Author archive: TWN

Trump Won’t Cut Weapons Sales to Saudi Arabia as Furor Deepens Over Missing Journalist Foreign Affairs
Trump Won’t Cut Weapons Sales to Saudi Arabia as Furor Deepens Over Missing Journalist
October 12, 2018
by TWN

President Donald Trump on Thursday flatly opposed halting U.S. arms sales to Saudi Arabia in response to a diplomatic furor over a journalist who disappeared after entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, saying a cutoff... Read More

Nervous Democrats Ask: Could Election Day Disaster Strike Again? In The News
Nervous Democrats Ask: Could Election Day Disaster Strike Again?
October 12, 2018
by TWN

It was this week two years ago that Hillary Clinton’s victory looked assured, when the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape of Donald Trump bragging about sexual assault appeared all but certain to end his campaign. Read More

Bipartisan Group of Senators Trigger Global Magnitsky Investigation Into Disappearance of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi Foreign Affairs
Bipartisan Group of Senators Trigger Global Magnitsky Investigation Into Disappearance of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi
October 11, 2018
by TWN Staff

In a letter to President Donald Trump on Wednesday, U.S. Senators Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) and Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), chairman and ranking member of the... Read More

After Category 4 Landfall, Michael Floods Homes, Shreds Roofs and Fuels Outages in Panhandle In The News
After Category 4 Landfall, Michael Floods Homes, Shreds Roofs and Fuels Outages in Panhandle
October 11, 2018
by TWN

Ferocious Hurricane Michael roared ashore east of Panama City with pounding 155 mph winds and a devastating storm surge that flooded beachside towns, shredded roofs, left nearly a half-million people powerless in... Read More

Kanye West-Taylor Swift Feud Turns Political In The News
Kanye West-Taylor Swift Feud Turns Political
October 11, 2018
by TWN

The seventh sign of the apocalypse has arrived. It is not Hurricane Michael, nor is it reports that a rising tide due to global warming will wash us away sooner than expected. And it isn’t the black-is-white absurdity of #HimToo. Read More

The Dirty Side of the Storm: Attack Ads Fly as Hurricane Michael Strikes In The News
The Dirty Side of the Storm: Attack Ads Fly as Hurricane Michael Strikes
October 11, 2018
by TWN

Before Hurricane Michael’s 155-mile-per-hour winds blasted the Florida Panhandle Wednesday afternoon and eventually knocked out the power to thousands of households, scores of voters watching TV for news of the... Read More

At Iowa Rally, Trump Portrays Democratic Protesters as ‘Angry Mob’ In The News
At Iowa Rally, Trump Portrays Democratic Protesters as ‘Angry Mob’
October 10, 2018
by TWN

With four weeks until the midterm election, President Donald Trump whipped up a crowd of about 9,000 supporters here, reiterating his recent claims that Democrats are an “angry mob” intent on “policies of anger... Read More

Help Wanted: Haley’s Exit Leaves White House Without One of Its Best Messengers In The News
Help Wanted: Haley’s Exit Leaves White House Without One of Its Best Messengers
October 9, 2018
by TWN

The departure of Nikki Haley, one of the most polished messengers of President Donald Trump’s policy, will leave a void in a chaotic White House where, after two turbulent years, few officials remain who are trusted by... Read More

With the Midterm Election a Month Away, Trump Seeks to Keep Republican Anger High 2018 Midterms
With the Midterm Election a Month Away, Trump Seeks to Keep Republican Anger High
October 9, 2018
by TWN

With the midterm election now four weeks away and the fight over Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation receding into the past, President Donald Trump and his party have embarked on an effort to keep conservative... Read More

Are Wireless Voting Machines Vulnerable? Some States Say They’re Safe Enough 2018 Midterms
Are Wireless Voting Machines Vulnerable? Some States Say They’re Safe Enough
October 9, 2018
by TWN

October 8, 2018 By Tim Johnson WASHINGTON — Barely a month before midterm elections, voting integrity advocates and electronic voting experts want the federal government to issue an official warning to states that use voting machines with integrated cellular modems that the machines are vulnerable to hacks, potentially… Read More

A #MeToo Moment for India as Nun Speaks Out In The News
A #MeToo Moment for India as Nun Speaks Out
October 9, 2018
by TWN

For two years the nun said nothing, quietly dreading the nights that the stocky, bearded Catholic bishop would spend at her small convent in the southern Indian hills. Early last year she confided in another member of her ... Read More

Capitalism’s Victory in Brazil Proves US Door-Kicking Isn’t Necessary Opinions
Capitalism’s Victory in Brazil Proves US Door-Kicking Isn’t Necessary
October 9, 2018
by Rachel Marsden

What happened to America's obsession with Latin America? During the Cold War, it was pretty much all we ever heard about on the foreign policy front. These days, it's doubtful that U.S. leadership would spit on Latin... Read More

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