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The Biden administration has approved a USD 450 million F-16 fighter jet fleet sustainment programme to Pakistan The US move, first major security assistance to Islamabad in 4 years, is to help Pakistan meet current and future counterterrorism threats In 2018, Trump had suspended security aid to Islamabad for failing to clamp down on the Afghan Taliban and the Haqqani Network terror groups
An unprecedented search conducted on the premises of former US President Donald Trump earlier this week in Florida The FBI agents were looking for documents relating to nuclear weapons, according to The Washington Post report The report was neither denied or confirmed by the US Justice Department, which oversees the FBI
Trump seeks Immediate release of the federal warrant The Justice Department's request is striking because such documents traditionally remain sealed during a pending investigation During his successful 2016 campaign, he pointed frequently to an FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton, over whether she mishandled classified information
Former President Donald Trump repeated the false election claims that sparked the January 6 insurrection His former vice president, Mike Pence, implored the Republican Party to stop looking backwards The former president was clearly not ready to move on, adding "It was a catastrophe that election. A disgrace to our country."
This puts the court at odds with a majority of Americans who favoured preserving Roe, according to opinion polls Thirteen states, mainly in the South and Midwest, already have laws on the books that ban abortion in the event Roe is overturned Another half-dozen states have near-total bans or prohibitions after 6 weeks of pregnancy
House investigators are making the case to the US public in a prime-time hearing that the violent insurrection by Trump's supporters should not be forgotten The committee plans to look at how Trump pushed his false claims of widespread fraud and how it eventually prompted the violence at the Capitol They argue that his lies prompted far-right extremist groups like the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers to jump into action