Israel will be opening a border crossing with Gaza—at the request of the United States—for the first time since the war with the Hamas terrorist group started. Authorities will screen and inspect humanitarian aid going into Gaza at the Kerem Shalom border crossing. Hunter Biden is facing nine new criminal charges. It’s the second criminal […]
Roger Simon’s analysis highlights the strikingly similar political stances among the four GOP contenders, revealing how their differences are mere nuances—a reflection of what Freud termed the “narcissism of small differences.”
Former President Donald Trump was back in court Thursday for his New York civil fraud trial. He again criticized New York Attorney General Letitia James before entering the court to watch a witness testify for him. The House has voted to censure Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.) for falsely pulling a fire alarm in a Capitol […]
Looking ahead to the GOP primary debate, an examination was made of some of the latest developments among the candidates. NTD spoke with Roger Simon, Director of ‘The Presidential Rollercoaster: 2024′ on EpochTV, for his take.
Former Speaker of the House, Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), says he is planning to leave Congress at the end of the year. The Justice Department has charged four Russian nationals with war crimes related to the invasion of Ukraine. The indictment marks the first-ever use of the U.S. war crimes statute against Russia-affiliated military personnel. […]
Presidential candidates have mostly steered clear of discussing healthcare reform due to its sensitive nature, with worries about the benefits system potentially running dry in a few years. However, many GOP candidates have recently adopted more assertive stances on the issue. This shift coincides with May polling data from the Kaiser Family Foundation, revealing that […]
FBI Director Christopher Wray argued Tuesday morning that the FBI must continue collecting data on foreigners outside the United States who pose a threat to national security. He’s asking Congress to renew Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. The United States was forced to close a port of entry in Arizona on Monday […]
Argentina says it won’t join the intergovernmental organization known as BRICS—which comprises Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. That’s despite Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping sending a personal letter to Javier Milei, Argentina’s president-elect. NTD spoke with Epoch Times Brazil editor-in-chief, Marcos Schotgues, to get his insight on Argentina’s new path forward. “BRICS […]
John Kerry, a special climate envoy, announced that the U.S. has entered a new climate pact aimed at closing down all coal plants, aiming for their complete phase-out by 2030. NTD interviewed David Blackmon, an energy writer and policy analyst to gather his perspective on the recent development.
Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) says he thinks the House has enough votes to formally launch an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden—without support from any Democrats. He said the evidence against President Biden is “so clear you cannot look away.” North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum is no longer running for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination. […]
In a case that alleges weaponization of the government, pro-life organizations Obria Group and Obria Medical Groups Pacific Northwest are suing the attorney general of Washington state over what they say is an unconstitutional and unlawful investigation into the organizations’ privileged records and materials. The groups say they’ve been singled out because of their speech […]
NTD spoke with Rabbi Yaakov Menken—the managing director at the Coalition for Jewish Values—for his take on the moral landscape facing Israel and the global community, and how other countries should evaluate their attitudes toward what is the only democracy in the Middle East. What are the ethical responsibilities of the global community in the […]
The House voted to expel Rep. George Santos on Friday morning. The New York Republican is facing 23 federal charges, including financial fraud and making false statements. He’s the first representative un U.S. history to be expelled without a conviction. A court has ruled that former President Donald Trump can be charged in civil lawsuits […]
As the rate of respiratory illness among Children in China soars, a protest movement spurred by the lockdowns and intensified repression by the Chinese Communist Party during the COVID-19 pandemic marks one year since its inception. The ‘White Paper’ movement saw protesters in China and abroad holding up white pieces of paper in dissent against […]
The House is expected to vote on Friday on whether or not to expel Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.), who faces charges of corruption and of misusing campaign funds. CDC Director Dr. Mandy Cohen is testifying before a House Commerce subcommittee on how she can restore public trust in her organization before the upcoming winter flu […]
Amid a surge in people on the terror watch list at the southwest border, recent measures by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, like reducing port entry processing, aim to address the heightened concern of potential threats or terrorists crossing into the country. The agency’s shift towards virtual processing of immigrants, reported by the Daily Caller, […]
House Speaker Mike Johnson says he fully supports the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden. House Republicans announced that they have created a website to present all relevant information on the investigations into the Biden family’s business dealings. A former Black Lives Matter leader explained Tuesday why he’s endorsing former President Donald Trump for president. […]
An unprecedented number of NYPD police officers are leaving the force as crime continues to soar. According to The Epoch Times, more than 2,500 officers have resigned just this year. That includes a 100 percent increase (since 2020) in officers leaving the force before they reach the 20 years required to receive their full pensions. […]
Hunter Biden agreed Tuesday to testify before the House Oversight Committee—but on the condition that it’s a public hearing. The House GOP is probing the business dealings of President Joe Biden and his family. Former President Donald Trump is planning to take the stand in his own defense in the New York civil fraud trial. […]
The recent adjustments in Hamas’s stance regarding the ceasefire, aiming for its extension, align with President Joe Biden’s call for a prolonged ceasefire. NTD interviewed Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean at the Simon Wiesenthal Center, regarding the importance of the United States’ influence in the ongoing conflict.
The growing popularity of libertarian ideology is evidenced by the recent election of leaders in the Netherlands and Argentina who embrace Libertarian views. Argentina’s president-elect Javier Milei has even been likened to the Netherlands’ president-elect, Geert Wilders. NTD spoke with Epoch Times contributor Roger Simon, Author of “American Refugees” and the Director of “The Presidential […]
Israel and Hamas have agreed to extend the cease-fire-for-hostages agreement by two more days, according to a spokesperson for Qatar’s Foreign Ministry. The fourth group of hostages from the original deal is expected to be released Monday. Americans are remembering Rosalynn Carter as a three-day tribute to the former first lady begins. A note of […]
China has not condemned Hamas’s Oct. 7 attack on Israel, but its presence in the Middle East may be shifting international dynamics. NTD spoke with economic and national security analyst Antonio Graceffo to take a look at China’s role in the Middle East, and what it could mean for power dynamics there and further abroad.
The first group of hostages taken by Hamas has been released as the fighting came to a temporary halt this morning. The released hostages include 13 Israelis, 10 people from Thailand, and one Filipino citizen, according to Qatari and other officials. A widespread outbreak of ‘undiagnosed pneumonia’ cases is sweeping China, and it’s mainly affecting […]
The cease-fire between Israel and the Hamas terrorist group will begin on Friday morning. Qatar’s foreign ministry spokesman said the first group of 13 civilians will be released at 4:00 p.m. local time. New Yorkers have gathered in Manhattan for Macy’s 97th Thanksgiving Day parade. Marching bands, floats, performers, and giant balloons ushered in the […]
The Army is asking unvaccinated soldiers to come back and at the same time, troops who were discharged over the COVID-19 vaccine are suing the government for billions in Lost Wages. They want back pay, restoration for damages, and to get their benefits back. Retired Lt. Col. Darin Gaub, an international military strategist about the […]
Amid rising tensions on college campuses, a speech by Newsweek’s senior editor-at-large, Josh Hammer, was interrupted by protesters. NTD spoke with him earlier about this event and the broader climate on college campuses now.
Israel and the Hamas terrorist group have agreed to a four-day ceasefire starting at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday morning local time. The deal will see Hamas release 50 Israeli hostages in exchange for 150 Palestinian prisoners held by Israel. Those released by both sides will be women and children. Millions of Americans are traveling for […]
Argentina’s president-elect Javier Milei campaigned on promises of drastic changes to save the country from an economy spiraling out of control. Chief among them was cutting spending and government agencies. NTD spoke with the director of “The Presidential Rollercoaster: 2024” on EpochTV, Roger Simon, about Mr. Milei’s background and campaign promises.
A new NBC News poll shows President Joe Biden trailing former President Donald Trump among young voters. NTD spoke with Epoch Times reporter Janice Hisle, who’s been following this and other election stories closely.
The army is now turning to a new source of possible recruits—unvaccinated former soldiers. After the military previously kicked out soldiers who refused to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Modern toys could pose new threats to children. A consumer watchdog report cites microphones, cameras, location trackers, and other features. One of former President Trump’s co-defendants could […]
The New York Supreme Court on Nov. 17 dismissed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the isolation and quarantine procedures the state established during the COVID-19 pandemic, saying the Republican lawmakers and the advocacy group that brought the case lacked standing to sue. The suit was originally filed in April 2022 against Gov. Kathy Hochul […]
Transgender issues involve a complex network of relationships between children, their parents, and medical and mental health professionals. A novel term, “Transhausen by Proxy,” is arising as a play on Münchausen syndrome to characterize a phenomenon in this field.” NTD recently spoke with Darlene Sanchez, an Epoch Times reporter who has extensively covered this topic.
Former President Donald Trump is appealing the gag order placed on him in his federal election interference case. The Washington D.C. circuit court heard oral arguments Monday. The United States still has privacy concerns about TikTok, according to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen. House Republicans are continuing the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden. Former Speaker […]
In South Carolina—Robert F. Kennedy Jr.—reiterated his vow to be on the presidential ballot in every state and in Washington. A New York Times/Sienna poll shows Mr. Kennedy Jr. making gains and leading President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump among voters under 45 in six battleground states. NTD spoke with Epoch Times reporter […]
NTD spoke with the Founder and President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers—Reggie Littlejohn. She previously led the international effort to free blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng and has testified eight times at the United States Congress and before other governments around the world too. Ms. Littlejohn spoke on the nature of the CCP and what […]
Former Brooklyn Assistant Attorney General and retired FBI agent Mark Ruskin shares insights on the recent developments in the civil fraud trial against former President Donald Trump. With the temporary lifting of the gag order and President Trump’s legal team pushing for a mistrial, Mr. Ruskin analyzes the significance of perceived bias, the behavior of […]
Some TikTokers have been praising a letter written by Osama bin Laden after the 9/11 attacks. GOP Presidential candidate Nikki Haley is using the phenomenon to restate her call for a TikTok ban. Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) is facing a fresh effort to expel him from Congress. The House is expected to vote on the […]
Embattled Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) has said he won’t run for reelection in 2024. His announcement came shortly after the House Ethics Committee released a report detailing “additional uncharged and unlawful conduct” by him. A pro-Palestinian protester, Loay Abdelfattah Alnaji, has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of Jewish man Paul Kessler during […]
A fresh bill is coming to the Senate following the House’s approval of its “laddered” continuing resolution. Senators are expected to support it, and President Biden has signaled his intention to sign it, preventing a government shutdown—at least for the moment. NTD spoke with Vance Ginn, former Chief Economist at the Office of Management and […]
Former President Donald Trump is requesting a mistrial in his civil fraud case in New York. In another case, Hunter Biden has asked a judge to subpoena Trump and three others. The United States has sent some $2.5 billion in aid to Afghanistan since the chaotic withdrawal in 2021. The money is supposed to go […]
The Biden administration is rolling out new tools to address antisemitism and islamophobia in schools. It includes guides for preventing acts of hate and ‘listening sessions’ with educators, and it builds on recent actions by the White House, including assisting with law enforcement on college campuses. NTD spoke with Roger Simon, the director of the […]
Tens of thousands are expected in Washington on Tuesday for a rally denouncing the recent rise in antisemitism and supporting the release of hostages held in Gaza by the Hamas terrorist organization. Former President Donald Trump’s campaign is pushing back against rumors about what he would do if elected for a second term. Some reports […]
A continuing resolution might be in a new format with staggered or “laddered” deadlines. House Speaker Mike Johnson floated the idea in the hopes of avoiding the holdups that come with trying to pass an omnibus spending bill. NTD spoke with Epoch Times political reporter Lawrence Wilson, for insights.
The Los Angeles Community is reeling after the deaths of four police officers by suicide within 24 hours, all from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. NTD spoke with Lt. Steven Rogers, a Retired New Jersey Police Detective, for a deeper look at the state of the force and what could be driving such tragedies. […]
Former President Donald Trump’s eldest son is returning to the stand in his father’s New York civil fraud trial. Donald Trump Jr. is back in court Monday as the first defense witness. The House of Representatives could consider a vote this week to impeach Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas. In the U.K., former Prime […]
As China continues building its military force and making threatening moves in the air and sea near Taiwan, the U.S. is shifting its strategy in Indo-Pacific security. President Biden recently signed off on an $80 million grant to Taiwan to buy American military equipment. And it’s putting a new emphasis on ground troops for Pacific […]
A recent study indicates that pandemic lockdowns have raised ADHD rates in 10-year-old children. The University of Copenhagen in Denmark’s research noted that children predisposed to the condition due to their genetics showed a “notable rise” in diagnoses following the pandemic. To discuss this and more, NTD spoke with the president and founder of the […]
Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) says the judge in former President Donald Trump’s New York civil fraud trial holds a clear bias against Mr. Trump. She filed a judicial ethics complaint against him Friday morning with the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct. President Biden and Chinese regime leader Xi Jinping have confirmed a meeting […]