Public outrage mounts over a report of the Obama administration letting the Islamic terror group Hezbollah get away with large-scale international crimes. This comes as the Obama White House was yearning for a nuclear deal with Iran.
President Trump approves lethal-arms exports to Ukraine, reversing a previous Obama-era decision. The White House approved the more than $41 million sale of sniper systems, and related equipment to Ukraine Wednesday.
Officials from the Obama administration and other liberal activists are organizing protests in anticipation of the president’s firing of Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
The United States vetoes a United Nation vote to stop the American embassy move to Jerusalem. U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley voted down the resolution Monday after it was presented during a Security Council meeting. The failed resolution would have made the U.S. rescind it’s declaration of Jerusalem as the capital city of Israel.
By Daniel Wiessner
The State Department is under fire for its decision to allow then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to shield records from being made public by simply labeling them as “private.” On Thursday, a Freedom of Information Act request filed by Judicial Watch revealed the documents bringing forth the so-called private records.
The Federal Communications Commission votes to repeal net neutrality rules. The agency voted three-to-two on party lines Thursday on Capitol Hill.
A top Republican senator expands his investigation into the Obama-era Uranium One deal. Wyoming Senator John Barasso says the Obama administration misled him about Uranium One’s ability to move nuclear fuel out of the U.S.
The release of five prisoners from Guantanamo Bay is now on hold under the current administration. Reports claim the detainees were cleared to return home by Obama-era policies as part of efforts spearheaded by the former president to close Gitmo.