Free Beacon Adam Kredo

Adam Kredo is senior writer reporting on national security and foreign policy matters for the Washington Free Beacon. An award-winning political reporter who has broken news from across the globe, Kredo’s work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, the Weekly Standard, Commentary Magazine, the Drudge Report, and the Jerusalem Post, among many others. His Twitter handle is @Kredo0. His email address is

Biden Admin Outsources Congressionally Mandated China Threat Report to Undergrads

'This report is literally the opposite of adults being back in charge,' Ted Cruz says

January 24, 2024

How Biden’s Menthol Cigarette Ban Could Line Terrorists' Pockets

Proposal would create booming black market for Hamas and Hezbollah, Sen. Cotton warns

January 22, 2024

Scandal-Plagued Iran Envoy To Teach Yale Course on Israel-Palestinian Conflict

Robert Malley on leave after allegedly mishandling classified info

January 19, 2024

Biden Houthi Sanctions Include Carveout Allowing Lucrative Energy Deals With Terror Group

Critics say exemption neuters sanctions meant to choke off Iranian proxy’s resources

January 19, 2024

'Bait and Switch': Biden Decision To Water Down Houthi Terror Designation Draws Outrage

Federal statute does not criminalize support for the terrorist group or force banks to seize assets

January 17, 2024

American University Hit With Federal Complaint Over ‘Rampant and Pervasive Anti-Semitism’

Jewish students spit on, harassed, persecuted by university students and administration

January 17, 2024

World Economic Forum Invites Iranian Foreign Minister to Elite Confab

Hossein Amir-Abdollahian a ‘card-carrying member’ of IRGC terror group

January 15, 2024

Multibillion-Dollar Afghan Fund at Risk of Being Stolen by Taliban, Watchdog Warns

Biden admin placed $3.5 billion in a fund that has made no disbursements and lacks safeguards

January 12, 2024

Chinese State Media Promote Pro-Hamas Propaganda

Communist-controlled outlets accuse Israel of targeting civilians and hindering the delivery of humanitarian aid

January 9, 2024