a laboratory leak, a U.S. Energy Department classified intelligence report sets out.
Biden chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci said Tuesday on MSNBC's "The Beat" that the theory COVID-19 pandemic started from a leak in a Chinese laboratory is not likely. | Clips
US national security adviser Jake Sullivan on Sunday vowed there would be "real costs" for China if the country went forward with providing lethal aid to Russia in its war on Ukraine.
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Providing aid to Russia "will come at real cost to China," Sullivan said on CNN.
He said: "Putin is applauding it, so how could it be any good?"
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