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What’s the Deal With Parler and its Rising Popularity?

Examining the “free speech”–centric, far right–friendly alternative to Twitter. The  basic idea of Parler is an awful lot like Twitter. But instead of  tweets, users post “Parleys”. Instead of retweets, there are “echoes.” [...]

Protests Rock Russian Far East With Calls for Putin to Resign

MOSCOW — Tens of thousands of people protested in Russia’s Far East on Saturday in a rare display of opposition to President Vladimir V. Putin in the country’s vast hinterland, chanting “Putin Resign” and demanding the release [...]

2020 election roundup with Ohio Dem party chair David Pepper

In today’s UnPresidented Podcast, we talk Election 2020 with David Pepper, Chairman of the Ohio Democratic Party and author of the new political thriller, “The Voter File.” You can listen to the entire interview below. We talk to David [...]

Mexico’s President and His Lopsided Relationship With Trump

Before heading out for his first state visit to the United States, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the firebrand president of Mexico known for excoriating his foes in long-winded tirades, made a surprising promise to his people. He vowed [...]

Japan Flooding Deaths Rise to 58, With More Rain on Horizon

For more than a week, Japan has been battered by floods driven by torrential rains, spurring widespread evacuations and the deaths of at least 58 people by Wednesday. Many people remained missing. Tens of thousands of troops, police [...]

Envoy says US ready to resume talks with North Korea

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) – President Donald Trump’s point man to North Korea said Wednesday that the U.S. administration is ready to resume stalled nuclear negotiations despite the North’s repeated claims that it has no immediate [...]

Why Mexico’s president is buddies with Trump despite years of insults

*/ ]]> President Donald Trump for years has insulted Mexicans with his promises to build a border wall to keep out migrants, criminals, drugs and, most recently, the coronavirus. But that’s not stopping Mexican President Andrés [...]

Hiroshima and Nagasaki revisited, with author Greg Mitchell

In today’s UnPresidented podcast, we interview an old friend, prolific author and former editor of Editor & Publisher magazine Greg Mitchell, here to talk about his new book: “The Beginning or the End: How Hollywood―and America―Learned [...]

Ex-Air Force employee charged with stealing $774K

GREENBELT, Md. (AP) – A Maryland man who worked as an Air Force travel coordinator has been indicted on charges that he stole more than $ 774,000 in government funds. Monday’s federal indictment in Maryland charges Eddie Ray Johnson [...]

Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Moves Forward With D.C. Event

In North Carolina, the governor vetoed efforts by lawmakers to reopen skating rinks, bowling alleys and amusement parks. In Alaska, new workplace clusters are emerging, social distancing is on the decline and contact tracers are overwhelmed. [...]