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Liz Cheney · Wyoming
Cheney says she’s ‘thinking about’ running for president
Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney was increasingly open on Wednesday about considering a 2024 presidential campaign after soundly losing a Republican primary to a challenger backed by former President Donald Trump. Cheney declined to say if she would run for president but conceded it was something that I'm thinking about. The primary results were a powerful reminder of the GOP's rapid shift to the right.See the Story
49% Center coverage: 73 sources
Europe · Washington
US announces $820M in Ukraine aid, including missile systems
The Department of Defense announced $820 million in additional security assistance for Ukraine. This includes an authorization of a Presidential Drawdown of security assistance valued at up to $50 million. The United States has now committed approximately $7.6 billion in security assistance to Ukraine since the beginning of the Biden Administration.See the Story
72% Center coverage: 63 sources
Europe · Washington
Russian national charged with U.S. political influence operation
Aleksandr Viktorovich Ionov is charged with recruiting political groups in the U.S. Ionov allegedly directed them to spread pro-Russia talking points. He also paid for group members to attend government-funded conferences in Russia. The Treasury Department imposed sanctions on Ionov, accusing him of efforts to destabilize the United States.See the Story
59% Center coverage: 44 sources
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Nancy Pelosi · Manila
Blinken: China Should Not Hold Global Concerns 'Hostage'
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says China should not hold hostage talks on important global matters such as the climate crisis. Blinken spoke in an online news conference with his Philippine counterpart in Manila after meeting newly elected President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. Pelosi's trip to Taiwan outraged China, which claims Taiwan as its own territory to be annexed by force if necessary.See the Story
52% Center coverage: 29 sources
Corruption · Washington
U.S. imposes sanctions on three Liberian officials for alleged corruption
President George Weah's chief of staff, the nation's chief prosecutor and the current managing director of the national port authority have been designated by the Treasury Department. Public corruption has been a persistent problem, which has prevented economic development in an otherwise resourceful country of more than 5 million people.See the Story
65% Center coverage: 20 sources
Europe · Washington
U.S. approves $89 million in mine and ordnance clearing aid for Ukraine
The $89 million will pay for 100 demining teams to work in Ukraine for the next year. Russian forces have reportedly booby trapped everything from cars to washing machines to dead bodies. The money will be given to non-governmental organizations to field the teams. No American government personnel will be on the ground in Ukraine.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 16 sources
Europe · Washington
Blinken talks ‘historic opportunity’ for peace in call with Armenia, Azerbaijan leaders
Secretary of State Antony Blinken offered U.S. support for what he called a historic opportunity to achieve peace in the region. The calls followed face-to-face meetings between the foreign ministers of both countries in Georgia on July 16. The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan is a flashpoint of greater power conflicts between Russian-backed Yerevan and Turkish-backed Baku.See the Story
50% Right coverage: 12 sources
G7 Foreign Ministers Joint Statement Concerning CCP Military Exercises and Calls for Ensuring Peace and Stability in the Taiwan Strait - International
The G7 foreign ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America, issued a statement. The statement was released by the High Representative of the European Union. The G7 members reaffirm their shared commitment to maintaining the rules-based international order, peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait and beyond.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Airstrike · Washington
Blinken welcomes cease-fire between Israel, Gaza militants
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Monday welcomed the ceasefire in Gaza. On Sunday, the Palestine Islamic Jihad (PIJ) active in the Gaza Strip announced that it had reached a cease-fire agreement with Israel. Israel also confirmed the Egyptian-brokered deal that ends the Israeli airstrikes and the barrage of Palestinian rockets.See the Story
60% Right coverage: 5 sources
KCPD: Silver Alert requested for 72-year-old woman not seen in two weeks, family concerned for her safety - 4StateNews Middle of the Country - Middle of the Road ⋆ World, National and Regional News Of Interest to the Heart Of America!
Rozena Jackson was last seen on Aug. 5 in the area of East 32nd Street and Montgall Avenue. Police said that although not diagnosed by a medical professional, family members believe Jackson suffers from early stages of a diminished medical capacity. Jackson does not drive, so if she travels, it is typically by bus.See the Story
34% Center coverage: 3 sources
United States · United States
US, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, & Panama Sign MOU
Memorandum of Understanding signed in support of the Eastern Tropical Pacific Marine Corridor. CMAR is a precedent-setting regional ocean conservation effort that spans more than 500,000 square kilometers. U.S. and CMAR countries will work together to strengthen marine governance, maritime security, and marine conservation finance.See the Story