I made a G today
But you made it in a sleazy way
A lot of new information has come to light since our last explanatory report on scandals surrounding the Clinton Foundation. It’s time for an update. Here’s everything you need to know about the latest Clinton Foundation scandals, but were too afraid to ask.
Iran has described an agreement to curb its nuclear program as “not acceptable” days after the United States hailed the new framework deal.
President Obama’s foreign policy, he and his allies are constantly assuring us, is totally working. In almost every case, however, it is hard to decipher what the administration’s policy actually is for dealing with a world order that is spiraling out of control. The prevailing strategy seem to be: “We don’t really know what we’re doing and would prefer to just do nothing and hope things get better.” But that probably doesn’t fare too well in focus-group testing. Therefore, the Obama administration has concocted an array of euphemisms to describe its foreign policy positions and the threats we face.
Rep. Ryan Zinke (R., Mont.), a retired Navy SEAL, plans to confront President Obama about his administration’s failure to confront the Islamic State (IS, also known as ISIS or ISIL) when newly elected members of Congress visit the White House.
A campaign to oust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel is coming under fire this week in both Israel and the United States, as questions about its funding sources and supporters mount.