- A police report about the death of former Russian press minister, Mikhail Lesin, who died from blunt force injuries in a DC hotel in 2015, was just made public.
- Although his death was ruled accidental, many have speculated that Lesin was assassinated.
- The heavily redacted document said that Lesin was drunk, and that security guards in the hotel saw him “stumbling drunk” hours before his death.
Continue reading New details are coming out about the mysterious death of a former top Vladimir Putin aide in a DC hotel
Opposition is growing in the Arab world to an expected announcement by Donald Trump that the US will recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Reports say the president will make the statement this week but will further delay acting on a campaign pledge to move the US embassy to the city.
The head of the Arab League, Jordan and the Palestinian president have warned of the consequences of a declaration.
The city’s fate is one of the thorniest issues between Israel and the Arabs.
Continue reading Jerusalem: Opposition to mooted Trump Israel announcement grows
This is the biggest development in the Trump-Russia story yet.
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn agreed to a plea deal with prosecutors in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe. It’s the biggest development yet in the investigation into potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia — and the legal move that poses the most direct threat to the Trump presidency itself.
Continue reading Michael Flynn has signed a plea deal with Robert Mueller. Trump should be very worried.
US President Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to promise he will make a “major statement” from the White House upon his return to Washington, DC.
Trump is heading home today from the Philippines, the final leg of his two-week tour of Asia.
Continue reading Donald Trump trails ‘major statement’ on return to White House from Asia tour