US continues deadly airstrikes in Raqqa in efforts to liberate city from Isis

US continues deadly airstrikes in Raqqa in efforts to liberate city from Isis

U.S. continues deadly airstrikes in Raqqa. Raqqa activists report that US-led coalition forces have bombed the de facto capital of ISIS in Syria, killing at least 47 people while injuring at least 50. Locals are blaming the US coalition for the strikes. The coalition forces are on an offensive to liberate Raqqa from Isis control. Since August 2014, at least 7,337 locals have been killed by US airstrikes. Aug 11, 2017
Robert Mueller details millions in financial disclosures

Robert Mueller details millions in financial disclosures

Robert Mueller, the former FBI director and current Justice Department Special Counsel, disclosed work and financial information done before he was appointed to lead the Russia probe. It included millions he and members of his team made as partners at the WilmerHale law firm. Aug 11, 2017
What would President Mike Pence be like?

What would President Mike Pence be like?

Amid President Trumps turbulent presidency, Vice President Mike Pences name has surfaced as a potential GOP replacement in 2020, assuming Trump doesn resign or get impeached. But what kind of agenda would a President Pence have? Aug 11, 2017
North Korea threat: South Koreas approach differs from US and Japan

North Korea threat: South Koreas approach differs from US and Japan

Defence Minister Itsunori Onodera said Japans military could deter a missile attack on US territory by North Korea. Should North Korea attack Guam, Onodera said the missiles could be shot down by the Japanese military before reaching the U.S according to Onodera. Meanwhile, South Korea has had a nuclear deterrence since the Korean War when the U.S. vowed to protect the country from its northern neighbor. Pyongyangs recent long-range missile tests havent startled the average South Korean citizen, according to CNN. They say either active war is still highly unlikely or Im not really paying attention to politics, sorry. Aug 11, 2017