Islamic radicals appear to be winning in the latest parliamentary elections in Iran, which may pose a problem for U.S. national interest moving forward. Meanwhile, the elections also revealed rising domestic dissent in Iran. One America’s Kristian Rouz explains.
A new ad by Democrat hopeful Mike Bloomberg accused Bernie Sanders of taking several pro-gun stances during his time in the Senate.
This week has been filled with major headlines in the U.S. and around the world. One America’s Rachel Acenas takes us through the top stories in our Week in Review.
President Trump said he has confidence China’s president Xi Jinping will solve the coronavirus problem.
Authorities in California have been searching for a man they said is tied to a triple-murder earlier this week. Police on Thursday issued a warrant for 33-year-old deportedwho had reportedly been deported from the U.S. twice before.
The success story of American energy independence is largely known, but many Americans are facing a new threat from foreign countries who do not wish the U.S. to attain energy independence. That’s according to One America’s Jack Posobiec who sat down with an expert to learn more.
A peace deal between the U.S. and the Taliban is set to be signed at the end of the month. A senior Taliban official confirmed Monday both sides have finalized the agreement and it will be signed following a seven day period of reduced violence.
White House officials appeared to have suspicions about the accuracy of China’s reporting of coronavirus cases. According to a report Saturday, the U.S. did not have high confidence in the information coming from China regarding the number of those affected by the disease.
Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelensky said he’s ready for his next phone call with President Trump. During an interview with CNN Friday, he stated he’s willing to speak with the United States President again if it will help Ukraine.