Watch: From Colombia and Brazil, Kei Pritsker expounds on the decades of US meddling in South America that preceded the ongoing coup in Venezuela.
Rarely is US hypocrisy so cynical and overt as a recent US State Department investigation into ongoing violence in Myanmar, all while the US continues its full spectrum support of Saudi Arabia’s genocidal war on Yemen.
Attempts to use the US Navy to block Russia’s trade would amount to a declaration of war, a high-ranking senator commented on the US internal secretary’s suggestion of impeding Russia’s energy trade through a maritime blockade.
News that a city’s local police were disarmed for working with drug cartels was no surprise to citizens who view police and the cartels as one in the same.
The militant group “Lions of the East” was set to carry out terrorist attacks in the country, capturing Syria within one week, the Russian Reconciliation Center stated. “The militants’ objective was to conduct a series of terrorist Read More…
Two departments of the US federal government may have spent as much as $21 trillion they can’t account for between 1998 and 2015, a professor at Michigan State University has found.
Washington, D.C., may be known for its countless politicians, but a new study says our nation’s capital also houses the most psychopaths in the United States.
Over seventy Syrian tribes declared war on the US over the weekend as they announced a new “resistance front” to fight foreign troops in northern Syria.
The US, Britain and France trampled international law to launch missiles against Syria, claiming to have “evidence” of the government’s use of chemical weapons. That evidence is based on terrorist lies.
The United States military carried out its first ever drone strike in southern Libya against Al Qaeda militants this weekend, signaling a possibly significant expansion of the U.S. counterterrorism campaign in the war-ravaged North African nation.
Over a million claims submitted to the International Criminal Court by Afghani individuals and organizations allege crimes against humanity and war crimes were committed by various factions since 2003, including Afghan forces, the Taliban, the CIA, and the U.S. military.
The United States is to spend billions of dollars upgrading 150 nuclear bombs positioned in Europe, although the weapons may be useless as a deterrent and a potentially catastrophic security Read More…
As the 1,000th day of the U.S.-backed Saudi airstrike campaign in Yemen passed this week, humanitarian agencies recorded the one millionth case of cholera to infect the war-torn country, where 80 percent of the population lacks adequate access to food, clean water, and healthcare.
In 2016, President Obama’s last year in office, the United States dropped 26,171 bombs in seven countries, the vast majority (24,287) targeting Syria and Iraq. That amounts to 72 bombs per day – three bombs per hour – every day for the entire year.