President Joe Biden, off to an emergency NATO meeting Wednesday, warns of a “real threat” from Russia. Is it likely that Putin will us chemical weapons against Ukraine?
The FBI warns that Russia is exploring options for cyberattacks targeting the United States. Does Russia have the ability to shut down our power grid, and what would the consequences be for us if they did? To find out more, we’ll hear from a film producer who’s been working on an in-depth documentary about the vulnerability of our electric power grid.
Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson is facing her final day of questioning today, and the heat has only gone up. What did she say about abortion, gender, and illegal immigrants?
House Republicans this week are gathering in Florida to get on the same page and finalize their party’s top priorities. They’re keeping in mind they should be prepared in the case that they take back the House majority later this year.
The United States has now officially declared that Russia has committed war crimes in Ukraine. We look at what those war crimes are and hear Congressman Buddy Carter’s thoughts on the issue.
Moderna is coming closer to gaining FDA approval to vaccinate America’s youngest—babies, toddlers, and teens. The company released information on its child vaccine study.
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