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Past articles by Susan:

Critics: Biden Not Using All Resources to Rescue Americans in Afghanistan

Waltz says the military has the ability and resources to conduct Afghanistan rescue missions, but officials aren’t approving enough of them. → Read More

Socialist Label Against Democrats Is a Strategy That Worked

“@JoeBiden will get the 270 [electoral votes] he needs. But the ‘socialist’ attacks worked—while we rolled our eyes,” tweets a veteran campaign strategist. → Read More

As the Counting Continues, the Legal Wrangling Ramps Up

With so many issues available to raise, the legal jockeying could continue for several weeks. → Read More

Key Lawmakers Press Trump Admin to Revoke Iranian Student Visas

Key members of Congress are engaged in a new push to punish Iran for American hostage-taking by revoking visas for relatives of regime officials → Read More

One U.S. Family's Tortuous Battle In Dubai's Sharia Courts

Human rights activists are raising concerns about the United Arab Emirates' new claims of ground-breaking religious tolerance while its legal system → Read More

Trump Warns Maduro to Stop Blocking Humanitarian Aid

President Donald Trump warned of U.S. action against the Maduro regime if he continues to block shipments of humanitarian aid and other assistance. → Read More

GOP Senators to Venezuelan Generals: 'You Have a Decision to Make'

Key Republicans are warning the Maduro government in Venezuela, as well as Cuba, that they could be officially designated as state sponsors of terrorism. → Read More

Conservatives Press OAS to Take Tougher Stand Against Maduro, Cuban Infiltration

The oldest Western Hemisphere regional group is coming under increasing pressure to take more forceful action against Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro. → Read More

Top Lawmakers Urge Pompeo to Ensure Safety of Diplomats in Venezuela

The top Democrat and Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee are urging Mike Pompeo to ensure that the safety of U.S. diplomats in Venezuela. → Read More

Iranian Court Decision on U.S. Hostages Imperils Many Americans

A ruling by Iran's highest court against two U.S. citizens imprisoned there renders a broad category of U.S. citizens more vulnerable to being imprisoned. → Read More

Trump's Colombia Ambassador Pick Remains in Limbo as Chaos Erupts in Venezuela

Foreign policy hands are concerned that Colombia, one of America's strongest allies in the region, is not receiving the attention it deserves. → Read More

Newsom's New 'Water Tax' Poses Test for California GOP

California Republicans are gearing up in an effort to block Democratic governor Gavin Newsom's proposed new tax on drinking water. → Read More

Newsom Ran Digital Ads Testing Presidential Messaging Outside California

Gavin Newsom has said he's not running for president in 2020 but he's still putting out early feelers for a possible 2024 race. → Read More

Dems Who Slammed GOP Over Kavanaugh Attended Trip with Cardenas

Democrats who accused Republicans of whitewashing sexual misconduct allegations against Brett Kavanaugh attended a retreat in PR organized by Cardenas. → Read More

California Democratic Party Staffers Slap Party with Lawsuit

Three current and former staffers for the California Democratic Party filed a lawsuit this week against the party and its former chairman, Eric Bauman, accusing top officials of knowing about his sexual misconduct and tolerating a culture of harassment and discrimination. → Read More

GOP Senators: No Official Travel for Pelosi or Anyone If Budget Deadlines Aren't Met

A trio of GOP senators are pushing a proposal that would bar any congressional travel if Congress can't meet its budget deadlines. → Read More

'Womxn's March' Scrubs Website of Secret Service Agent's 'Leadership'

A women's march in Denver is distancing itself from one of its controversial leaders. → Read More

Judge Blocks Trump Plan to Ask Citizenship Question in Census

A federal judge on Tuesday blocked the Trump administration's plan to put a question about citizenship on the 2020 census. → Read More

San Diego TV Station Accuses AP of 'Fake News' Headline

A San DiegoTV station hit back at an Associated Press report that said it had "backed off" its belief that CNN decided against using one of its reporters. → Read More

Inslee Heads to New Hampshire for Trio of Events

Jay Inslee will travel to New Hampshire as he continues mulling a decision to jump into a packed ring of Democratic presidential contenders. → Read More