Zelensky admits fear of political shift in US – AP — RT Russia & Former Soviet Union

Words of potential GOP presidential candidates cast doubt over support for Kiev, which “will not win” without it, president said The level of Washington’s aid to Ukraine, which may dwindle after next year’s US presidential election, “worries” Vladimir Zelensky, Associated Press (AP) has reported, after conducting a lengthy interview with the president. “The United States … Read more

GOP Rep Admits ‘We’re Not Going To Fix’ School Shootings

Rep. Tim Burchett (R-Tenn.) managed to shock even the most jaded social media users on Monday with his candid remark on school shootings. “We’re not going to fix it,” he told reporters just hours after a shooter wielding two “assault-style” rifles and a pistol killed three students and three adults at a private Christian school … Read more

US admits to another failed hypersonic test — RT World News

Air force chief Frank Kendall has told federal lawmakers that this month’s launch of an ARRW missile was “not a success” The US Air Force has revealed at least the fourth failed test of a hypersonic missile system made by defense contractor Lockheed Martin, suggesting that it’s more likely to adopt a competing system built … Read more

Trump Lawyer Admits His Client’s Threatening Baseball Bat Post Was A Bad Call

An attorney for Donald Trump acquiesced that a threatening image the former president posted on social media last week targeting Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg was “ill-advised.” On Thursday, Trump posted a photo of himself wielding a baseball bat beside a photo of Bragg with his hands up. The post was later removed. Other menacing … Read more

US general admits to sharing ‘core values’ with coup leaders — RT Africa

Michael Langley insisted only a “very small number” of Africans trained by Washington overthrew their governments General Michael Langley, head of US AFRICOM, appeared to admit that the Pentagon’s “core values,” instilled into tens of thousands of African military officers, were compatible with staging coups as he was grilled during a House Armed Services Committee … Read more

NATO member admits it has exhausted all means of arming Ukraine — RT World News

Prague has already sent Kiev everything it can from its weapons stockpiles, Czech President Petr Pavel says The Czech Republic has already done everything it can to help Ukraine in its conflict with Russia, President Petr Pavel has said. The nation’s capacity to produce more ammunition is limited due to workforce shortages, he added. “We … Read more

Ron DeSantis Admits He ‘Kind Of Likes’ Donald Trump’s Insulting Name For Him

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) claimed he likes one of Donald Trump’s insults about him. Trump has reportedly road-tested multiple derogatory nicknames for his potential 2024 GOP rival. In a preview of a “Piers Morgan Uncensored” interview that will air on Fox Nation Thursday, British media personality Morgan asked DeSantis which he preferred. “Is it … Read more

Jason Ritter leans into being a ‘nepo baby’ and admits late father John Ritter helped him land first acting job

CNN  —  Jason Ritter, the son of the late beloved sitcom icon John Ritter, isn’t afraid to admit his dad helped him land his first acting gig. The “Parenthood” actor played the role of Acorn in the 1991 animated movie “The Real Story of O Christmas Tree” alongside John Ritter, who starred as Uncle Piney. … Read more

US nuclear plant admits to radioactive leak — RT World News

A Minnesota facility disclosed tritium water spill after applying for license extension Authorities in the northern US state of Minnesota revealed on Thursday that a nuclear power plant near Minneapolis had suffered a radioactive water spill amounting to over 1.5 million liters. Xcel Energy, which owns the Monticello Nuclear Generating Plant, is working to clean … Read more

Charlie Baker, new NCAA president, admits ‘tumultuous time’ in college sports

CNN  —  Charlie Baker has been NCAA president for less than two weeks, but he knows he is coming into his role in the governing body of major college sports during a tumultuous time. Baker, most recently the governor of Massachusetts, said his friend Utah Sen. Mitt Romney described the transition from leader of a … Read more