Will US Bombs Replace US Troops in Afghanistan?

The US has left a trail of chaos in its ongoing withdrawal from Afghanistan that is making its allies in other war-torn countries wonder if they will be next. But is the US really finally DONE with Afghanistan after 20 years? Not if you ask top members of the Biden Admin…

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One Child Among DEAD From US Airstrikes In Iraq and Syria

US Airstrikes in Iraq and Syria killed at least one child and wounded 3 civilians, according to reports. The attack was issued at Biden’s command, and the two militia groups it targeted are now vowing retaliation…

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Why NATO Membership For Ukraine is a ‘RED LINE’ for Russia

Biden is pledging his full support for NATO, after four years of Trump’s criticism over how much the US contributed. But while the alliance still hasn’t made Ukraine an official member, it is largely seen as serving Washington’s interests—and that comes at a price…

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Housing Bubble Flashes Warning Signs Not Seen Since 2008 Crisis

Housing prices are skyrocketing, and the combination of record-low interest rates, unprecedented fiscal stimulus, and the ongoing global recovery is increasing concerns that the growing bubble is set to burst for the first time in over a decade, and it will be worse than 2008…

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China Targets US Dollar’s Dominance With New Digital Currency

China is taking on the US Dollar’s global dominance in an unprecedented way—becoming the first major economy to create a digital currency. But while it may be convenient, the central bank-backed currency is already sparking concerns for the new powers it gives the government…

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Iran Warns It May Consider Creating Nuclear Weapons If Biden Doesn’t Lift Sanctions

NEW: As Biden indicates he has no plans to lift Trump’s sanctions and follow through on his campaign promise to return to the 2015 Nuclear Deal, Iran is suggesting it could also change its commitments and pursue the creation of a nuclear weapon…

Iran’s intelligence minister said, “If a cat is cornered, it may show a kind of behavior that a free cat would not. If Iran is pushed in that direction, then it wouldn’t be Iran’s fault but those who pushed it.”

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Congress Pushing for just $600 in Stimulus Checks as part of $900 BILLION Coronavirus Relief Bill

After months of claiming they couldn’t agree on the next coronavirus relief package, while millions of Americans struggled to make ends meet, Congress is now pushing for stimulus in a vote to avoid a Gov’t shutdown. But it would include just a single $600 stimulus check—which is not enough for most Americans to even make a dent in the debt they’ve accumulated surviving this year…

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