Trump Administration to Ban Americans from Downloading TikTok, WeChat

The Commerce Department will prohibit U.S. business transactions with messaging app WeChat beginning September 20 and TikTok on November 12.

Trump Administration Wants U.S. Investors to Hold Majority Stake in TikTok

Officials in the administration have expressed skepticism over a deal that would leave Chinese-based ByteDance with a majority stake in

Media Help Adam Schiff Rehabilitate the Image of His Latest Whistleblower

Schiff had accused that same whistleblower of “deeply troubling” professional misconduct and lying to Congress in an attempt to cover

Rand Paul Lauds Trump as First President in Decades to ‘Seek to End War, Rather than Start One’

Paul contrasted Trump’s opposition to the Iraq War with Joe Biden’s support for various foreign interventions.

U.S. to Pull 12,000 Troops from Germany after Failure to Meet NATO Spending Target

President Trump said it is a response to Germany’s reluctance to spend a greater share of its gross domestic product

China Orders U.S. Consulate in Chengdu Shut in Retaliation for Houston Closure

The closure was a “legitimate and necessary response to the unjustified act by the United States,” China’s foreign ministry said

Multiple Reports Challenge White House Claim That Trump Was Never Briefed on Russian Bounty Intel

The Trump administration maintains that the intelligence was never verified and therefore never made it to the president’s desk.

DOJ Sues John Bolton to Delay Book Publication

Bolton’s memoir “The Room Where it Happened” is scheduled for publication on June 23, and underwent a four-month pre-publication review

Milley Apologizes for Attending Trump’s Church Photo-Op: ‘I Should Not Have Been There’

“My presence in that moment, and in that environment, created a perception of the military involved in domestic politics,” the

Not-So-Retiring Retired Military Leaders

In a time of crisis, their synchronized chorus of complaints, falsehoods, and partisan appeals to resistance threaten the very constitutional

Zuckerberg Calls for ‘Clear Regulatory Framework’ to Counter Chinese Internet Censorship

The Facebook founder said he was worried about China’s model “spreading to other countries.”

Unmasking? The Real Story Is When Flynn Was Not Masked in the First Place

Where is the record showing who unmasked Flynn in connection with his fateful conversation with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak?

House Republicans to Probe Use of Chinese-Made Drones by U.S. Law Enforcement

U.S. intelligence agencies have warned that drones by Da Jiang Innovations could be used by the Chinese government to spy

Flynn and the Anatomy of a Political Narrative

The FBI coordinated very closely with the Obama White House on the investigation of Michael Flynn, while the Obama Justice

Federal Judge Orders Release of Chelsea Manning from Prison

Manning, the former Army intelligence analyst who leaked classified military information to Wikileaks., was jailed last year for refusing to

‘Be Wary of Authoritarian Regimes’: Pompeo Warns African Allies Not to Rely on China

The U.S.’s top diplomat also criticized the “failed socialist experiments of years past” that were attempted in some African nations.