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Feb 23 2022
Politicians and commentators in the U.S. and abroad were quick to point fingers after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered Russian troops into separatist-contested regions of eastern Ukraine.
Who’s to blame for this crisis? Answers varied widely but generally aligned with each accuser’s prior biases. Conservative commentator Candace Owens blamed NATO for expanding eastward, sayingNew York Times (Opinion) The Hill Washington Examiner
Jun 06 2017
The leak of top secret NSA report about an election cyberattack by Russia may have led to the ouster of its own leaker, and it seemed to show that while our election system as a whole may be safe, its parts are not. The report also contracts what President Obama said about Russian involvement in the election.The Daily Caller Los Angeles Times NPR (Online News)
Aug 23 2023
On Wednesday, India became the fourth country to successfully land on the moon after a failed attempt nearly four years ago. The other countries that have achieved a soft landing on the moon are the United States, the former Soviet Union, and China.
Key Details: India's Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft was launched in July, with a mission that includes a lander and a small rover that willWashington Times CNN (Online News) BBC News
Jul 12 2017
Donald Trump Jr. appeared on Hannity to address the recent reports that he met with a Russian lawyer during the presidential campaign in order to collect damaging information on Hillary Clinton. Sean Hannity, one of Fox's top-rated news personalities, has been defensive of Trump Jr.'s actions, and media coverage of the interview varied widely across the aisle.HuffPost USA TODAY Washington Examiner
Jul 12 2017
President Donald Trump defended his son Donald Trump Jr. in early morning tweets that proclaimed his innocence and took aim at the news media, a day after the younger Mr. Trump released documents showing he accepted a meeting to discuss an alleged Russian government offer of help damaging Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.HuffPost Fox News (Online News) Wall Street Journal (News)
Feb 17 2022
President Joe Biden told reporters Thursday that his “sense” was that Russia could invade Ukraine “within the next several days,” adding that while the risk was “very high,” there was still a “clear diplomatic path.”
Biden’s remarks came along with several developments in the Russia-Ukraine crisis. On Wednesday, a senior administration official told reporters that while RussiaNew York Times (News) Fox News (Online News) Axios
Jul 28 2019
Russian Police detained more than 1,000 protesters in Moscow on Saturday. Demonstrators called for fair elections after opposition candidates were excluded from running for city council.
News outlets on the left tended to report 1,000-1,400 arrests, while many on the right reported "at least" 500-800. Center outlets saw a similar divide internally.Fox News (Online News) Washington Post Associated Press
Oct 07 2022
President Joe Biden said Thursday that threats of Russia using nuclear weapons in Ukraine should be taken seriously.
Biden said Russian President Vladimir Putin is "not joking when he talks about the potential use of tactical nuclear weapons" because Russia's military is "significantly underperforming." Biden added that Americans "have not faced the prospect of Armageddon since KennedyReuters The Epoch Times CBS News (Online)
Jun 11 2022
As Russian President Vladimir Putin continues his invasion of Ukraine, President Joe Biden is struggling to unite international allies and bring a definitive end to the war.
Beyond providing Ukraine with a substantial amount of military aid, Biden's main strategy has been urging other nations to place more severe economic sanctions against Russia to further destabilize its economy —The American Conservative Foreign Policy New York Times (News)
Feb 22 2020
Attorney General William Barr has recently been the center of controversy, following several disputed decisions by the Justice Department and a disagreement about social media between President Donald Trump and Barr, the nation's chief law enforcement official.
Public controversy began when the DOJ reduced the original sentencing recommendation for former Trump adviser Roger Stone lastHenry A. Brechter