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Right-wing media is excited that the Durham investigation has finally issued a report for them to be excited about. And just like with Hunter Biden’s laptop and crime in the Biden family, the headline is more exciting than the actual details. Read more»

The special counsel criticized the FBI for being unable to corroborate the Steele dossier, which detailed allegations about Trump and possible ties to Russia, while using it as a basis to secure approval for surveillance of the campaign.

A federal special counsel has determined the Justice Department and FBI rushed to investigate potential ties between Russia and Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign based on weak intelligence, and “failed to uphold their important mission of strict fidelity to the law.” Read more»

A rally for peace in Ukraine, outside the White House on February 27, 2022. Three days earlier, Russia began a large-scale attack on Ukraine, with explosions reported in multiple cities and far outside the restive eastern regions held by Russian-backed rebels.

As some in the Republican Party call for halting aid to Ukraine, other GOP members of Congress are doubling down on supporting the war-torn nation and even criticizing the Biden administration for not doing enough. Read more»

Former President Donald Trump eventually pardoned his 2016 campaign chair, Paul Manafort, after Mueller's investigation led to Manafort's conviction of eight financial crimes. Manafort's ties to Deripaska are well documented.

Prosecutors accuse a former top FBI counterintelligence agent of having performed opposition investigations on behalf of a Russian oligarch whom Robert Mueller name-checked repeatedly in his report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Read more»

Some tribes, such as the Navajo Nation, have formed their own utilities to build infrastructure and control cost and rate structures.

Significant changes are underway that have the potential to create a more sustainable world, and two key systems that drive the world’s economy – energy and finance – are starting to shift toward sustainability. Read more»

I’m extremely happy that Brittney Griner is coming home after spending the past eight months in a Russian prison for bringing vape cartridges containing less than a gram of cannabis oil into the fascist country. Vladimir Putin made Griner his political prisoner. Read more»

Cherelle Griner, the wife of Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner, smiles as she talks to President Joe Biden following the WNBA standout’s release.

As many celebrated the news of Brittney Griner’s release Thursday, others addressed the conditions of Russian penal colonies, raising questions about the lingering impact that could have on the WNBA star. Read more»

Griner was released in exchange for the release of Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout, nicknamed 'the Merchant of Death.'

U.S. basketball star Brittney Griner has been released from Russian custody in a prisoner exchange after being sentenced to nine years in Russian prison for smuggling illegal drugs into the country. Read more»

After hitting an all-time high of $5.388 a gallon in June, gas prices in Arizona have been falling steadily and Thursday they dipped below $4 a gallon for the first time in months.

The average price for gas in Arizona fell to $3.99 a gallon Thursday, the first time in months it has been below $4 - a sharp decrease from the record high of $5.388 hit just two months ago - a surge in price largely driven by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Read more»

Between 1970 and 2022, almost 2 million Jews emigrated – mostly to Israel, but also in the hundreds of thousands to the U.S., Canada and Germany.

Russia’s Justice Ministry is threatening to dissolve the Russian branch of the Jewish Agency for Israel as political repression and economic uncertainty have prompted emigration from Russia - raising alarms among people who see it as turning back the clock. Read more»

Brittney Griner was arrested at an airport near Moscow after customs officials found two cannabis vape cartridges in her baggage.

A Russian court on Thursday sentenced Brittney Griner, a WNBA basketball star and Houston native, to nine years in prison for bringing less than a gram of cannabis oil in vape cartridges into the country. Read more»

Brittney Griner was arrested at an airport near Moscow after customs officials found two cannabis vape cartridges in her baggage.

The Biden administration has offered a deal to Russia to bring home Brittney Griner, a WNBA basketball player facing a trial on drug charges, and Paul Whelan, another American held in Russia, in exchange for Viktor Bout, a Russian arms trafficker. Read more»

The chasm between Russia and the West grew even wider Tuesday after Moscow announced an unexpected large reduction in natural gas flows to the European Union and said it will withdraw from the International Space Station in two years. Read more»

The mural shows, from right, Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner, held in Russia and the only woman depicted; Emad Shargi, held in Iran; and Luke Denman and Alirio Zambrano, both detained in Venezuela. They are some of the 18 Americans shown in the mural.

A mural unveiled in the Georgetown section of Washington features 18 Americans who are being held hostage or have been wrongfully detained overseas - including Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner - in the hope of keeping a spotlight on their cases. Read more» 1

Sunday marked the 150th day since Brittney Griner’s incarceration in Russia after officials said they found the Phoenix Mercury star traveling with vape cartridges containing a banned substance (hashish oil) at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport. On Friday, Griner’s lawyer gave the Russian court a U.S. doctor’s letter that recommended her to use medical marijuana for any pain symptoms.

Sunday marked the 150th day since Phoenix Mercury star center Brittney Griner’s incarceration in a Russian jail after officials said they found vape cartridges containing a banned substance (hashish oil) at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport. Read more»

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