The Belgorod – a huge 600ft Russian nuclear submarine – has left its base in the White Sea and may be going to test its Poseidon doomsday device, a NATO warning note has said.
The moves were noncontroversial and came amid a flurry of military confirmations finalized late Thursday afternoon.
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U.S. Army Major Dr. Jamie Lee Henry, who came out as the first openly trans officer on 2015, is accused of betraying the military and country he serves by working with his wife Dr. Anna Gabrielian, an anesthesiologist at Johns Hopkins, to give medical records to Russia on patients at Fort Bragg and Hopkins, according…
Utah County Sheriff Mike Smith Back in July, Utah County Sheriff’s office announced that County Attorney David Leavitt and his wife were subjects of a child sex abuse investigation approximately 10 years ago involving ritualistic sexual abuse. Dozens of victims stepped forward at the time to make allegations against at least 15 members of the…
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A U.S. Coast Guard crew conducting a routine patrol in the Bering Sea spotted three Chinese and four Russian naval vessels operating off the coast of Alaska on Sept. 19, officials said, adding that the Chinese and Russian vessels were all sailing in a single formation. According to a press release published on Monday, the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Kimball crew first encountered a Chinese guided missile cruiser, Renhai (CG 101), sailing roughly 75 nautical miles north of Kiska Island, Alaska. A Coast Guard Cutter Kimball crewmember observing a foreign vessel in the Bering Sea, September 19, 2022. (U.S. Coast
‘We have been sending this homework assignment for years, and you’re the only one complaining about it’
Apparently, Democrats have the power of gods and can halt major meteorological occurrences. Or, at least, that’s what Minnesota Democrat Senator Amy Klobuchar is telling us. During an interview on MSNBC, Klobuchar was spiking the football over the climate change bill they recently passed. You know, the one that they initially billed as something that […]
Well there’s another conspiracy put to rest.
The National Archives issued a blanket ‘warning’ on cataloged documents, cautioning readers against ‘racist, sexist, misogynistic, and xenophobic opinions.’