The Pew Research Center finds that only 43 percent of Americans think President Biden is ‘mentally sharp.’
The president of the American University of Afghanistan declares, ‘most movement out of Afghanistan is paused right now.’
In late August, Biden allies assured us the U.S. would feel better about his leadership in a month or so, after Afghanistan faded from the news.
Does it ever feel like the Congressional negotiations about these giant spending bills are in an endless loop?
About a month after Oregon mandated the wearing of masks outdoors, the state’s active COVID-19 cases have increased 73 percent.
A U.S. senior State Department official punts on the question of the Taliban’s legitimacy.
Scott Gottlieb’s new book lays out how, when the pandemic hit, the Chinese CDC ‘went dark’ on their U.S. counterparts.
Three weeks after U.S. forces left Afghanistan, the Kafkaesque process of trying to escape the country is even more dangerous.