North Korea is announcing a new round of weapons testing. On Sunday, North Korean media confirmed the regime conducted what it called “a very important test” at one of the country’s satellite launching grounds on Saturday.
President Trump is criticizing Fox News for interviewing far-left Democrats with a strong anti-Trump bias. In a Sunday tweet, the president blasted the recent Fox interview with California Congressman Eric Swalwell. He said Swalwell is a loser who got zero percent voter support in his failed 2020 presidential bid.
Iran has released an American graduate student after detaining him for more than three years. Xiyue Wang was released in Switzerland on Saturday following a prisoner swap agreement between the U.S. and Iran. In Saturday morning tweet, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced that “another American is coming home.”
Law enforcement officials from across the country met with President Trump at the White House on Friday. Members of the Fraternal Order of Police said the president has taken initiative, giving them the support law enforcement officials need.
FBI agents are reportedly working to determine if a shooting at a Florida naval base was a terrorist incident. On Friday, officials identified the gunman as Saudi aviation student Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, who was in the U.S. for military training.
Republican senators are calling on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to speed up impeachment proceedings in the lower chamber. In a series of statements Thursday, Senate Republicans slammed Pelosi’s decision to draft articles of impeachment and claimed it’s a “hijacked” process.
GOP lawmakers in Texas are urging Congress to pass President Trump’s long-awaited replacement to NAFTA. On Thursday, over a dozen representatives called on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to bring the USMCA to a vote. They warned that sitting on the bill any further would damage the state’s economy.
President Trump and First Lady Melania lit the National Christmas Tree outside the White House, while participating in the century old tradition at the nation’s capitol Thursday night.
President Trump took a hardline stance on member contributions to the NATO budget amid mounting disagreements over the alliance’s mandate going forward. One America’s Kristian Rouz looks into the matter.