Trump Admits He Tried to Get Ukraine to Investigate Biden
He reportedly pressed the Ukrainian president 8 times to work with Rudy Giuiliani to investigate Biden and his son.
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Egyptians Are Furious Over Corruption Videos — and Demanding Sisi 'Get Out'
“One cannot deny that there is lots of anger and the Egyptian authorities seem shaken by it.”
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Trump's Secret 'Promise' Might Be Connected to Ukraine. Here's What You Need to Know.
The Department of Justice and the White House are trying to stop the release of the full whistleblower complaint about Trump's calls with a foreign leader.
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Huawei’s New Smartphone Is 'Practically Useless' Thanks to Trump's Security Ban
The ban means Huawei can't do business with Google, so the cutting-edge new phone has none of the apps you need.
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North Korea Is Building Its Own Bitcoin
The currency will be “more like bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies,” said the official in charge of North Korea’s cryptocurrency conferences.
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Trump Says Not Attacking Iran Is a Show of Strength
Trump is under fire from hawks in his own party as he waits for Saudi Arabia to decide how the U.S. should respond to a massive oil facility attack.
Iran’s Supreme Leader: No Chance of Talks With the U.S.
President Trump had suggested meeting with the Iranian president next week, after promising the U.S. is "locked and loaded."
Trump Is Convinced Iran Was Behind the Massive Attack on Saudi Oil Facilities
And now Iran is warning it's ready for a "full-fledged" war.
France Took One Look at Facebook's Cryptocurrency and Said, 'Hell, Non'
France has blocked Libra over concerns it could destabilize the French economy by privatizing money and undermining the euro.
Facebook Just Kicked Out Netanyahu's Chatbot for Hate Speech
The Israeli prime minister's campaign was telling Facebook users that Arab politicians "want to annihilate us all.”
Trump's Latest Trade War Win Is Actually a Victory for China
The president claimed credit for a move China had been planning for months, and will benefit Chinese businesses far more than U.S. ones.
Egyptians Keep Sharing These Videos About Government Corruption and There's Nothing Sisi Can Do About It
Millions of Egyptians are enthralled by daily videos uploaded by a former military contractor who accuses President Sisi of large-scale corruption.