An alleged ISIS operative in the U.S. was plotting to kill George W. Bush, going so far as to travel to Dallas in November to take video around the former president’s home and recruiting help from a team of compatriots he hoped to smuggle into the country over the Mexican border, according to an FBI … Read moreFORBES EXCLUSIVE: ISIS Plotting To Assassinate George W. Bush In Dallas
“Russian officials are also openly threatening the world that there will be famine in dozens of countries,” he said. “And what could be the consequences of such a famine? What political instability and migration flows will this lead to? How much will you have to spend then to overcome the consequences?” His comments came after … Read moreZelensky warns that’s Russian blockade could lead to food shortage globally
Ukraine’s southern port city of Mariupol has been razed to the ground as Russian forces make “desperate” attempts to finish taking the city “at any cost,” Ukraine Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said Sunday. Kuleba appeared on CBS’ “Face the Nation” and described how the situation in Mariupol is “dire militarily” and “heartbreaking” after seven weeks … Read moreUkraine foreign minister: Mariupol doesn’t exist anymore
Radiation killed at least one at this point
Putin appears to be digging in ..
The drums are beating..
Some alarming comments are being made
Ukrainian police identified a victim of gunfire as Brent Renaud, a 51-year-old journalist, filmmaker and US citizen.
Mila Kunis used to say she was from Russia before they invaded Ukraine..
“It’s been irrelevant to me that I come from Ukraine. It never mattered,” she explained of her upbringing. “So much so that I’ve always said I’m Russian. Like I’ve always been, ‘I’m from Russia’ for a multitude of reasons. One of them being when I came to the States and I would tell people I’m from from Ukraine, the first question I’d get was ‘Where is Ukraine?’ And then I’d have to explain Ukraine and where it is on the map… But if I was like, ‘I’m from Russia’ people were like, ‘Oh we know that country.’ So I was like great I’ll just tell people from Russia.” “Hell no! I’m from Ukraine. Everything’s changed,” she says now. “It is a sense of pride, and it’s not taking away from loving where I live now and everything that this country has given me.”
30 top TikTok stars gathered on a Zoom call to receive key information about the war unfolding in Ukraine. National Security Council staffers and White House press secretary Jen Psaki briefed the influencers about the United States’ strategic goals in the region and answered questions