... secretive operations to influence populations overseas, it has been ordered by the
The move came after
shut down misleading accounts that they determined were sending messages to promote U.S. foreign policy.
officials told the military they were concerned about its efforts to spread pro-American messaging on social media, prompting the
to order a review of secretive operations to influence populations overseas, U.S. officials said. The review follows a decision ...
... had not changed, adding the President had made similar comments in Tokyo earlier this year and also made clear that our Taiwan policy hasn't changed.
Coordinator, said it was not appropriate to state that
was walking back the President's comments.
, who previously rejected any move on strategic clarity over Taiwan on the grounds that there would be significant downsides, said the President's remarks speak for themselves Chinese foreign ...
... most important themes for the Republicans is to remind voters that there needs to be checks and balances in order to stop a far-left
from running away with the country.
We've seen what Democrat control of both houses of
and theWhiteHouse has done. We've seen how the far-left socialists such as
and her squad, Senator
have become the big tail wagging the Democratic dog.
ran as a moderate sort of person, but he and his staff ...
... results would be publicized on state TV after further examination by medical experts, said Mehdi Forozesh, director of Iran's Forensic Medical Organization.
National Security Adviser
to US President Joe Biden, said in a tweet Friday that theWhiteHouse is deeply concerned about
was reportedly beaten by Iran's morality police in custody. Her death is unforgivable.
tweeted that we will continue to hold Iranian officials accountable for human rights abuses.
... enforce strict rules imposed since Iran's Islamic revolution in 1979 that required women to cover their hair and wear loose-fitting clothes in public.
spokeswoman said there had to be accountability for
A spokesman for theWhiteHouse
National Security Council said
's death after injuries sustained while in police custody for wearing an 'improper' hijab was an affront to human rights.
TheWhiteHouse is facing pressure on several fronts as it weighs the political ramifications of a shutdown, as the Biden administration struggles to avert a rail strike that threatens to damage the economy.
TheWhiteHouse is facing pressure on several fronts ...
... system. Early Monday,
called Frerichs sister,
, with the news, the official said.
Frerichs, 60, is a civil engineer from Lombard, Illinois, who had been working as a contractor. He is the last U.S. hostage who was on the radar of the
WhiteHouse before U.S. troops left Afghanistan a year ago.
There is no allegation on the public record that
killed Americans, although federal prosecutors said his drug smuggling network did great harm. He once controlled a significant share of the ...
... Whitewater investigation into
, with the probe initially beginning as an investigation into the real estate investments of the
. It also brought into its scope other issues, such as
's scandalous sexual affair with former WhiteHouse intern
The investigation that lasted about five years led to
the U.S. House of Representatives